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Mens Rings44 of 57some type of ringWW2 Souvenir ring from CBI theater
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Posted 5 years ago


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I inherited this ring when my father past away in august 2003.
As long as I can remember, he had this ring, as a little boy I was pretty impressed by the size of the ring and my father promised to keep it for me. I wanted to know more about the USAF ring and today I found the same one

I would like to know more about the ring, how old it is/can be, who made these rings etc. etc.

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  1. olddutch olddutch, 5 years ago
    Thanks , fore the condolences and yes, the link, is the ring that i saw.
    I wil look at the markings and lat you now asap.
  2. olddutch olddutch, 5 years ago
    The Markings in mine are: 10K G F and the daimond with the V.
    Do you now what the stand fore?
  3. scottvez scottvez, 5 years ago
    dutch-- you may want to check "Vanguard" as a possible maker on your ring.

    They have been making military insignia for years and MAY have ventured into rings for a time.

    Their usual marking have a large "V" with the name spelled out below and an eagle but there were variations.

  4. olddutch olddutch, 5 years ago
    Thanks Scott, I will do so. What I would like to no is the mening of (wearing)the ring. And if it is an official military item or could you buy them everywhere?
  5. olddutch olddutch, 5 years ago
    AR8Jason Thanks fore your information, it's nice to no more about the ring.
    Here i found the same ring (RING-08) and RING-126
    WWII US Navy Red Stone Military Ring, has the same maker mark.
    I already asked them if the now more about the mark. i'll just wait end see.
  6. oldbeer oldbeer, 5 years ago
    Right on.These were a generic type ring that could be purchased via mail order, or at the PX. The ones that have a bit more value are the class issued academy rings bought in a cadets senior year from their respective service academies.
  7. scottvez scottvez, 5 years ago
    Service Academy rings have a significantly higher value and collectibility than most of these type of rings.

    Most Academy rings are owner engraved and have gold content.

  8. olddutch olddutch, 5 years ago
    Snyders Treasures doesn't know the makers mark, so it stays unknown.
  9. scottvez scottvez, 5 years ago
    I'd check with some vintage jewelry folks on the maker marks.

    In MY experience, they generally have a better idea on jewelry marks than militaria folks.

  10. olddutch olddutch, 5 years ago
    Yes, the mark is Vargus 1947 thanks verry much.
    Great link by the way.

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