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Treasure hunter finds a medieval gold ring

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A treasure hunter found a gold ring that had been buried in the ground for 600 years - only to lose it the next day while throwing his dog a stick.

Gary Smith, 42, was delighted when he plucked the medieval ring worth between £600 and £1,000 from a muddy farmer's field in Hampshire while out with his metal detector.

He wore the ring on his finger the next day to show his parents, but as he was walking to their house with his dog Ben it fell off while he was bending down to pick up a stick.

Thankfully he went back out later with his metal detector and found it again.


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What a plonker!

He's lucky the dog didn't swallow it.

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