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MASSIVE Ancient Celtic / Balearic lead sling-bolt. 1st century BC. Massive 46 mm (1 3/4") and very heavy (83.75 grams)! One side showing a dramatic flattening from impact during battle. Deep gray-brown patina. Ex Northern California private collection. A great display piece! #AR2657: $125

HUGE Ancient Celtic / Balearic lead sling-bolt. 1st century BC. Found at a Celtic-Roman battlefield in Spain. This bullet was found near modern-day Cordoba dates to the Civil War period (under Caesar). 41 mm (1 5/8"), one side showing a dramatic flattening from impact during battle. Light grey patina with earthen deposits. #WP2133: $99

MASSIVE AncientAncient Celtic / Balearic lead sling-bolt. 1st century BC. Found at a Celtic-Roman battlefield in Spain. This bullet was found near modern-day Cordoba dates to the Civil War period (under Caesar). An incredible 49 mm (nearly 2 inches) long and heavy... this would have create quite a whallop when used, which it was, evidenced by the large gash and flattened side. Impressive! #WP2136: $150

HUGE Ancient Celtic / Balearic lead sling-bolt. 1st century BC. Found at a Celtic-Roman battlefield in Spain. This bullet was found near modern-day Cordoba dates to the Civil War period (under Caesar). 41 mm (1 5/8"), one side showing a dramatic flattening from impact during battle. Light grey patina with earthen deposits. #WP2135: $99




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Ancient Celtic / Balearic lead sling-bolt. Found at a Celtic-Roman battlefield in Spain. Great condition! #212: $95 SOLD


Ancient Celtic / Balearic lead sling-bolt. Found at a Celtic-Roman battlefield in Spain. Great condition! #213: $115 SOLD

Ancient Celtic / Balearic lead sling-bolt. Found at a Celtic-Roman battlefield in Spain. Great condition! #214: $95 SOLD

Ancient Roman army, under Julius Caesar, 1st century BC. lead sling-bolt. Unearthed at a battlefield site outside Nice, France, where Julius Caesar's legions battled Alpine Gallic tribes. Interesting cross-shaped raised lines with central pellet on surface. 39 mm (1 1/2") long, and thick at center. Ex-French collection. #7668: $145 SOLD

Ancient Roman army, under Julius Caesar, 1st century BC. lead sling-bolt. Unearthed at a battlefield site outside Nice, France, where Julius Caesar's legions battled Alpine Gallic tribes. Interesting cross-shaped raised lines with central pellet on surface. 35 mm long, and extremely thick at center. Cool dents from battle-damage! Nice dark patina. Ex-French collection. #7874: $115 SOLD

Roman lead sling-bolt. 1st century BC. Inscribed surface, details difficult to make out. Found at a Roman battlefield in Spain, near modern-day Cordoba and dates to the Civil War period (under Caesar). 38 mm (1 1/2") long. #7594: $95 SOLD

Roman lead sling-bolt. 1st century BC. Inscribed with a V for Legion V (5th legion of Julius Caesar). Found at a Roman battlefield in Spain, near modern-day Cordoba and dates to the Civil War period (under Caesar). Very cool, with lots of scars from battle damage. Nice patina. 36 mm (just under 1 1/2"). #7691: $125 SOLD

Ancient Roman army, under Julius Caesar, 1st century BC. Nice lead sling-bolt. Unearthed at a battlefield site outside Nice, France, where Julius Caesar's legions battled Alpine Gallic tribes. Beautiful glossy grey patina. Dents and dings from ancient use. ex-Los Angeles, CA private collection. ref: Petrie XLIV 15-23; Malloy, Weapons, #142. 35 mm (1 3/8"). #AR2170: $150 SOLD

Roman Empire, c. 1st Century BC. Fantastic lead sling-bullet, found at the site of the Battle of Munda in Spain, March 17, 45 BC. Very well-preserved and decorated on one side with a winged thunderbolt in relief. The other side shows dings from battle damage. 1 3/8" (35 mm), nice grey patina. Ex Arizona private collection. A rare and extremely fine example! #WP2141: $375 SOLD
Ancient Roman army, under Julius Caesar, 1st century BC. lead sling-bolt. Unearthed at a battlefield site outside Nice, France, where Julius Caesar's legions battled Alpine Gallic tribes. Good condition, with serious scuffs and dents from battle damage, good patina. 34 mm (1 3/8") long. Ex-French collection. #slb73: $95

Large Celtic / Balearic lead sling-bolt. 1st century BC. Found at a Celtic-Roman battlefield in Spain, originally manufactured by an Iberian mercenary using his own die. This bullet was found near modern-day Cordoba and dates to the Civil War period (under Caesar). Bright white patina. 40 mm (over 1 1/2") long. #7696: $110 SOLD

