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DNSAP Ring - Danish NSDAP Sympathizers

Article about: Good evening guys, I have seen this ring for sale - more often than not I stay clear of fingers rings due to the number of fakes around! Does this one stand a chance? I have nooooooooo idea

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    In my opinion, I would say that it is more likely than not a period "trench art" made ring. It is, even so, extremely well made and whoever crafted it did a fine job creating it. As for what it represents, that is more of a puzzle. Obviously, it seems to show symbols of Denmark and Germany, but also, possibly, Japanese as well?? I can only theorize that the rising sun is meant for Japan, but why the pink arms is a mystery-as well as why the small round dot over the Danish flag. I do like the file fret work around the edges and the well done inlay of the enameling. I would not hesitate to acquire this ring if it were reasonably priced. I like it, but would not invest a inordinately large amount of money in to it. If you can get it for a less than unGodly sum-pick it up!
    William

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    Quote by Wagriff View Post
    In my opinion, I would say that it is more likely than not a period "trench art" made ring. It is, even so, extremely well made and whoever crafted it did a fine job creating it. As for what it represents, that is more of a puzzle. Obviously, it seems to show symbols of Denmark and Germany, but also, possibly, Japanese as well?? I can only theorize that the rising sun is meant for Japan, but why the pink arms is a mystery-as well as why the small round dot over the Danish flag. I do like the file fret work around the edges and the well done inlay of the enameling. I would not hesitate to acquire this ring if it were reasonably priced. I like it, but would not invest a inordinately large amount of money in to it. If you can get it for a less than unGodly sum-pick it up!
    Hi William,

    Thank you for your response - I too have a good feeling about this ring for the reasons you have commented on.

    As to the price he wants 30 for it but I am sure we can compromise. I would never spend a large amount of money on a ring without documentation.

    Thank you, Glen.

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    If you like it just buy it, for that price you can't really go wrong IMO.

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    I agree, it's a nice ring that's probably worth the risk on originality. It's so odd, I can't imagine someone picking this subject matter to fake a ring with the intent to deceive. This ring surely had a purpose. The only question is if it was war or post war.
    "Only a real risk tests the reality of a belief." - C.S. Lewis

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    Quote by Glenn66 View Post
    If you like it just buy it, for that price you can't really go wrong IMO.
    Agree. I was assuming it was much more. Worth the chance at this price point if you like it.
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    Quote by avenger View Post
    I agree, it's a nice ring that's probably worth the risk on originality. It's so odd, I can't imagine someone picking this subject matter to fake a ring with the intent to deceive. This ring surely had a purpose. The only question is if it was war or post war.
    I couldn't agree more...

    Got it for 25 all in.

    Thank you, Glen.

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    It is a very good price. I can offer 50 euros when You will decide to sell it:-).

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    Quote by Frundsberg View Post
    It is a very good price. I can offer 50 euros when You will decide to sell it:-).
    Hi,

    Thank you for your offer but I am not looking to sell it nor would I be prepared to sell it for 50 euro.

    Thank you, Glen.

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