Treasure hunters find coins, rings at Pismo Beach after fireworks

  By Nancy Chen, Ksby.com, Published Tuesday July 5th 2011 Nancy Chen reports how Mr Gil Rivera and a team of metal detectors sifted the sand of Pismo beach, after a fireworks event, to find lost treasure. “As tens of thousands of people left local beaches after fireworks shows Monday night, a whole new crowd headed the opposite…

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…

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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…