The ones shown here are some that Marc Bettinger had at his table at one coin show in San Jose, California. These are nicer ones, ranging in price from about twenty dollars on up to a couple of hundred dollars. Most have some form of decorative engraving or an inlay. Some of the plainer rings can be had for five to seven dollars each. The one at lower left is a Roman legionary's ring, displaying a military eagle. It now resides in the author's collection.
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