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Having been involved in the hobby of metal detecting or treasure hunting since the early 1970s I have a good idea of the problems metal detectorists face. A couple of years ago I asked a large group of detectorists what their biggest problem was with regards to the metal detecting hobby. I have to say the results didn’t particularly surprise me. One..

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THE SECRETS OF SITE RESEARCH FINALLY REVEALED…
Now you can quickly learn how to put your metal detector’s search-coil in the right place every time.
Find productive sites
If nothing much ever happened where you search, then all you can expect your finds bag to contain is — nothing much. So to bring home the finds you need to search..

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For over five decades, I've been immersed in the captivating world of treasure hunting, and I've always been driven by a single burning question: How can I unearth more treasures in less time? Not that I lack patience or fail to savor the thrill of the hunt itself; it's just that finding more, and doing so faster, undoubtedly paves the way to success...

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How to Clean, Conserve, Repair, Restore, Replicate, Store, Photograph and Display Metal Detecting Finds For Fun And Profit

You have worked hard to recover your finds, the last thing you want to do is to throw them in a drawer and leave them to corrode to dust, for if you don’t take a few basic precautions that is what could happen. I know..

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Don't miss this fantastic new opportunity to find a fortune. David Villanueva, shows how you can use modern cameras to quickly and easily locate buried and hidden treasure from a distanceThere is nothing new about the discovery that buried metals give off an aura that can be captured by certain cameras. Louis J Matacia has been promoting a certain Polaroid..

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Metal detecting is a very rewarding hobby in more ways than one. Just swinging a detector on a warm sunny day in pleasant surroundings is a real pleasure in itself. Not only is there the prospect of making a major find in amongst the interesting coins and artifacts you will uncover but the hobby's many benefits include anticipation of the unknown, collecting,..

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The purpose of this book is to not only provide a brief history of European coins but also to assist with identification. As an avid reader of the metal detecting press, time and again I see imported coins regularly dismissed as tokens. Whatever your interest in coins it is worthwhile getting to know about coins within and outside your own country or..

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The find of a lifetime starts with obtaining search permission or legally avoiding that obligation.

Where can you legally search without permission? How do you find the landowner to ask for search permission? How do you persuade the landowner to give their permission? These are the questions on the lips of many participants in the hobby,..

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This illustrated guide to spoons has been produced for finders, collectors, family historians and anyone interested in spoons from earliest times to the nineteenth century. The book is basically divided into three sections: the first covers the development of spoons, particularly silver, from earliest times; the second covers old base metal spoons and..

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Whether they ever functioned as a Manor, Bedfordshire boasts an impressive display of Mansions, homes of nobility and gentry, built at vast expense, presenting a rich variety of architecture, most previously surrounded by landscaped gardens. Not so many Manor Houses these days are the homes of a single aristocratic family, but many have survived through..

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While I would never turn down the opportunity of metal detecting on any land, as nobody knows what might have been lost or buried anywhere in the past, if we habitually search sites where nothing much ever happened then usually our find bags will contain nothing much! Site research not only results in more and better quality finds but also provides..

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While I would never turn down the opportunity of metal detecting on any land, as nobody knows what might have been lost or buried anywhere in the past, if we habitually search sites where nothing much ever happened then usually our find bags will contain nothing much! Site research not only results in more and better quality finds but also provides..

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THE PROVINCIAL TOKEN-COINAGE
Coins traditionally contained the value of the metal they were made from, less a nominal amount for the monarch and mint master and could only be produced by Royal decree. By the sixteenth century the penny and its fractions had been reduced in size by inflation becoming inconveniently small to manufacture and use...

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Did your ancestor leave an heirloom? In Europe, for well over one thousand years many people from all walks of life have been putting their names and other personal details on a variety of metal objects, to identify or be identified and to advertise trades or professions. In addition the crown, the armed forces and civilian institutions increasingly..

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While I would never turn down the opportunity of metal detecting on any land, as nobody knows what might have been lost or buried anywhere in the past, if we habitually search sites where nothing much ever happened then usually our find bags will contain nothing much! Site research not only results in more and better quality finds but also provides..

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DOWSING for TREASURE: THE NEW SUCCESSFUL TREASURE HUNTER'S ESSENTIAL DOWSING MANUAL reveals secrets known only to a few amazingly successful treasure hunters.

If you want to find all the treasure you can handle — gold, silver, coins, jewels or anything else you call treasure — real fast. And if you want to find all this treasure without..

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While I would never turn down the opportunity of metal detecting on any land, as nobody knows what might have been lost or buried anywhere in the past, if we habitually search sites where nothing much ever happened then usually our find bags will contain nothing much! Site research not only results in more and better quality finds but also provides..

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Metal detecting is easy -- you only need to put the search head in the right place to make great treasure finds
The less easy part is deciding where to put the search head! Research will help the decision but even then you will probably be detecting a very large area of land with a pitifully small search head. Conventional wisdom says that you..

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While I would never turn down the opportunity of metal detecting on any land, as nobody knows what might have been lost or buried anywhere in the past, if we habitually search sites where nothing much ever happened then usually our find bags will contain nothing much! Site research not only results in more and better quality finds but also provides..

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While I would never turn down the opportunity of metal detecting on any land, as nobody knows what might have been lost or buried anywhere in the past, if we habitually search sites where nothing much ever happened then usually our find bags will contain nothing much! Site research not only results in more and better quality finds but also provides..

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The mystery of Patent and Design numbers is finally revealed.

Metal detectorists, archaeologists, field walkers and collectors invariably come across items sporting Registered Design marks or numbers and Patent Numbers, which can date back to the Victorian period. Regardless of their lack of antiquity, these finds can be very interesting,..

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Treasure hunting is one of the few hobbies that can actually cost you nothing to take part but potentially bring you a fortune. Terry Herbert, the finder of the Staffordshire Saxon hoard received half of £3.28 million for basically a few hours enjoyable work with an old metal detector he bought for £2.50. But money is not the only reward; this fascinating..

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Over more than two thousand years, literally many millions of coins and metal artifacts have been lost, mislaid, or buried on land and in water. Armed with a metal detector you can find your share and armed with this book you can make your share much larger.
All places you might search are not equal and if you habitually search places where nothing..

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If you habitually search where nothing much happened in the past then you can expect nothing much in your finds bag. The key to finding where people lived, worked and played in the past, and lost metal objects, is research. The traditional way of research is to start with your local library (or the library nearest your area of interest) and once you..

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