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3 Croatian Ustasha Silver Rings

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    Am re-posting to avoid these images being lost for good. No others are to be found online or in most reference materials and it is because of this and their almost unheard of scarcity that most have never seen images of any, much less 3 and their existence is the subject of much debate. The 3 silver rings shown are of Extreme Rarity and their images should remain as viable reference to prove that they actually did exist at one time and are not just rumor. The 3 are all excavated by very reputable and personally known diggers, with the one shown resting in a case being excavated at Bleiburg and the other 2 being dug from a surrender site in the mountains of Slovenia. The Slovenian found pair are of quite large size(US size 13) and the woven patterned ring bears the ex-owners name engraved inside. The Archives of Croatia confirmed in email correspondence that he was a member of the Black Legion. It is quite probable that the second Slovenia ring's owner was also in the same unit as they were discovered nearby to each other.
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    Due to the unfortunate controversy that these pieces have attracted in the past, the thread will be closed to avoid any further such problems, but at least the photo evidence will remain for other researchers to view.

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