✅ SOLVED Long shot number 2 maybe someone can date this ring and makers mark?

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Had such good success on yesterdays ring thought what the heck let’s roll the dice again. Appears to be pretty old with Very wide band but very small ring size . Found this at a late 1800 early 1900 permission. Any id help much appreciated
 

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Carolinabusguy

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It's rather later than the dates for your permission site.

That's the mark used by the J.D. Schlang Company of New York, NY between c.1943-c.1950:

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Any silver is good silver though.
Red-Coat thank you once again!! Absolutely, any silver dug is a good day swinging .
 
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