Roman coins discovered by metal detector

Published by Kent Online, Wednesday 11th January 2012 “Two hoards of Roman coins have been discovered by a metal detector from Kennington. Father-of-two Joe Rainsbury, 43, of Bybrook Road, has had two sets of bronze and silver coins found on farmland near Ashford sent to the British Museum for analysis.” – Taken from Article Click…

Courthouse adds metal detector

Published by The Times Dispatch, Shantelle Prater, Staff Writer. “The Lawrence County Courthouse recently installed a new walk-through metal detector, a Garrett PD 6500i, for added security in the courtroom.” – Taken from article Click the image below to read further:                                …

Anyone think metal detecting is sad now?

Published by lep.co.uk,  Saturday 17th December 2011 “A father-of-three has had the last laugh after a Viking hoard he found was officially declared treasure. Darren Webster, 39, from Silverdale, is now hoping the silver coins and jewellery will be bought by a Lancashire museum.” – Taken from Article Saxon and Viking Books for metal detecting…

Two medieval brooches discovered

Published by Selby Times,  Saturday 17th December 2011. “RARE finds of two medieval brooches were revealed as treasure at a coroner’s hearing on Tuesday. Sitting on a Treasure hearing at Selby Magistrates’ Court, Coroner Rob Turnbull said the two items, both livery brooches, were discovered at separate locations in Beal and Stillingfleet.” – Taken from…

Archaeologist hopes to find truth behind historic home.

Published by mdjonline.com, Geoff Folsom, Friday 23rd December 2011 “Archaeologist Garrett W. Silliman is investigating the history of the Pace House in Vinings off Paces Mill Road. He has used a metal detector to find Civil War artifacts and marked where he had ‘hits’ with small orange flags on the ground. Geoff Folsom” – Taken from…