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    1967 St. Louis Cardinals World Series Championship Ring. This ultimate symbol of baseball achievement was issued to red birds' team scout William Sayles during this glorious era. In 1967, the Cardinals found themselves the henchmen of the "Curse of the Bambino," fashioning a World Series victory over the "Impossible Dream" Red Sox with the legendary Bob Gibson recording three of the four wins required. The presented ring is identical in design to those earned by Gibson, Brock, Flood and the gang.

    A genuine diamond is set within a black stone on the ring's face, orbited by raised text announcing "World Champions." Left shank provides a remarkably detailed image of Busch Stadium in miniature and the words, "St. Louis Cardinals, 1967." Left shank is engraved with the owner's surname above an image of the bird and bat logo. Interior band is stamped "Balfour 10K" and measures to a size eleven and a half (11.5). Weight is thirty-one grams (31 g.). Fine condition.


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    May, 2019
    16th-17th Thursday-Friday
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