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Rare lead Celtic ring money (5th-1st cent. BC)

Rare lead Celtic ring money (5th-1st cent. BC)
A round ring, made of lead and not bronze. These are quite rare and not seen very often. 18mm, 1.9grams, lead. Black Sea area of Bulgaria.

Before the introduction of struck coinage in Celtic lands, Celtic ring money(gold, silver and bronze rings), celtic arrowhead and bell money were used as currency in Celtic lands in Danube area, France, England and Ireland. Sometimes these rings took a pretty elaborate shape (such as"wheel money" in Gaul, star-shaped rings, interlinked rings etc.) and are very interesting collectible items, that can also be used as wonderful pendants or finger rings. An inexpensive way to touch the magical Celtic past.
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US$30.00 27.00 EUR 22.79 GBP 20.29 CHF 26.46 CAD 34.24
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