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    My most interesting ring find! Help with ID

    Hello everyone
    found this ring earlier this year and it has had me puzzled. First it is marked 999 not 925 and it is very large. I wear a 12 and it is way bigger than that. It seems to be telling a story? Every other symbol is turned opposite of the one prior. Anyone ever seen a ring like this ,any help much appreciated. Lots of pictures of the symbols. Keep swinging everyone
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    I cant swear to yours but I had a ring marked .9999 and it was 24K. I hope you have the same luck.
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    Where did you find it? dirt/beach...
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    It Rang up if I recall a 36 on the equinox so thinking silver but gold would be amazing
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    Quote Originally Posted by mike b View Post
    Where did you find it? dirt/beach...
    Found in the dirt at a very old school
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    The three crowns in that position represents the national emblem of Sweden; coincidental or not.
    Don.....

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    Way cool, congrats! Hope it's gold
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    sweden

    Quote Originally Posted by Mackaydon View Post
    The three crowns in that position represents the national emblem of Sweden; coincidental or not.
    Don.....
    The symbol next to the crowns does resemble Sweden a bit ?
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    Found a cuff bracelet couple of years ago marked 999.9, figured it was pure silver, or very close to it. A really great, (I'll say silver) ring by the way.
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    That is one of the neatest rings I have seen. I would love to know the story behind it!

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    Every artifact has a story, if we're willing to listen

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    Agree w/ Lenrac2. Is that "1917" next to what appears to be a candle? If so, wonder what significance that holds?
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    Maybe the Vasa of America fraternal order? Awesome ring what ever it be.
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    Let's keep this one in our sights, members...!
    This fellow has found a SUPER unique ring...!!
    Jewelry experts out there...??
    Let's tell him its story...!
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    Quote Originally Posted by invent4hir View Post
    Agree w/ Lenrac2. Is that "1917" next to what appears to be a candle? If so, wonder what significance that holds?
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    Yes, agree that it's Finland-related. It does seem to say 1917, which is the year Finland declared independence from Russia after the commencement of the Russian Revolution.
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