Accumulated wealth in the form of money or jewels etc.(noun)
WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.
Use "hoarded wealth" in a sentence
"Nor was it Æsopic, evidently Æsop inherited the hoarded wealth of ages."
"How little this moral truth seems to be considered in a country like ours, where art is quite overlooked in the system of government, and where the hereditary owners of hoarded wealth rest content, as a rule, with the canvases acquired by some ancestor on a grand tour at a date when Puritan England had already obliterated perception; so that frequently a few chefs d'oeuvre and many daubs are hung indiscriminately together, giving equal pleasure or distaste for art."