Article | £276,000 research project to unlock the Staffordshire Hoard’s secrets

Published by The Sentinel, Monday 9th July, 2012 THE secrets of the Staffordshire Hoard are set to be unlocked by a major research project. A £276,000 grant from English Heritage will allow the hoard’s 3,500 items to be properly catalogued for the first time. – Taken from Article Click the image below to read further:    …

Article | Silver and gold discovered among record £10million Jersey hoard of coins

Published by The Mail Online, by Anthony Bond, Monday 9th July, 2012    Silver and gold has been discovered by experts working on the record £10million coin hoard that was discovered in Jersey last week. The haul contains between 30,000 and 50,000 Celtic coins and was discovered by metal detector enthusiasts Reg Mead and Richard…

Competition to win FREE Teknetics Goodies

Good Afternoon! Our new Facebook Competition has begun. Win a FREE Teknetics goodies Our Current Competition: Competition Started Sunday July 1st 2012 12:00am (UTC boundary time) Competition Ends Tuesday 31st 2012 4:30pm (GMT) RULES 1. Like Regton Ltd on Facebook 2. Contribute through posts, comments and likes. 3. Receive points for the quality of your…

Article | After decades lost, a ring returned

Published by The Post Review, written by Derrick Knutson on Wednesday 13th June, 2012 Vana Scheele showed off her 1965 class ring which was buried on Clayton Anderson’s property near Hwy. 95 and Co. rd. 14. North Branch resident John Peterson unearthed the ring while metal detecting on Memorial Day. Photo by Derrick Knutson When North Branch…

Article | Caseyville man enjoys the hunt of metal detecting

Published by StLToday, written by Valerie Schremp Hahn, Wednesday 20th June, 2012.   It’s a history lesson, a treasure hunt, a nature encounter and Christmas morning all rolled into one. And to “coinshooters” like Brent Halwachs of Caseyville, nothing beats the bleeps and bloops of a metal detector. Because those sounds signal something: Possibility. “It…

Article | Roman coins find prompts dig to uncover Newton Abbot Roman settlement

Published by The Herald Express,  Friday 22nd June, 2012. EXCAVATIONS to uncover what is believed to be a major Roman town in the heart of South Devon are set to take place this summer. The major archaeological dig is planned for rural Teignbridge, on the outskirts of Newton Abbot, after a chance find of ancient coins (pictured)…

Two Articles on the Bronze Age Axe Head

Bronze Age relic found on Wigan farmland Published by Wigan Today, Thursday 28th June 2012 A STUNNING Bronze Age axe-head has been unearthed in Wigan. Edwina Abbott, who owns Fir Tree Farm in Billinge, never imagined that historian Stephen Hickling would find a 4,000-year-old relic when she agreed to let him search its acreage with his…

Articles | Celtic Coin Hoard

We have collated below three articles regarding the recent find of Celtic coins. ————————————————————————————————————————————————– So, Reg, how did it feel to find £10m? One man and his mate spent 30 years searching  for a hoard of hidden silver. JANE FRYER hears how they finally struck lucky Published by Daily Mail, written by Jane Fryer, Saturday…