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Identifying third reich jewelry found in Ukraine/Poland

Article about: hi all! I'm friends with a russian metal detector guy who sold me his collection of nazi rings. I do need help identifying the rings, I'm perfectly aware that many of them are worthless but

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    Default Identifying third reich jewelry found in Ukraine/Poland

    hi all!

    I'm friends with a russian metal detector guy who sold me his collection of nazi rings.

    I do need help identifying the rings, I'm perfectly aware that many of them are worthless but do hope some are quite valuable.

    Any comments on the rings in the pictures are welcome! and I mean any comments. I have no idea what these rings are..

    As I said earlier: these are metal detector finds from Eastern Europe

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    Interesting....looks like they dug up a couple of fake rings as well!
    William

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

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    Quote by Wagriff View Post
    Interesting....looks like they dug up a couple of fake rings as well!
    can you please elaborate?

    I'm a total noob. Its possible they threw in some fake rings.

    which one's do you think might be real and what are they called?

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    The one with the large swastika is a known fake and the smaller skull ring is also a poor quality fake. The others look to be a mixture of WWI German patriotic rings and some personal rings as well. Of the remaining lot(minus the 2 obvious sinkers) about the best chance you have of decent value would be the ground dug blackened skull, but we would need more and closer photos of it to be definite, of course. Does it have any markings inside, for example? Etc?
    William

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

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    When you take group photos, please use small piece of paper and write numbers under to make it easier to aid you
    Collect ROA, Cossack, Schuma and other WW2 Volunteer militaria.

    "Be Humble and kind, for you may find that it was Odin you entertained"

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    what about that ring with golden RS letters?

    it says "fur herrinerung einsats Polen kieler 1940"

    inside the ring

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    more about the ring with gold letters, there is an inscription inside "fur herrinerung einsats Polen kieler 1940"

    see picture

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    The last part of that engraving is Kielce 1940 (not kieler). Kielce is a city in central Poland.

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    Quote by Iron Hussar View Post
    The last part of that engraving is Kielce 1940 (not kieler). Kielce is a city in central Poland.
    thanks

    do u think this ring is worth anything?

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    And the first part would be "für erinnerung Polen einsatz" - translating roughly to "To remember the Polish operation (or mission/deployment)".

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