Measuring field strength of permanent magnets, Physics

I want to measure H, not B
The magnets in question are permanent magnets (large Neo or SmCo magnets), not coils


=====================....Steel
____........................____
|..N..|........................|..S..|
|..S..|........................|..N..|
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|...............very.................|
|......high permeability......|
|............material..............|
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^^^^^ Magnetic circuit ^^^^^


How can I determine the magnetic field intensity or the mmf of the magnets?
The measurement needs to be something I can actually do, not some giant set of Helmholz coils in outer space
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