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    1988 Los Angeles Dodgers World Championship Ring. Best remembered for Kirk Gibson's heroic Game One walk-off homer, the 1988 Fall Classic was waged entirely within the State of California, with the team to the south earning the coveted Championship jewelry. This particular fourteen karat gold example was issued to popular equipment manager "Super Dave" Wright and is consigned by him directly. A genuine .75 carat diamond rests at center of a blue stone at face, encircled by smaller diamonds and the bold lettering "1988 World Champion Dodgers." Approximately .25 carats of smaller diamonds add to the sparkle here. Left shank features the "LA" logo beneath Wright's surname, with the right shank picturing a miniature World Series trophy beneath "Dodgers" script. Ring measures to a size eight and weighs 36.5 grams in total. It presents in NRMT-MT condition, housed in its original hinged glass and wood display case.


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    May, 2012
    3rd-5th Thursday-Saturday
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