Detectorist from Lancashire finds Medieval badge

By Maev Kennedy, The Guardian, Monday 20th June 2011

 

Kennedy once again reports how Metal Detecting has added to British history. King, a member of the South Ribble metal detecting club, found a silver badge of one of St Ursula’s companions’ plaque at the end of April in a field some miles from his home in Walton-le-Dale

 

“A scrap of twisted silver found a few weeks ago by a metal detector in Lancashire will take its place among masterpieces of medieval art at the British Museum”

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