Metal-detector rookie set for £460,000

The Independent, Published Friday 15th October 2010 The Independent reported how a fledgling detectorist found artefacts of probable worth of up to £460,000. The find consists of two ribbon torcs – a local style of jewellery made from a twisted ribbon of gold – half an ornate torc of southern French origin, and a unique…

Roman silver coins go on display in Warwick

The BBC, Published on 6th July 2011 The hoard, which dates back to 190 BC, will be on display from Saturday as the museum in Market Square, Warwick. “A Roman pot containing 1,146 silver denarii coins was found by a man using a metal detector in a field on Edge Hill in the county.” Click…

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Viking Treasure Found In Furness

Evening Mail. First published Thursday, 30th June 2011, Published by http://www.nwemail.co.uk A Viking hoard of 92 silver coins and artefacts has been found in Furness by an anonymous detectorist. “The 92 silver coins and artefacts – among them ingots and one near-complete silver bracelet – were discovered and brought to the surface in May by a…