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1989 San Francisco Giants World Series "National League" Champions 10K Gold RARE Proto-Type Ring! 1984 Chicago Sting Soccer NASL Champions 10K Gold Ring! *STAR* WR - Darren Carrington's 2013 Oregon Ducks Alamo Bowl Champions Football Ring!
This stunning, possible one-of-a-kind 1989 S.F. Giants National League Champions 10K Gold Ring is an extremely rare proto-type that was submitted to the Giants by world-renowned BALFOUR. In the end, the San Francisco Giants went with a slightly different version from Balfour. This beautiful ring is a Size-11 and weighs 40-Grams!

Please contact Scott Welkowsky with any questions
(949) 246-0826

This fairly large 1984 Chicago Sting NASL Champions 10K Gold Soccer Ring is manufactured by JOSTENS, and is all original, with the proper Jostens markings engraved inside! This rare ring has superstar - Karl Heinz Granitza on the side, who finished as the NASL's second all-time leading scorer! Weighs a hefty 27.0-Grams of solid 10K gold and is approximately a Size-8.75 to Size-9, but can be sized 1.5 to 2-sizes, since its solid gold!


Any questions, please feel free to call Scott Welkowsky at (949) 246-0826.

Darren Carrington's 2013 Oregon Ducks "Alamo Bowl" Champions Football Championship Ring! This rare, one-of-a-kind ring in near Mint Condition belonged to *STAR* Wide Receiver - Darren Carrington II from the season Oregon finished 11-2 and ranked #9 in the Nation!

A beautiful ring, Carrington was a two-time second-team *All-Pac-12* Conference selection, who had 11-career 100+ yard reception games, and finished with an impressive 2,899-yards receiving with 21-touchdowns in his NCAA career!!

Oregon started-off the 2013 season with an explosive 8-0 start and would be ranked #2 in the Country for 10-weeks, loosing only to #6 ranked Stanford on the road in Palo Alto, and to always tough 8-5 Arizona in Tucson. The Ducks would finish the season strong, beating Oregon State in the "
Civil War" and crushing the Texas Longhorns, 30-7, in the Alamo Bowl in front of 65,918 fans!

A product of San Diego, CA ....Darren redshirted in 2013, and would burst onto the scene at Oregon in 2014, seeing action in 14-games and making 1-start. Carrington finished his freshman season with 37-receptions for 704-yards and 4-TD's! But even more impressive was Carrington's standout performance in the "Rose Bowl" which was the National Championship semi-final game, with 7-receptions for 165-yards and 2-touchdowns of 56-yards & 30-yards from Heisman Trophy winning quarterback, Marcus Mariota, in a 59-20 win over Florida State!! The Ducks would end-up falling short in the National Championship Game, 42-20, to Ohio State.

Carrington attended the 2018 NFL Combine and signed as an undrafted free-agent with the Dallas Cowboys in August, spending the preseason with Dallas before being released as part of the final cuts before the start of the regular season. In October, Carrington signed with the Toronto Argonauts of the CFL.

Produced by Jostens (Stamped: "C" in a Circle, "J" in a Diamond & YLTM) ....it's approximately a Size-13 and weighs 35.2-Grams. Even though this rare ring looks like 10K yellow gold, it's non-gold, with CZ diamonds per NCAA policy.
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Mickey Lolich's Detroit Tigers 1968 *World Series MVP* Sport Magazine's ..."25-Years of World Series Heroes" Award given by MLB!

This striking ....very large illuminated crystal & wood MLB Award was presented by Major League Baseball to Detroit Tigers - Mickey Lolich at a celebration gala in 1979 (framed photo included) for "25-Years of the World Series MVP's"!

The base is a heavy 9" x 13" wood pedestal that is almost 5" tall, and displays a 6" x 4" custom, crystal-etched hologram-like baseball, with the words denoting "World Series MVP 1955-79" making the total dimensions 13" x 18"! A 10.5" x 2.5" polished silver nameplate affixed to the wooden base has the engravings Major League Baseball Sport Magazine, Honor 25 Years of World Series Heroes, Mickey Lolish, Detroit Tigers 1969.
A fluorescent lamp is installed inside the wooden base to light up the crystal; a 68-inch cord with on/off switch extends from the back of the base. Included with the lot is a contemporary 8-by-10-inch color photograph of 18 of the 25 award winners at a reception that also featured MLB Commissioner Bowie Kuhn, with all handsomely outfitted in period-appropriate 1970s leisure suits. The photo is enclosed in a brushed gold frame with easel stand. All elements of the trophy appear to be essentially as-issued. Please feel free to text or call Scott with any questions. (949) 2460-826