treasure trove

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Synonyms for treasure trove

treasure of unknown ownership found hidden (usually in the earth)


any collection of valuables that is discovered

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Rachel Gilbertson, owner of The Treasure Trove, in Crosby, pictured with some of the items sold in her shop.
Director General of Nexus Bernard Garner said: "It's been five years since the last Metro lost property auction took place so we've got a real treasure trove of lost property.
Department of Cultural Resources think that the Queen Anne's Revenge itself is a treasure trove - a unique repository of history from centuries ago.
The Archaeological Department officials headed by director Chenna Reddy launched the treasure hunt on Sunday morning in the premises of a private school opposite the state secretariat in Hyderabad, after a group of nine people, including an official of Coal India Limited, Rama Raju, made a representation that a treasure trove worth Rs200 billion (Dh14 billion) was hidden there.
At the treasure trove inquest at Leamington Spa Town Hall, coroner for Coventry and Warwickshire Sean McGovern heard it was a "very significant find".
Included in the price: Return flights from East Midlands Airport Return transfers from airport to hotel Seven nights bed and breakfast accommodation, staying at the 3* Hotel Delle Palme (or similar), in a twin bedded room with private facilities Services of a tour manager It's an ideal base from which to discover the stunning Amalfi coastline, the beautiful Isle of Capri It offers visitors a treasure trove of delights and is an ideal base for sightseeing, with ancient Pompeii, the Volcano Vesuvius and the breathtaking Amalfi Drive all within easy reach.
MOTOWN legend Smokey Robinson is to perform his treasure trove of hits for a new generation of Scottish music fans.
The landmarked building is a veritable treasure trove of American history and world class art and architecture.
LANCASTER -- Sheriff's deputies responding to a tip about a theft at a Lancaster homeless encampment last week found a treasure trove of alleged lawbreakers living in makeshift homes.
Finding Lost: The Unofficial Guide is a treasure trove of insights and foreshadowings revealed about the pop culture sensation that is the hit television series "Lost".
The photographs, drawings, and descriptions "form a treasure trove for understanding the places where students have learned and professors have taught," says CIC President Richard Eckman.
Actor John Carlyle is known primarily as the sometime lover of Judy Garland, but his book Under the Rainbow: An Intimate Memoir of Judy Garland, Rock Hudson and My Life in Old Hollywood (Carroll and Graf) is more than a kiss and tell: It's a treasure trove of gay Tinseltown secrets.
When they meet the young bookseller William Ireland, who claims to have discovered a treasure trove of some of the Bard's original documents, including a "new Play," they are enchanted with the idea.
With over 600 options, ranging from projects that take a few minutes to long-running activities over the course of a month, The Giant Encyclopedia Of Monthly Activities is a near-inexhaustible treasure trove of clever ideas.
Hutchinson also argues convincingly that most critics of her day missed Larsen's analysis of the complexities of racism, and how she used interior dialogues in her writing to reveal a treasure trove of information about the psychology of racism and its effects on the intimate lives of women.
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