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

In 2003, the heavily favored Yankees would face the Florida Marlins in the World Series. The Yankees were going for 5th World Series title in 8 years and 6th World Series appearance. The Yankees would lose this World Series in 6 games. The Yankees outscored the Marlins 21-17. The owner of the Marlins, Jeffrey Loria, wanted to make a point with this ring making it the biggest at the time. This size 13, 94.6 grams of the 14K gold ring contains real rubies and diamonds with a teal diamond in the eye of the Marlin on top. This provides a base for the Marlin fish, with the words “MARLINS WORLD CHAMPIONS.” The left shank reads "World Series - 100th Anniversary - 2003" and features the Major League Baseball logo. Also displayed on that side are the team logos of both the Marlins and their postseason opponents as well as the series score in games. The right shank features the Championship Trophy and lists the year "2003” and the team's regular season record "91-71” plus the name and number of player. Along the interior of the band is "Intergold" and "14K." This ring did not belong to this player as we were told that 2 were made one for player and other by accident. This is exactly what player received. The name has been blacked out and will be disclosed to the winner.
2003 FLORIDA MARLINS WORLD SERIES PLAYER'S RING2003 FLORIDA MARLINS WORLD SERIES PLAYER'S RING2003 FLORIDA MARLINS WORLD SERIES PLAYER'S RING
2003 FLORIDA MARLINS WORLD SERIES PLAYER'S RING
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Current Bidding (Reserve Has Been Met)
Minimum Bid: $2,500
Final prices include buyers premium.: $23,431
Number Bids: 6
Auction closed on Sunday, July 16, 2017.

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