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    1991 Atlanta Braves National League Championship Salesman's Sample Ring. It was one of the most thrilling World Series in history, culminating in a nail-biting pitcher's duel that ended with Barry Larkin's tenth inning walk-off single to record the first one-to-nothing Game Seven result since 1962. Presented is the ring format that was approved as the consolation prize in this memorable Fall Classic, identical in appeance to the one issued to star slugger David Justice. A logo "A" is studded in faux diamonds on a red stone at center face, encircled by raised text announcing "1991 Braves National League Champions." Left shank rades "Braves First World Series" framed by "Justice" and "23." Right shank reads, "Worst to First, 1991 World Series, Tomahawk Chop." Interior band is stamped "Property of Jostens, Not for Resale" and "10K," and measures to a size eleven. Pristine condition.

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    May, 2015
    14th-16th Thursday-Saturday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 10
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