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Article about: Hi all! I really appreciated the feedback on my earlier posting of my rings, I found a few more that I would like to show. I tried to get close up shots of the backs but they did not come ou

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    Quote by Glenn66 View Post
    Care to share a photo of your ring please, William?
    I would like to see your ring too please ?

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    I'll try and get a good photo of it in the sunlight(if there Is sun tomorrow!) All I can do is give it a shot!
    William

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

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    Well...it rained all day here so I was forced to try some shots indoors, with mixed results. I am not a great photographer-my wife was always my saving grace when it came to cameras. The ring is referred to by some as "The Dentist", as he is missing a tooth. Try as I might, I could Not get a good clear picture of the maker's mark, but did succeed Somewhat by taking a snap of it's Reflection. Hopefully, it should be enough to make it out. You can see the Star and the "F". At any rate, here he is.
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    William

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

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    I await answers from Maxim about al of this. So I apologize if your all waiting for some revelation from me.

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    Exists in two variations

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    Quote by Wagriff View Post
    Well...it rained all day here so I was forced to try some shots indoors, with mixed results. I am not a great photographer-my wife was always my saving grace when it came to cameras. The ring is referred to by some as "The Dentist", as he is missing a tooth. Try as I might, I could Not get a good clear picture of the maker's mark, but did succeed Somewhat by taking a snap of it's Reflection. Hopefully, it should be enough to make it out. You can see the Star and the "F". At any rate, here he is.
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    Well known and common pattern period made by the Frey company, Pforzheim. Always marked "835", "F*" and Laurin mark.

    The markings on this one look real fine.....on the last pic there is a very clear reflection of them

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    Here is a more unusual ring type. I was unable to capture the marking inside, but it looks to be a small helmeted head and 800 silver mark.

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    William

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

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    One last odd one for the night. I call this type for obvious reasons "pointy chin" but I have no idea what it's actual name is. It is supposed to be from Austria. I have only seen it's type,perhaps, 2 other times.

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    William

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

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    Quote by Wagriff View Post
    Here is a more unusual ring type. I was unable to capture the marking inside, but it looks to be a small helmeted head and 835 silver mark.
    strange ring, looks bad for me

    Quote by Wagriff View Post
    One last odd one for the night. I call this type for obvious reasons "pointy chin" but I have no idea what it's actual name is. It is supposed to be from Austria. I have only seen it's type,perhaps, 2 other times.
    This is very nice ring and very rare

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    Quote by Triggerself View Post
    strange ring, looks bad for me
    From only 2 photos how do you make that call?

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