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The Falmouth Roman Coin Hoard

The Falmouth hoard of approximately 600-1000 roman bronze coins of the 3rd & 4th Century AD was found on farmland near Falmouth while ploughing on the 18th April 1865. This small parcel from the hoard was formally in the possession of the late Lord Stewartby (MP) who studied the find and wrote the following article.

A rare opportunity to acquire a coin from an interesting 19th century treasure find. View Coins for Sale

The Martock Hoard

21st July 2012. On a typical British summer morning two metal detectorists headed for a ploughed field near the village of Martock on the edge of the Somerset levels. They had targeted the field due to it being near the famous Fosse Way Roman road and on previous visits found evidence of Roman occupation so there was a sense of excitement as they headed down the green country lanes. Matthew & Paul are father and son and had been detecting for 25 years so knew a thing or two about reading fields and picking the best areas to search. This was certainly the case on this day. More information | View Coins for Sale

The Vine Leaf Hoard (AKA The Chawton Hoard)

Found by metal detectorists during spring 2012 on farmland in Chawton, Hampshire the hoard consists of 105 gold staters in total, 98 of Verica, 6 of Epaticcus and 1 of Cunobelin. More information

The Winterbourne Stickland Hoard

Discovered in summer 2013 by two avid metal detectorists, the finding of the Winterbourne Stickland hoard is an exciting event and one which most metal detectorist’s dream of, only a lucky few are involved in such an event. More information

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