From "America's Lost Treasure"

Suddenly, the same monitors that had revealed nothing but colorless ocean terrain for weeks now appeared to be painted a brilliant gold. These weren't bricks, but ingots everywhere...stacked on the bottom like brownies...stacked like loaves of bread...spectacular gold bridges of gold ingots piled on top of timbers and spread over the ocean floor. Then, a little farther along, we found piles of coins, heaped in towers and seemingly spilling into frozen waterfalls. The coins in this part of the shipwreck, which we named the "Garden of Gold," were spread amid the wreckage, stretching beyond Nemo's lights into the blackness of the sea.