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This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 7/16/2017

The Dolphins are the only team in history that went undefeated going 14-0 in the regular season and 3-0 in the postseason in the Super Bowl era. The only team to come close to the was the New England Patriots that finished the 2007 season undefeated but were defeated by the underdog Giants in the Super Bowl. Morrall was picked up on waivers before the season and would become the starting quarterback following Griese's injury on October 15th. He would lead the Dolphins to an undefeated regular season and 2 wins in the playoffs but he struggled in the AFC Championship game and would be replaced by Griese in the Super Bowl. Griese started the Super Bowl and with the Dolphins running game and their defense they would defeat the Redskins 14-7. This players ring is a rare item as they rarely leave the family and are handed down to family members. Center diamond rests on the middle of a aqua stone surrounded by 16 small diamonds which represent each of their 16 other victories. Players name will be given to the winner of the auction, His name is on left side with the Dolphins log and "WINNING EDGE". The other side has "SUPER BOWL VII," "DOLPHINS 14 REDSKINS 7," "17-0," with Perfect Season surrounding the Lombardi Trophy. This ring was sent back to the factory to have center stone replaced and was re-done at the factory. This ring has Jostens stamp 14k, with real diamonds including a .75 carat center diamond, size 11.25 and a weight of 46.7 grams. This is a super rare ring and to find a players ring is virtually impossible.
1972 MIAMI DOLPHINS PLAYER RING FROM UNDEFEATED SEASON SUPER BOWL RING1972 MIAMI DOLPHINS PLAYER RING FROM UNDEFEATED SEASON SUPER BOWL RING1972 MIAMI DOLPHINS PLAYER RING FROM UNDEFEATED SEASON SUPER BOWL RING
1972 MIAMI DOLPHINS PLAYER RING FROM UNDEFEATED SEASON SUPER BOWL RING
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Auction closed on Sunday, July 16, 2017.

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