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    I have come across these two rings and would appreciate any information to identify them. Real? Fake? Click image for larger version. 

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    Skull = real. Red stone = not. The skull is a well known pattern and quite commonly seen. The red ring is Biker Junk.
    William

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

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    I agree.
    Yes, the second is junk as told.
    The first, the skull ring, is a common period pattern made by the Frey Company
    but a lot of good fakes are around too.
    This one could be good.

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    Thanks guys for the quick replys. The skull ring was found during the war in a german house, inside of a wall cavity wrapped in a ss flag. And the red one i have no clue.

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    Do you have the SS flag? We'd like to see it,of course, if you do. As for the ring, it isn't actually an SS specific ring. Most any and all branches of the various services liked wearing them, as well as civilians too. They're nice rings, in any case regardless of who wore them! I've heard this particular pattern skull sometimes referred to as "The Dentist" for his missing teeth. There were many many kinds of skull rings, but this one is particularly attractive.
    William

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

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    I sadly do not have the the flag anymore. Thanks for the info mate

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