This month's contents include:
‘Moat Larking’ the Tower of London Jason Sandy shares his amazing experience of metal detecting in the moat of London’s famous landmark.
The Most Famous Penny in the World In the first of a new series of articles from the coin specialists at Spink, Gregory Edmund tells the story of how a gold penny found in Devon came to be sold at auction for over £500,000.
Gary’s XP Skill School – Part 2 Gary Blackwell looks at some more features of the new XP Deus II.
Expect the Unexpected After the frustrations of lockdown, Alison Harrington finds that good things come in pairs.
Celtic Coin Values Details and sale prices of Celtic coins sold recently by Chris Rudd Auctions.
Halcyon Days of the Celts Lloyd Roberts and his friend Peter Cockton strike Celtic gold on their Welsh farm permission.
Not Another Button! In Part 3 of Gordon Bailey’s fascinating series, he looks at the 18th century, known as the golden age of buttons.
A Hobby of True Discovery Whilst out detecting with his dad, Chris Phillips unearthed an unusual statuette on his Wiltshire permission that has even the experts at the PAS stumped.
Tele-Knox Product Review Adrian Gayler reviews the latest accessories for the Minelab Equinox from Detecting Innovations.
Auction Round-Up A selection of lots sold at TimeLine Auctions’ recent sale.
News and Views This month’s selection of metal detecting news and stories from all over the UK includes both Roman and Bronze Age hoards as well as extremely rare Iron Age finds from Scotland.
Reader Finds A glorious pictorial summary of some of our readers’ recent finds.