This month's contents include:
Striking Saxon Gold – In this second article, Chris Kutler uses a very ingenious raking technique to scour the site of his previous Saxon gold coin finds, with impressive results.
Hunting the Hoard – Mike George enlists the help of a digger to excavate the site of a Roman hoard.
Let’s Get Hammered – Gary Blackwell shares some tips on how to improve your chances of finding those elusive hammered coins.
Chasing Rainbows – Denise Moncaster and her trusty Laser Rapier manage to unearth another great selection of interesting finds.
Celtic Coin Values – Details and sale prices of beautiful Celtic coins sold recently by Chris Rudd Auctions.
A Bowl of Saints – An unusual object unearthed by Roger in a Hertfordshire field turns out to be a very rare 13th century cremation bowl.
In Search of Giants – Derek Tait investigates the history around some of the most famous chalk drawings spread across the UK and researches metal detecting finds nearby.
The Enigmatic Moustache – Mounts, pommels or chapes? Andy Goldson examines the origins of these copper-alloy moustaches.
Musket Balls to Figurines – Gary Malloy turns his lead dross finds into art.
Auction Round-Up – A selection of lots sold at TimeLine Auctions’ recent sale.
News and Views – Some great finds and fascinating research are featured this month, including stunning gold coins, a very rare Bronze Age sickle and a most unusual hoard.
Reader Finds A round-up of some of our readers’ recent finds.