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These two friends thought they were merely rekindling an old hobby, as advised. Little did they know that their lives will be changed forever.
In what could only be tagged as a 'lucky haul,' two friends - Mark Hambleton and Joe Kania - decided to revisit an old hobby, metal detecting.
As reported by BBC, Mark, the initiator of the activity, had been about to give up when his friend "pulled this big torc out of his pocket."
And the rest is history.
Now, four torcs, three necklaces, and one bracelet, all classified as the 'oldest Iron Age gold' found in Britain were resting at the Portable Antiquities Scheme, which is administered by Birmingham Museums.
They were approximately 2,500 years old and is now known as the Leekfrith Iron Age Torcs and Leekfrith bracelet respectively.
Just like these jewelries, KAMI found yet another treasure on the street. Watch this!