Article | The Coolest Things Ever Found With A Metal Detector

Published by Business Insider, written by Shlomo Sprung, Friday 20th July, 2012, You may laugh or scoff when you see an old man on the beach using his metal detector, but there have been some pretty incredible finds over the years. The first recorded use of the metal detector was in 1881, when Alexander Graham Bell tried to…

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Code of Practice for Responsible Metal Detecting in England and Wales | Beginners Guide |

You can download for free the National Council for Metal Detecting (NCMD) Code of Practice here Or below is the Portable Antiquities Scheme Code of practice for responsible metal detecting Being responsible means: Before you go metal-detecting Not trespassing; before you start detecting obtain permission to search from the landowner/occupier, regardless of the status, or perceived status,…

Article | Rowe Column: Digging for gold can pay off

Published by Nevada Appeal, written by Allen Rowe, Sunday 20th May, 2012 In the last few years, we have seen a trend of resourceful people out digging. We have seen an increase in miners, metal detectors, pickers, and people just digging through their possessions for something to sell. This trend has become so big that there…

Article | Roman coins haul discovered in Staffordshire

Source: Express & Star [May 18, 2012] Roman coins more than 2,000 years old have been discovered in Staffordshire in what experts described today as a significant find. The silver coins were unearthed by metal detecting enthusiast father-of-three Scott Heeley, from Hednesford. – Taken from Article Click the image below to read further:        …