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Your Search For The Best Metal Detecting Vacation in England Ends Here! 

 

We have over 20 years of metal detecting experience in one of the most archeologically rich counties in England, Norfolk (North Folk) England. 

Our Metal Detecting Vacations in England offer an extremely high potential for finds, expert advice for the novice to seasoned metal detectorist and a personal touch from the minute you arrive in England and until the minute we return you for your departure back home, We will make Treasure Hunting England a pleasure!

 

What we offer:

  • Stress free transportation from arrival to departure 
  • Luxury 4 star hotel with free Wifi in scenic Norfolk, England
  • Personal tour guide who was born, raised and lives in Norfolk county
  • Daily transportation to/from the fields, And the Minibus stays in the field, Handy if heavy rain comes our way!
  • Best potential for finds from Bronze Age, Celtic, Roman, Anglo Saxon, Viking, Medieval & later periods
  • Access to more than 29 historic farms covering over 10,770+ acres of ancient soil and growing every month!
  • Many of our sites have never had a metal detectorist's footprint on them
  • Excellent track record of finds as shown in our exciting gallery & previous tour group feedback pages
  • On site expert to identify finds as they come up to keep you focused on hot spots
  • Table & chairs provided with tea and coffee and ice served through the days detecting right in the field
  • 10x Digging spades (28 1/2 Inches long or 73cm) and 2x high end detectors provided if needed - on first come first served basis

Please click here to find out more on how to book an exciting metal detecting experience.

 

Some Of The Top Treasure Finds.

 

Four Gold Ring On March 2014 Trip.

All To Be Considered Under The treasure Act.

 

Tudor Ring With Ruby (Found By Trond)

Will Be Considered As Treasure.

 

Extremely Rare Saxon Penny Of Beornwulf Of Mercia, Dates to 823-825 A.D, With Blundered Legend And Moneyer Eadgar.

Found By Trond.

It Will Need Straightening............ Professionally.  

 

  

 

Roman Gold Ring With Garnet (Found By Robbie R)

 

 

Disclaimed As Treasure By The Museum & Returned To Finder, Picture Below After straightening.

 

2000 Year Old Iron Age Celtic Chariot Linch Pin (Found By Andrew G)

 

 

 

Also Drawn By The Museum.

Top View Of Linch Pin

 

10th/11th Century Enamelled Viking Cloisonne Brooch (Found By Chris H)

 

 

10th/11th Century Solid silver Winchester Type Saxon Strap-end (Found by Lowell R)

 

Rare Anglo Saxon Coin Brooch (Found By Greg O)

 

Also Drawn By The Museum.

 

Aethelred 2nd Helmet Type Penny (978-1016) Moneyer Leofstan, Minted Norwich (Found By Frank A)

 

 

Anglo Saxon Solid Silver Mount, 12.3 Grams & Dates To 9th Century (Found By Bud B)

 

 

Some Of Our Treasure finds Hit The Newspaper Headlines

(Saxon Mount & Two Fused Together Iceni Coins)

Inquest was held Wednesday 7th August 2013.

Two Fused Together Celtic Iceni Crescent Moon Silver units (Found By Mike M)

Solid Silver & Gold Gilt Tudor Cap Hook (Found By Mike R)

 

 

Norfolk Wolf Full Gold Stater, Dates to Mid to late 1st Century B.C (Found By Jim C)

 

Unique Anglo Saxon Sceat, Varieity of QIE Type 67B Sceat, Dates to 710-760 A.D (Found By Gary K)

 

Harold 2nd Norwich Mint Penny, Dates to 1066 (Found By Bud B)

 

 

Queen Victoria Gold Sovereign, Dated 1864 (Found By Brad J)

 

 

George 3rd Gold Guinea, Dated 1775 (Found By Mike M)

 

Queen Victoria Gold Half Sovereign, Dated 1877 (Found By Gary K)

 

George 3rd Gold Third Guinea, Dated 1797 (Found By Buzi)

 

Edward 3rd Gold Half Noble, Dates to 1351-77 (Found By Viking Joe)

 

Anglo Saxon Series C Sceat, Dates to 680-710 (Found By John L)

 

Celtic Norfolk Wolf Full Gold Stater, Dates to Mid to late 1st Century B.C (Found By Mike R)

 

Henry 5th Gold Half noble, Dateds to 1413-1422 (Found By Mike R)

 

Medieval Silver Ring Brooch, Dates to 14th Century (Found By Gary K)

 

Rare Henry 6th Mule Halfgroat, Annulet obv, Pinecone-Mascle Reverse, Dates to 1433 (Found By Gary K)

 

William 1st Two Stars Penny, Dates to 1066-87 (Found By Linda C)

 

Anglo Saxon Plumed Bird Sceat, dates To 695-740 A.D (Found By Mike R)

16th/17th Century Solid Silver Seal Showing "Lamb Of God" (Found By Bud B)

 

Please View "Tour Finds Galllery" Under Galleries heading for more finds found on the tours.