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    1988 Los Angeles Dodgers World Championship Ring. Impressive salesman's sample is a dead ringer (no pun intended) for the prize awarded to the 1988 National League MVP for his crucial contributions to the Dodgers' World Championship cause. Gibson's pinch hit walk-off home run off Dennis Eckersley in the Series' first game still stands as one of the most famous long balls in Major League history, giving instant street cred to this special piece. A faux diamond rests at center of a blue stone at face, encircled by smaller diamonds and the bold lettering "1988 World Champion Dodgers." Left shank features the "LA" logo framed by "Gibson" and "23," with the right shank picturing a miniature World Series trophy beneath "Dodgers" script. Interior band is stamped "Balfour 10k." Size 11.5.

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    October, 2009
    1st-2nd Thursday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
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    Just wanted to let you know how pleased I am regarding the sale of my hockey jersey. You were great to work with, you answered all my phone calls and e-mails in a prompt manner, and you did a great job marketing the jersey.
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