A couple who found a reserve of gold coins going back over 400 years is set to get a payout of about $300,000.
They were captivated to find a ceramic cup around the size of a Coke can when they lifted the deck of the eighteenth century building.
They didn't understand they had been living more than a store worth $290,000 (£250,000) for the previous decade until experts inspected its items.
A George I guinea with a mint misstep from 1720 is the star of the bartering.
The coin, which highlights two "tail" sides as opposed to a ruler's head, is expected to sell for $4,636 (£4,000).
A Charles II guinea dated 1675 that has the ruler's Latin name incorrectly spelled as CRAOLVS as opposed to CAROLVS is assessed to be valued at $1,738 (£1,500).