As promised, we have brought the price of the book down, due to the quantity that we ordered, and talking to the publishers, as stated to those who have purchased the books at the original price, that this was an ongoing conversation with the publishers & you should have received your discount voucher by now, and it is open-ended, with no time limit on the redemption…

Also, we have reverted back to the white plastic spiral bound book which people seem to prefer as we have now re-ordered the workbooks without running out this time, it still has the same content of 200 internal pages, consisting of the standard black & white main pages, where you can record your recovered artefacts, with an easy-to-use and create, Ref.-No. and a C.T.C.-No.  with other simple entries like which metal detector you were using, coil, battery life, location, weather, programs and settings etc-etc…This enables you to keep track of the items from the field to the storage area, and back again, these Artefact and Diary pages are backed up with their different coloured pages for various other different tasks…Out of the 200 internal pages in the Artefact Journal & Field Diary, the book has eighty-four “double-dedicated dig pages” with a further 10 Single Page Artefact Journal & Field Diary listings, plus a further six “single artefact pages” each containing 30 artefact listings per page that amounts to a further 180 Artefact Listings which can be entered, with location and site specifics as a stand-alone entry or connected to the Artefact Journal & Field Diary’s dig pages… By combining the digs, it is possible to enter well over two hundred & fifty different digs, artefacts & diary entries, without losing track of any hunt, by simply doubling up on the hunt pages… 

       This is the breakdown cost of your £ 19.99p Artefact Journal & Field Diary

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     Artefact Journal & Field Diary… £14.95p       

            Royal Mail Postage @ £ 4.70p 2nd class signed for…

                                    Quality Protective Packing @ £ 2.12p per unit… We are trying to keep the cost down all of the time… And prefer to not go above the twenty-pound threshold…