'As you can see there is also problems on this ring. This is stamp defect. I will show you later how it looks on Latvian rings. Your ring is made not from soft metal as silver, so procentage of defects are higher. Also your ring is heavy worn and had a uncommon pattern which differs from all well know fakes'.
That explains the deformations.
As told...i am not to 100 % sure and my first opinion bases only on this very small first pics.
Allways hard to impossible to build on such basement a judgement.
Visible casting signs are often weak detailing in deeper sections (not explainable with wearing), general soft detail,
pittings from gas porosity, casting lines, flaws, faults.
In some cases you need a handinspection to be sure.
This ring is especially very difficult to be sure in. Again, all in all it is no common pattern
so you can`t compare it with a for sure good one of this pattern.
Also the ring is very unusual and rare, which I would guess makes a fake much less likely... I will send the best pics I can do with my iPhone 5 soon as I got the ring, and I will also show it to a good jeweler to get more of an expert opinion, at least on whether or not it's cast, if it;s 'NeuSilber', etc.
Thanks for the reply,
Glenn,I knew what is a Panzer ring.
I have with history
Yes, thats a nice one....skull hollow, seperate extra piece and soldered on.
Some collectors say this pattern was for mountain troopers
skull same collar tab of Panzertruppe,not Geb Jager
silver marking at backside of skull,collar skull zink or aluminium........Some collectors liked glamour fakes for low prices.....