While on a book tour with Alan Caprison who portrayed the role of the male protagonist of her newest romance-adventure novel, widowed author Loretta Sage was kidnapped by billionaire Abigail Fairfax. Read along to see if you can find the Lost City on banknotes.
Fairfax strongly believed that the story was based on actual research that her late archeologist husband discovered. To help him interpret the ancient map that leads to the “Crown of Fire” treasure before a volcano erupts over it. Loretta is forcibly taken by Fairfax to an island where the lost city is known to be found.
The Lost City: Synopsis
Secretly in love with her and to show that he can also be a hero in real life too, Alan came to rescue Loretta. But the Crown of Fire turned out to be the hiding place for a queen. The queen grieves for her husband, rather than a monument. The treasure they were looking for was not made of precious jewels but of seashells. The king collected seashells as a sign of his undying love for her queen.
The lost city that holds the legend treasure is said to be found on an Atlantic island. The South Atlantic Ocean was first crossed by plane by Portuguese naval aviators Gago Coutinho and Sacadura Cabral, from Lisbon, Portugal to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
On the obverse of this Mozambique 1,000 Escudos banknote from 1972 reflects a portrait of along with the Portuguese coat of arms. On the obverse of the banknote are the two navigators in an open cockpit. They are celebrating the first aerial crossing of the South Atlantic in 1922.
Gago Coutinho also appears on the obverse of the Portugal 20 Escudos banknote issued by the Banco de Portugal in 1978. The reverse of the note shows the Biplane Fairey IIID-MKII “Lusitania” which was the first seaplane that boarded the aviators. The note’s reverse also reflects a map, a compass, and the Belem Tower. The tower is near the naval air station where the journey started.