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Celtic / Balearic lead sling-bolt. 1st century BC. Found at a Celtic-Roman battlefield in Spain, originally manufactured by an Iberian mercenary using his own die. This bullet was found near modern-day Cordoba and dates to the Civil War period (under Caesar). 40 mm (over 1 1/2") long. One indented/curved aerodynamic edge, great creme/white patina! #7655: $110 SOLD

Massive Celtic / Balearic lead sling-bolt. 1st century BC. Found at a Celtic-Roman battlefield in Spain, originally manufactured by an Iberian mercenary using his own die. This bullet was found near modern-day Cordoba and dates to the Civil War period (under Caesar). Measures a whopping 52 mm (over 2") long! Huge and heavy. Earthen brown patina. #7862: $125 Sold?

Ancient Celtic / Balearic lead sling-bolt. 1st century BC. Found at a Celtic-Roman battlefield in Spain. This bullet was found near modern-day Cordoba dates to the Civil War period (under Caesar). 30x22 mm (1 1/4 x 7/8") and diamond-shaped with wide center. Great patina! #7662: $95 SOLD


Ancient Rome. Time of Julius Caesar! late 1st century BC. Great lead sling-bolt. unearthed at an ancient battlefield outside Nice, France, where Caesar's legions battled the Alpine Gallic tribes. 30 mm (1 3/16"). ex-French private collection. #WP2128: $125 SOLD



Roman Tenth Legion!
A Tenth Legion lead sling bullet imprinted with the legend "LEG X" (10th Legion), c. 100 BC-100 AD. Well preserved and extremely rare! An opportunity to own a piece of ammunition used by a soldier of the historic Tenth Legion. Various tenth legions were known to have served during the course of the Roman Empire. This included Legio X Frentensis founded by Octavian in 41/40 BC, which was was renowned for their involvement in Judaea. It was there they took part in destroying the Jerusalem Temple and the siege of Masada. Additionally, Legio X Equestris was founded by Julius Caesar and played a crucial part in Caesar’s Gallic Wars, and also followed Lepidus in the Battle of Philippi. They then were led by Marc Antony during the Battle of Actium. Equestris was later renamed X Gemina under Augustus. Pompey also had a Tenth Legion, which was also his personal favorite. A magnificent, historical, and very rare piece of Roman militaria! Measures 3 cm (1 3/16”), weighs 33.40 grams. Nice gray patina with light earthen deposits. Extremely well-preserved, with crisp, clear Legion stamp! ex-Santa Barbara County, CA scholastic collection. Incredibly rare, and nearly impossible to find! #YWP2471

Roman lead sling-bolt. 1st century BC. Molded number or letter visible on surface (seen at center of top photo below). Found at a Roman battlefield in Spain, near modern-day Cordoba and dates to the Civil War period (under Caesar). Nice white patina. 36 mm (just under 1 1/2"). #7879: $125 Reserved

Ancient Roman army, under Julius Caesar, 1st century BC. lead sling-bolt. Unearthed at a battlefield site outside Nice, France, where Julius Caesar's legions battled Alpine Gallic tribes. Excellent, near perfect condition! Some dents from battle damage, nice patina. Massive and heavy! 37 mm (1 1/2") long. Ex-French collection. #slb72: $145 Reserved
Massive Celtic / Balearic lead sling-bolt. 1st century BC. Found at a Celtic-Roman battlefield in Spain, originally manufactured by an Iberian mercenary using his own die. This bullet was found near modern-day Cordoba and dates to the Civil War period (under Caesar). Measures a whopping 52 mm (over 2") long! Huge and heavy. #7621: $135

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Celtic / Balearic lead sling-bolt. 1st century BC. Found at a Celtic-Roman battlefield in Spain, originally manufactured by an Iberian mercenary using his own die. This bullet was found near modern-day Cordoba and dates to the Civil War period (under Caesar). Measures 33 mm. Long and narrow, one indented/curved aerodynamic edge, great creme/white patina! #7895: $110 SOLD

Ancient Rome, c. 1st century BC - 2nd century AD. Fantastic lead sling-bullet, with a spearhead decoration! The slightly raised depiction of a Roman spearhead clearly visible on one side. Small round depression, likely battle damage above the spearhead. L: 3cm (1 3/16"). Dark gray patina. ex-David Liebert; ex-Mark Reid, Time Machine. Very rare! #WP2389: $325 SOLD

Roman Republic, c. 3rd-2nd century BC. Found at a Roman battlefield in Spain. Light grey patina with earthen deposits. ref: Petrie XLIV 15-23; Malloy, Weapons, #139. 39 mm (1 1/2"), nicely preserved with good form. #WP2134: $150 SOLD