Bronze ring gifted to Museum of Macedonia anonymously

Published on July 29th, 2009 | by Admin


An anonymous package containing a child’s bronze ring dating back to the end of the 12th century was sent to the Museum of Macedonia.

The ring, mailed from the Czech city of Plze?, was accompanied by a letter, written in English and typed on a computer. According to the Vesti newspaper, the anonymous sender wrote that he had received the ring as a gift, but believed that it belonged to Macedonia and its cultural heritage. The note was signed only with “Sincerely Yours.”

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