This month's contents include:
News and Views – A round-up of this month’s news and stories from the world of metal detecting, including news from the NCMD, a detecting dog and several mysterious items that readers might be able to help identify.
Detecting for Veterans – Jason Massey’s article explains the great work his charitable group does, together with testimonials from just some of the many people it has helped so far.
Coinage in Anglo-Saxon England – In this latest article of the series, Richard Kelleher looks at the coins of Coenwulf of Mercia.
The Mask of Oceanus – Rossen Iantchev finds a rare Roman mount resulting in a full archaeological excavation of the site.
The Detectorist’s Secret Weapon – Gary Blackwell reminds us that confidence can be key.
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 January.
Metal Detecting in Denmark – Andres Dobat reports on the successful relationship fostered between detectorists, archaeologists and museums in Denmark.
Bishop in the Boot – Spare time during lockdown led Steve Saunders to discover that a medieval monumental brass had been hiding in his junk box for three years!
A Family Reunion – Willie Scott researches a plaque he found in Scotland and returns it to the family.
The Great Treasure Hunting Riots of 1904 – Derek Tait explains how an unusual detecting find from Plymouth leads back to a newspaper competition from over a century ago.
More Detecting up the Dale – Barrie Hardwick continues his searches in the beautiful countryside of Weardale.
Competition – Win a Quest Q60 metal detector.
Silver Hoard and Solo Gold – Mike George and his friend Danny Wright find a hoard of Roman denarii on a new permission.
Thank You for Sharing – Donna Martin shares some of the responses, information and identifications she has received based on her previous articles.