Dice made of LEAD

A replica of a pair of 'revolutionary dice' made by pounding lead bullets
into irregular square shapes and etching the holes with bayonet points.

The serie of 7 pewter (mixture of tin and lead) dice made by Koplow, and a lead D12.

A large heavy (297 gram) zodiac D12 from lead coated with a layer of silver.
This die is a replica from the one found in the cathedral of Saint-Pierre in Geneva,
dating back to the 4th century A.D.
The die was probably meant to predict the future, but the exact origin and use are still unknown.

A pewter replica of a dragon die.