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Author Topic: Would you still detect a site where the owner wants everything?  (Read 618 times)
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« Reply #15 on: May 23, 2020, 11:13:09 AM »

Just been reading previous posts, it reminded me of a permission in |Cornwall near where I would stay every year, I found one cut half and three hammies, I always show the landowner what I find ! I could see what he was thinking lol.
He wanted these coins, I said that first he would have to trust me, because I would take them back to Brecon and then have them recorded through Welsh museum ( mark Lodwick ) and then as I was due back down in Cornwall in following July ( 3 months away) I would bring them back.

He did trust me, and I did bring them back, not in July but September, I kept him informed in case he thought I was running lol. I told Mark that the farmer wanted the coins back, he indicated that it was unfair, the farmer wouldn't have the coins if it had not been through the time I spent detecting over 3 days !

When I finally got back to see the farmer, I said to him that I would like to keep the cut half as I didn't have many at home, and I put the remainder in separate coin envelopes, and said for him to pick two and I would have the one left.

He was happy with that, and things were left on an agreeable stance.

The bottom line with all our permissions, technically the farmer owns everything on his land, but before you start detecting you should always discuss an agreement before starting !
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