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    1984 Wayne Gretzky Edmonton Oilers Stanley Cup Championship Salesman's Sample Ring. You know the Great One will never give up the genuine article, so this is as close as you'll get to owning a Stanley Cup ring from hockey's greatest figure. Gretzky won four Stanley Cups with the Oilers in a five-season span, and this represents the first, an elegantly simple design featuring a faux diamond on the face and text reading "Oilers Stanley Cup Champions" forming the perimeter. Left shank announces the vintage with a figural Stanley Cup and text boasting, "Series 4-1." Right shank reports "Gretzky 99," framing an Oilers logo. Stamped both "10K" and "14K" at interior band, but tests to 14K--we believe that the small area surrounding the stone on the face may be the 10K portion referenced in the stamping, but the bulk of the ring is the more expensive gold format.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2014
    6th-8th Thursday-Saturday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 8
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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