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Go USA
by: Anonymous

I don't know about being Danish, it sounds more like a US mark to me; I'd be putting my money on a US maker, but then again I'm no expert.

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Photo Request
by: Pete

Carolyn, any chance of an image pleeeeassse....

Upload an image or better still, images of the mark and also the ring in its entirety, in a follow-up submission and make sure to type in subject heading "Gold Ring Makers Marks - Danish? FOLLOW-UP"


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I have the same ring
by: Carolyn

I do not know the origin of the ring but it has the same crown, anchor, 14 and crown. I know it had been in my mother's jewelry box as long as I can remember.

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"Danish" - Denmark or Holland?
by: Anonymous

There is general confusion, regarding the terms - Danish and Dutch. Danish is the language spoken in Denmark. Dutch is the language spoken in The Netherlands. Both languages are Germanic languages spoken in countries located in the north-west of Europe, but that's about where the similarities end.


The Netherlands is sometimes (falsely) referred to as Holland (which really is just a part of The Netherlands), and the language is called Dutch, which seems, on the face of it, completely unrelated to both The Netherlands and Holland.

Before researching, could you confirm for us if the ring is from DENMARK and is an Antique Wedding Ring.

Best Wishes
Yvonne

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