A ring from Hungary
I would like to ask your opinion about this ring, which I've found recently. There were no motorbike-meetings, or rock festivals nearby... However I've also found some other World War II. relics there. It's made of silver, and its hallmark is 835. Unfortunately, it deformed because of the agricultural works. As far as I'm concerned, I think it's not fake, but I'm also interested in your opinions.
10-08-2015 04:14 PM
For me no known period german pattern.
But it looks from aging and manufacturing method (die struck/pressed) good to me and i like it.
Hallmar would fit in period too.
A ring i would like to have in collection.
WW1 Austro Hungarian perhaps?.....
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I like the ring too. It is a nice find.
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Agreed-it is a very nice original design, from the photos. While it may well be Other than WWII-era, it also Could be. I like it.
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I was thinking the same thing Gunny. Looks earlier than 1940s period, just a little more...basic.
Thank you for your comments, you've helped me very much! Now I also think that this ring is from WW1, and it was the property of a soldier of the Sturmgruppe in the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. I am going to continue my research. (I don't want to sell it, because it means a lot for me, but I am interested how much would it cost.)
Please do not polish it. That will make it less desirable
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