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    2004 St. Louis Cardinals National League Championship Ring Presented to Stan Musial. Not even the Curse of the Bambino could save the birds from the Red Sox juggernaut, which first shocked the Yankees by surviving a three-games-to-nothing ALCS deficit before sweeping the World Series to end eighty-six years of misery. Consolation prizes don't get much prettier than this, however, presented to the team's greatest living ambassador for his decades of service to the top dogs of the Senior Circuit. A ruby logo bird is offset by a sea of real diamonds on the face, ringed by the words "National League Champions Cardinals." A bold "Stan Musial" appears on left shank above another team logo, while right shank announces "2004, 16th World Series, 105-57." Interior band is stamped "Intergold 14K" and measures to a size ten and a half. Original wood and glass display box is included. NRMT-MT.
    Letter of provenance from the Musial family.


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    November, 2013
    7th-9th Thursday-Saturday
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