2020 Late December Auction Closing January 3
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Under legendary manager Earl Weaver, the 1970 Baltimore Orioles are considered to be one of the true powerhouse teams in baseball history.  They won the AL East with a whopping 108 victories during the regular season. Three starting pitchers (Dave McNally, Mike Cuellar and Jim Palmer) all won at least 20 games, with McNally and Cuellar leading the way with 24 wins apiece. Offensively, Boog Powell led the team with 35 home runs and 114 runs batted in. Frank Robinson batted .306 and Brooks Robinson hit .276 with 94 RBIs. The Orioles made quick work in the postseason, losing only one game overall on their way to a World Series title (by defeating the Cincinnati Reds in five games). Brooks Robinson was awarded the World Series MVP for his play in the Series.

Presented here is a 14K gold women’s ring that presented for the Orioles 1970 World Series championship. This ring has an oval-shaped top with a large orange stone that has single large diamond in the center. “BALTIMORE ORIOLES” and “WORLD CHAMPIONS” are in raised lettering surrounding the outside. Each shank has an Orioles’ bird swinging a bat with “1970” engraved on a crown. The inside of this ring has “JENKINS 14K” gold engraved and this ring is an approximate size of 5 ¾ and weighs roughly 8.16 grams. The ring comes with a burnt orange ring box.

1970 Baltimore Orioles World Series Championship 14K Womens Ring
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Minimum Bid: $1,500.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $1,845.00
Number Bids: 1
Auction closed on Monday, January 4, 2021.
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