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    titanium/sainless ringsfound over the past few years

    All at the beach, all in the water.
    More and more common to find these,easy to imagine the fortune here if they were gold. Still, a step up from junkers. Some of these actually retail pretty high but I doubt if resale would amount to much since there are not precious metal.
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    Many of those are nice looking rings, and I'm sure most cost a good penny.
    Some think SS rings have only came on in the last 15 years.

    All of these are from the late 40's and 50's...Stainless, and a couple are nickel alone.

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    I found a tungston and 18k one. Retails for 800.00 I couldnt even get 50.00 for it
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    i can get usually a minimum of $5 for them if i put out at a tag sale
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    Dynamics are off here, I wonder why ?

    Something that sells for $50+ you should have no problem getting $20, but no doubt they would be a tough sell used. I wear a nice stainless chain link style bracelet, I like it looks great and doesn't tarnish, paid $30 for it.

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    I get gold on silver or TI sometimes..... i just cut the band off and sell the gold. Ive seen um sell by on freebay if you sell several at once. Used to sell antiques..... which i included some silver found rings.... never got over $10 for um. I get more when they are bands and i help find um ... in thank you rewards. Ive got BAGS of um the grand kids go thru.

 

 

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