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This month's contents include: 

For King and Empire – Paul Shrubb recounts how Chris Knowles found a silver war badge on his Kent permission and, after a lot of research, managed to return it to the family.


Can an Artefact Be Cursed? – Denise Moncaster wonders whether a medieval lead amulet could be to blame for her recent run of bad luck!


The Cheddar Brooch – Read Iain Sansome’s account of finding an amazing Saxon brooch in Somerset.


Crotals, Rumblers, Peas and Ringers – Julian Evan-Hart explores the different types of bells popular with detectorists.


Celtic Coin Values – Details and sale prices of Celtic coins sold recently by Chris Rudd Auctions.


Identifying and Researching Roman Finds – In this third article of the series, Richard Henry looks at 5th century Roman coins and examines how, why and when coins were clipped.


A Two George Hoard – Pete Knight finds a gold and silver hoard in the Cotswolds with his Minelab Equinox 800.


Ancient Discoveries – Has Ronan Dyke discovered a previously unknown prehistoric and Roman settlement in North Wales?


The Rosary Ring – Darren Carr’s unusual lead rosary ring is now proudly displayed in a new museum in County Durham.


Auction Round-Up – A selection of lots sold at TimeLine Auctions’ recent sale.


News and Views – This month’s selection of news and stories from around the world of metal detecting includes several really rare and unusual coins, a beautiful silver Viking stirrup mount and a possible meteorite.


Reader Finds – A glorious pictorial summary of some of our readers’ recent finds.