This month's contents include:
News and Views – This month’s selection of metal detecting news and
stories includes some very rare finds (some of which we need your help to
identify!), as well as two Roman silver hoards and a ring found on a US
Minelab Manticore – Adrian Gayler takes a first look at this new machine
and interviews Minelab’s Chief Engineer, Mark Lawrie.
The Peckham Hoard – David Callow unearths a hoard of Anglo-Saxon gold
coins on his permission in Kent.
Finding Roman Villas and Farmsteads – Part 2 – In this second
article of the series, Julian Evan-Hart looks at some of the natural features in
the landscape that might be clues to locating Roman settlements.
My Favourite Field – Fraser Bailey’s productive permission yields more
hammered coins to add to his already impressive total, including a
previously unrecorded Anglo-Saxon sceatta.
Celtic Coin Values – Details and sale prices of Celtic coins sold recently by
Chris Rudd Auctions.
My Orcadian Treasure Hunting Saga – Read Kevin Critchlow’s amazing
tales of detecting on Orkney over the past decade.
Reader Finds – A glorious pictorial summary of some of our readers’ recent
Autumn and Winter Wanderings – Alison Harrington had injuries, storms
and cows to contend with, but still managed to make some wonderful finds
on various club digs.
A Silver Hawking Vervel – Dave Baker finds a beautifully engraved
hawking ring with his Minelab Equinox 800.
Auction Round-Up – A selection of lots sold at TimeLine Auctions’ recent