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    2002 San Francisco Giants National League Championship Ring.

    UPDATE: Includes Masters of Design LOA and appraisal statement.

    The 2002 World Series switched momentum when the Anaheim Angels staged a six-run rally in Game 6 against San Francisco. Game 7 was a mere formality as the Angels won their first World Series championship. The Giants were left to wallow following their collapse and finished as National League champions. This impressive size 11.75 ring honors the Giants of 2002. "National League Champions Giants" surrounds a semi-oval black stone with diamonds filling in the team reference. The left shank has the following raised: "Lerner," "San Francisco" and an image of Pacific Bell Park. The right side includes notations of each Giants pennant, "2002 Champs" and "National League Giants." "14k" is engraved inside. Weight is fifty-two grams (52g.). The original box will attend.


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    February, 2017
    25th-26th Saturday-Sunday
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