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The Treasure Hunter's Handbook: Britain's Buried Treasure - And…

by Brian Grove

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0749925876, Paperback)

Who hasn't dreamed of discovering some immensely valuable piece of buried treasure in a field - and thereby perhaps making a fortune? Brian Grove describes the many different types of treasure that can be found, and where they can be found. There are chapters on: *Metal Detecting *Prospecting for Gold *Dump Hunting *Beachcombing *Fossil Hunting *Wreck Diving. Uniquely, the book combines essential information on the practicalities of treasure hunting with inspiring stories of people who have found valuable hoards - like Eric Lawes who in 1992 discovered the Hoxne Treasure in Suffolk, and received 1.75 million from the British Museum!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:15:43 -0400)

Brian Grove describes the many different types of treasures that can be found, and where they can be found. He includes chapters on: metal detecting; prospecting for gold; dump hunting; beachcombing; fossil hunting; and wreck diving.

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