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    1991 Atlanta Braves National League Championship Ring Presented to Coach Roy Majtyka.
    This spectacular listing represents the magical Atlanta Braves team that went from worst to first place in the National League during the memorable 1991 season. Unfortunately, the Minnesota Twins were the only thing that stood in the Braves' way of winning the World Series Championship that year, but this National League Championship ring is a phenomenal way to remember that significant squad. The prize was issued to coach Roy Majtyka given his association with the team. "Worst to First 1991 World Series Tomahawk Chop" and "Majtyka Braves First World Series Staff" on the shanks. Diamonds make up the "A" on the top center. "10K Jostens" is engraved inside. Weight is thirty-six grams (36g.) on the size ten ring. A generic black ring case is included. Original purchase LOA.

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    May, 2018
    17th-18th Thursday-Friday
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