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Finger-ring; silver; engraved; ten projections; heart-shaped bezel depicting sacred monogram surmounted by cross.
- Diameter: 1.18 inches (hoop)
- Length: 0.43 inches (bezel)
Inscription Typesacred monogram
According to the Braybrooke catalogue, 'A silver thumb ring, another specimen of the decades. This has a heart-shaped signet, on which are the letters "IHS" with a cross above H, there is a single line border around the face of the signet. This ring was purchased at Mr Mockler's sale, 1848. -75grs.'
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Object reference number: MCN9991
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