This month's contents include:
News and Views – A look at this month’s news and stories from the world of metal detecting, including a unique Saxon gold and crystal pendant, a matching pair of silver clog clasps found several years apart and an enormous Roman lead ingot.
Henry VIII’s Crown Jewel? – Read the fascinating story of Kevin Duckett’s amazing find of a gold and enamelled figurine and the subsequent research leading him to suspect it may have come from the crown of a Tudor king.
More Finds from the Manor – David Stuckey returns to his Georgian manorhouse permission and also gives an update on the reconstruction of a Roman mortarium bowl.
Unearthing a Rare Crotal Bell – Brian Goodsir-Thompson unearths a crotal bell complete with maker’s mark from Suffolk woodland.
The Flower and the Wheel – Ian Malthouse is in a race against time to recover as many finds as possible from one of his permissions before new tenants take over.
Reader Finds – A round-up of some of our readers’recent finds.
Celtic Coin Values – Details and sale prices of some of the beautiful Celtic coins sold by Chris Rudd Auctions in November.
My A-Z of Detecting – The third part of Alison Harrington’s alphabetical tour of all things metal detecting.
Field Test – Mars Gauss MD – Chris Brooks takes a look at the new Gauss detector from coil manufacturer Mars.
Further Forays – Bob Hall unearths a host of interesting objects, including many military items from his permission near Birmingham.
Returning Rewards – Adam Faulkner showcases some of the many finds he has made with his XP Deus, including an excessively rare Celtic silver unit.
Auction Round-Up – A selection of lots sold at TimeLine Auctions' recent sale.