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    1980's Mickey Mantle Career Ring with Presentation Box. Mickey Mantle inspired millions of children in the 1950's and '60's. The Mick had an aura around him, just the way he walked to the plate and terrorized the opposition made him an idol to almost every baseball fan. Each pitch could end with a tape-measure home run or moment not to be forgotten. Balfour was commissioned to produce rings in honor Mantle's Hall of Fame career. This size 11 ring has number "7" on the face studded with six genuine diamonds, and it sits atop a blue stone. "Mickey Mantle 1951 1968" surrounds the middle. One shank reads "536 Home Runs" and features five individual bats with a few of The Mick's noteworthy accomplishments. The right shank includes a facsimilie signature, image of Yankee Stadium and date his number was retired. "Balfour 10k" engraved inside along with "105/536." The original wooden storage box is included. Weight is forty grams (40g.).

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    February, 2019
    23rd-24th Saturday-Sunday
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