German? ring. "Norge 1940". Is it real?
I found a very interesting ring that says "Norway 1940" but I have no idea if it is reall or fake or where it is from. I am assuming it was made as part of the Nazi government in Norway. (no idea) but I doubt the norwegian resistance would commemorate the invasion? But I really know nothing about it. Seller wants 230$ for it.
Thanks for the help.
04-11-2016 09:48 PM
You can find out who is the maker if you ask a goldsmith/silversmith. They have books where all the different makers of jewelry is listed. Or check out your local library for info of maker.
It looks like a seagull in the makers stamp, that would be a typical coast related stamp for norway. It could be the ring is made for the german soldiers wanting to get a souvernir from norway.
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Ok. Thanks. Do you think it is worth the price of 230$?
I'd say that $230 is pretty much topping out, price-wise.
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