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    1952 Kansas Jayhawks NCAA Championship Ring Presented to Forward Bob Kenney. Coached by the legendary Phog Allen, the 1952 Kansas Jayhawks defeated St. John's in the National Championship game by a score of 80-63, during the first NCAA tournament to have a true "Final Four" format.

    Offered here is star forward Bob Kenney's championship ring that was presented years after his team's memorable 1952 season. Measuring to a size 11.25, the 32 gram 10 karat gold showpiece displays the proper Balfour stamping in the interior band, while a gorgeous blue stone is at the center. NM condition exhibited throughout. Letter of provenance from Bob Kenney's daughter Kirsten Kenney.

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    October, 2018
    18th-19th Thursday-Friday
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