August 2019

A less than spectacular dig for me today out by Yeovil, except for two small triumphs 😀 The first was within 10 feet of the car when I got a lovely signal which turned out to be a George V 1931 “Oak Leaf” Silver Three Pence coin (50% silver content). Only…

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Whilst fieldwalking on Deverel Down, between Winterborne Whitechurch and Milborne St Andrew, I went to have a look at the walled Deverel Round Barrow.  This was excavated by W A Miles in 1824 when it measured 54 ft diameter and 12 ft high. Despite the Barrow having a Bronze Age…

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I was invited to join Midweek Searchers who were metal detecting at a site near Waterlooville. I found nothing spectacular despite telling Sharon, the Admin on the gate, that I was going to find gold today… There actually was some found, a Celtic Gold Stater, but somebody unkindly found it…

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