Gold and silver

plymouthian12

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Out in the farm some silver and gold the ring is dated 6-5-1953 and appears to have his military number in it
 

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Always good to find silver and gold!

In case you haven’t tracked it down, your sterling spoon is an Oneida pattern, sold under their “State House” sub-brand by direct distribution and not through retail outlets. There were three patterns in the range: Inaugural, Formality and Stately. Yours is “Inaugural”, designed in 1942 by Grosvenor N. Allen & William H. Gerth.

Any other marks on the ring?
 
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plymouthian12

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Always good to find silver and gold!

In case you haven’t tracked it down, your sterling spoon is an Oneida pattern, sold under their “State House” sub-brand by direct distribution and not through retail outlets. There were three patterns in the range: Inaugural, Formality and Stately. Yours is “Inaugural”, designed in 1942 by Grosvenor N. Allen & William H. Gerth.

Any other marks on the ring?
Try to figure out how to look up the military number that's hand scratched inside
 
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plymouthian12

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Always good to find silver and gold!

In case you haven’t tracked it down, your sterling spoon is an Oneida pattern, sold under their “State House” sub-brand by direct distribution and not through retail outlets. There were three patterns in the range: Inaugural, Formality and Stately. Yours is “Inaugural”, designed in 1942 by Grosvenor N. Allen & William H. Gerth.

Any other marks on the ring?
Thanks
 

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