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Swastika Ring found with Metaldetector

Article about: hi guys i got a question,a few days ago i was searching with my metaldetector,for ww2 relics in a forest near Aachen. that day i got k98 clips,m1 garand clips,german and us buttons,k98 Bayon

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    hi guys

    i got a question,a few days ago i was searching with my metaldetector,for ww2 relics in a forest near Aachen.
    that day i got k98 clips,m1 garand clips,german and us buttons,k98 Bayonet,2 german rifle grenades,and this ring!!

    what do you think is it a real german ww2 ring?or a replica from a Neo nazi member?
    finger diameter is 18 mm 9,8 grams

    hope it is original,hope you can help me

    greetings remy
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    Hello, After "Being" in the ground sooooo long it doesn't look like it.. No oxidization or patina whatsoever, Unless it has been cleaned.. Odal will chime in soon I gather, And it looks odd as far as who really walks around any town with this sort of ring ?? In any period ? Just my two cents... G
    I'd rather be A "RaD Man than a Mad Man "

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    it looks a little set up like the ring full of mud on one pic likes its just been found then next all clean
    is it for sale by any chance

    Martin

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    If it is a period ring..it will only hold the value of what the silver content is worth. This ring is probably a jewelers creation from the period it it was from the period and never NSDAP sanctioned. The ring specialists here will attest to that fact that so many rings were created during the period and only one that i know of ...The Himmler Honor Ring was the only one recognizable in NS acceptance. Regards Larry
    It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C

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    hi Gwar its silver i guess,it also depends on the type of soil,near my hometown i found roman Denarius wich are in the same condition as this ring,and also a lot that is oxidate,if it might be a replica, it is still a beautiful piece,hope of course that it is an original haha

    Remy

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    thats correct Iron,at home i put it in hagerthy and cleand it with toothpaste,the woods are not manured by farmers,on the most places here in the south of holland and germany silver and aluminum is not oxidate

    greetings remy

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    buxler, I could be wrong... I actually used to collect rings... Lots of them... I found that, At least for me I sucked at it and gave it up..
    As for your situation you either have stumbled upon a good piece or something else.. I wish you the best of luck buxler and hope that something "Turns up" in your metal detecting endeavor... Truly... Gwar
    I'd rather be A "RaD Man than a Mad Man "

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    Quote by buxler View Post
    thats correct Iron,at home i put it in hagerthy and cleand it with toothpaste,the woods are not manured by farmers,on the most places here in the south of holland and germany silver and aluminum is not oxidate

    greetings remy
    good place to look for stuff,

    have you ever found any WW2 items before or items of interested ?

    Best Martin

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    hi Martin

    yes i found some nice ww2 items in holland belgium and germany,Holland in the near of Montfort,Susteren.. in Germany Hurtgenwald and Aachen, and in Belgium the most near Eupen, some g helmets,weapons,insignes,personal things,4 years ago i got found a messtin from a US soldier,he scratch his army number on it,and a half year ago i found with facebook a grandchild of him! i have sent the messtin back to her, and she sent me some pictures of her grandfather,those finds are the best to find!

    i have place that item on find a grave,few days after that i found the mestin,maybe you and others wanna have a look

    this page is the grave from Whitt L Brewton where the messtin belongs to
    Whitt L. Brewton (1920 - 1973) - Find A Grave Memorial

    if you click on the picture of the messtin you can read the story when i found it

    greetings (sorry for my bad english)

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    buxler, IMO your English is much better than my Dutch or German ..
    I'd rather be A "RaD Man than a Mad Man "

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