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Finds days

What is a find?

A find can be something  you find in your garden, on the beach, whilst metal detecting, or out  walking in the fields. It does not matter if your find is strange,  weird, or wonderful. As long as you can carry it, you can bring it along  to a finds day.

Identifying finds

The Portable Antiquities Scheme Finds Liaison Officer examines and identify finds. The finds officer records and identifies all archaeological finds that pre-date the 1800s. Finds such as coins, small stone objects, pottery, metal and glass.

Visit the Portable Antiquities Scheme website to find out about the scheme, which encourages the recording of archaeological objects found by members of the public in England and Wales. There is also advice for finders of treasure and the Treasure Act.

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