Stone Shot

Contributed by Andrew

I found the object in a ditch around the boundary area of the battle of Chalgrove Field. The Stone is quite round in shape so I thought it might have been stone shot? On closer look at the object there are some small holes which appear to be Symmetrically placed around the sphere.

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  • 1. At 18:41 on 8 October 2010, Andi wrote:

    It would be good to know the rough diametre of this object ... I have one collected on the beach at Saltburn ... without any holes, so I think it could be a stone cannon-ball ... it is 37mm in diameter. Armada perhaps or John Paul Jones?

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  • 2. At 22:03 on 12 August 2011, henryrkp wrote:

    I have found one while digging a trench in my garden (Warblington, Hants). About 28mm across, fairly well rounded. No holes. I can post a photo if anyone would like to see it.

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