March’s Best Finds

As we enter another month, it’s safe to say that March has been another fantastic months of finds, so in keeping with the last couple of months, here’s our round up of the best finds from our community. If your find didn’t feature, have no fear! Keep uploading your best finds to our Facebook and Twitter pages for the chance to feature in next month’s edition…

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Introducing the Minelab GPZ 7000

Looking for gold has never been easier, thanks to the new Minelab GPZ 7000 Gold Detector and its revolutionary technology. This extraordinary machine can detect tiny nuggets buried deep underground – up to 40% deeper than its deep-seeking predecessor, the Minelab GPX 5000.

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Changes Over Four Decades

I’ve been detecting for a little more than 35 years now, and often reflect back to the days when I first started (though I shan’t disclose which machine I used because that’s just too embarrassing). I fell in love with the hobby as soon as I took it up, and still feel the same way today. I also laugh at some of my early antics. Read more of this post

Imprints From The Past

Like many of us do, I sometimes stumble upon curious things when out detecting. Pottery fragments and other ceramics are always interesting – even more so after I’ve cleaned them at home with my specs on! Read more of this post

To Be A Hoard, Or Not To Be A Hoard

Many people have found collections of buried coins, all over the world. Here in the UK, such finds have been dated as far back as Celtic times. Large quantities of coins discovered in a single or several pots are classed as ‘hoards’. Read more of this post