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    1989 San Francisco Giants National League Championship Salesman's Sample Ring. This October showdown between the Giants and the Oakland A's began as the "Battle of the Bay" but was immortalized as the "Earthquake Series" when a massive seismic jolt struck moments before the start of Game Three. The American Leaguers would ultimately sweep in four games, leaving the Giants with rings like the sample offered here. Ring face boldly reports, "Giants, National League Champions" atop a circular design composed of faux diamonds. Left shank holds the surname and jersey number of Will Clark along with a team logo and the result of the National League Championship Series. Right shank holds the logo of the 1989 World Series. Interior band is engraved with a factory code and measures to a size 11.5. Constructed of base metal, 28 g.

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    August, 2020
    29th-30th Saturday-Sunday
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