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    1967 Paul Pryor World Series Umpire Ring. Most umpires tend to have a quick trigger finger when it comes time to run a player, manager or that crotchety skipper. Paul Pryor was not your typical umpire.


    UPDATE: Sixty points of diamonds. Original 2000 purchase LOA included.

    During a distinguished twenty-one year career, Pryor only tossed thirty people. Three times during his legendary career Pryor was able to work on a World Series crew. For his involvement in the '67 Fall Classic, Pryor was presented with this "Balfour [size] 11.5" ring. Centered on front is a diamond while "World Series Umpire" encircles the face. Part of the text is worn down from exposure. Four smaller stones, one chipped, account for the bases and home plate. Both participating teams are represented on the opposite sides. "Balfour 10K" and "Paul Pryor" are engraved inside. The ring originated from Pryor's family following his death in 1995.


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    Auction Dates
    July, 2015
    30th-31st Thursday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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