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Detector Finds 3 (inc. Price Guide) by Gordon Bailey

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The third part of this series covers objects found in the UK from Roman to Modern times.

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Detector Finds 3 (inc. Price Guide) by Gordon Bailey

The third part of this series covers objects found in the UK from Roman to Modern times. The clear line drawings and colour pictures again help the finder with identification. The contents are: Casket, Chest & Door Keys, Medieval Purse Holders, Brass Lettering From Tombs, Pilgrims Ampullae, Pewter Medical Syringes, Snake Form Belt Hooks, Luggage & Dog Collar Name Plates, Finger Rings, Roman & Saxon Pins, Walking Stick Tops & Ferrules, Bronze Pot Legs, Decorative Lead Discs, Chess Pieces, Horseshoes, Medieval Barrel Locks & Keys, Medieval Candle Holders, Clay Tobacco Pipes, Belt Decorations, Decorative Pouring Spouts, Saddle Pommels, Bayonet Scabbard Hooks, Lace Tags, Door & Window Latches, Medieval Pins, Posy & Mourning Rings, Silver Pins & Bodkins, Cosmetic Implements, Clothing Accessories.  

On the back cover:
Gordon Bailey was born in London in 1944, where he lived until moving out to Essex in 1968. At the age of fifteen he was already showing a well-developed interest in history and was to be found at weekends buying and selling coins and small antiques at the East End’s famous Brick Lane Market. Gordon was amongst the earliest pioneers of the hobby of treasure hunting, having bought his first metal detector in 1970. Since that time he has researched and written numerous articles on the subject, dealing mainly with the identification of finds. Always willing to help promote the hobby, Gordon gives illustrated talks to many out-side clubs and associations besides being a well-known character in the hobby’s own club scene. In-between all this, Gordon still finds time for a spot of metal detecting and has amassed an enviable collection of coins and artefacts from virtually every period of history.

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