News and Views – A round up of this month’s news and stories from the world of metal detecting, including several stunning gold rings, a mysterious enamelled disc and a scattered Roman hoard.
Identifying Medieval Coins – In this first article of a new series, Carl Savage explains what to look for to identify English Short Cross coins.
Hammered Hoard Happiness – Brian Gray and his friend Michael uncover a hoard of hammered pennies near Alnwick.
A Tale of Three Parts – Chris Lawson’s new permission in Lancashire produces many coins and artefacts, including an amazing medieval reliquary pendant.
Minelab Multi-IQ Technology – In this fascinating article, Craig Allison explains how Minelab’s new multi-frequency technology works and how it differs from traditional VLF detectors.
Flints, Fossils and Fortunate Finds – John Keen shares his love of the many flints he has found whilst metal detecting, plus some other treasures he has collected along the way.
Reader Finds – A showcase of some of our readers’ recent finds.
Casting Bronze Axe-Heads – Ian Bailey takes us through the process of casting replicas of two Bronze Age axe-heads he found last year.
Toil and Stubble – Alison Harrington fights her way through the stubble to make many interesting finds.
Auction Round-Up – A selection of lots sold at TimeLine Auctions’ recent sale.
My Detecting Journey – Ian Harrison talks about detecting with his dad and some lovely finds made in the North West of England.
The Thrill of Gold Coins – Julian Evan-Hart presents a selection of beautiful gold coins, covering a period of approximately 2150 years, found by readers of Treasure Hunting.
Club Round-Up – Some of the best items on the finds tables around the country this month.