This month's contents include:
News and Views – This month’s selection of news and stories from around the world of metal detecting includes finds of Bronze Age axe-heads and a gold torc, as well as a very unusual Anglo-Saxon cushion brooch.
The Gainsborough Oak – Julian Evan-Hart searches for metallic history around the base of this iconic oak tree in Suffolk.
Field Test: XP Xtrem Hunter – Gary Blackwell tries out the new twin box deep-seeking machine from XP.
Reader Finds – A glorious pictorial summary of some of our readers’ recent finds.
Finally Back Out – Fraser Bailey makes some great finds including what could be a previously unrecorded type of Anglo-Saxon sceatta.
Finding a Silver and Gold Hammered Hoard – Read Darren Searle’s account of how he and his detecting partner Rod found an amazing hoard on their Gloucestershire permission.
Bronze Age Hoard in Poland – Lucasz Jablonski finds more than he’d bargained for whilst hunting for First World War relics in his native Poland.
Celtic Coin Values – Details and sale prices of Celtic coins sold recently by Chris Rudd Auctions.
Rally Reminiscences – David Villanueva looks back at his experiences over 35 years of attending metal detecting rallies.
Still Not Quiet on the Weston Front – James Lomas tries out his new Minelab Equinox 900 on his Hertfordshire permission, with impressive results.
Auction Round-Up – A selection of lots sold at TimeLine Auctions’ recent sale.
Product Review: ArteSeal Kit for Conserving Finds – Adrian Gayler tests this conservation grade acrylic lacquer on a selection of his finds.