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After fleeing Nazi Germany in 1938, Jewish banker Martin Sulzbacher stashed a hoard of 162 valuable American gold coins with his brother, Fritz, who was living in the London borough of Hackney at the time. Sadly, Fritz and other family members perished when their home sustained a direct hit from a German bomb during The Blitz. The coins, however, survived and were discovered in two batches. Around 82 were unearthed in 1952. Then, in 2007, homeowners digging a garden pond found the remaining 80 coins. Those coins sold at auction. Sulzbacher's heirs shared the proceeds and opted to use the money to reward both the local historian who made this reunion possible, as well as the individuals who discovered the coins. The whereabouts of the first set of coins remains unknown.

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