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    1982 Miami Dolphins AFC Championship Prototype Ring. Led by the famed "Killer Bees" on defense and quarterback David Woodley, the 1982 Dolphins cruised through the NFL's strike shortened season, and made it all the way to Super Bowl XVII. While admittedly, the Phins fell short to the Washington Redskins in that season's Big Game, it will still go down as one of the more impressive teams Miami history.

    Presented here is an extremely scarce prototype ring representing the Phins' 1982 AFC Championship run. Made by "Terryberry", the ring is one of only a few that were made, and it originates from a friend of Joe Robbie Jr. Weighing in at 28 grams, the size 11.5 showpiece consists of base metal, and has a huge CZ on the top. In addition, its original Terryberry box and outside cover is included, and the ring itself exhibits minimal wear throughout. Email printout from ring's original owner is included.

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    August, 2017
    19th-20th Saturday-Sunday
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