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    1955 Brooklyn Dodgers World Championship Ring. After falling to the Yankees in five Fall Classic engagements, the Bums finally brought joy to the borough of Brooklyn, riding Johnny Podres' Game Seven shut out gem to the promised land. Presented is a hopeful sample of the ring the Dodgers were finally able to present to their star center fielder, identical in design to the one the Duke proudly sported on his finger. Faux diamond is inset at center of blue stone on face, encircled by raised text reading "Brooklyn World Champions." Left shank features baseball imagery with a sweet spot facsimile signature from Snider. A team logo "B" is below. Right shank finds a miniature globe emblazoned with the scripted team nickname, framed by the words "First" and "1955." Ring weighs thirty-one grams and is stamped inside the size ten band "Dieges & Clust 10 Karat." Fine, unworn condition.

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    May, 2012
    3rd-5th Thursday-Saturday
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