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My first German ring

Article about: William I'm glad you said that because I was going mad trying to find that site. I picked the ring up for \\$40 so I don't think I got hurt to bad.

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    Hello boys have a look at my first German ring. Its marked 800 on the inside and that all I can see. Gary
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    A patriotic ring for a woman. Very nice to see!
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Thank you William. I know its not SS or anything super fancy but I like it . Gary

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    Very nice one!
    Typical early privat purchase patriotica.
    After the law "Gesetz zum Schutze der nationalen Symbole" (law for protecting the national symbols) starting 1933 most of this was forbidden.
    I would say a late 20ies/early 30ies ring.

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    Odal thank you for the info. Gary

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    Odal have you ever seen one like this before. Gary

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    Sure.
    Common mass produced period rings in different variants - very nice, but not real rare.
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    I Do like the 2 piece construction, though. This one, at least, was no Dime Store purchase, but of fairly nice quality. These patriotic women's rings appear every so often- I see them every now and then. I believe that Butschek had one the last time I looked in his inventory.
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Odal that is some great info you have thank you. William I will have to take a look at that site. Thank you both for the great info. Gary

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    Oh sure...now that I Said that, I took a look into Butschek's site and see it's gone...Oh well! It wasn't too much money, though, if I remember right.
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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