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The Pittsburgh Steelers were undeniably the powerhouse National Football League team of the 1970s, winning four Super Bowls over a six-year span. The last of those titles came following the 1979 season, courtesy of a 31-19 win over the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl XIV, played January 20, 1980 in front of the largest ever crowd for a Super Bowl (103,985). Pittsburgh’s roster was loaded with legendary players such as Terry Bradshaw, Franco Harris, John Stallworth, Jack Lambert, Jack Ham and Donnie Shell. Bradshaw threw for 3,724 yards and 26 touchdowns, Harris rushed for 1,186 yards and 11 TDs, while Stallworth caught 70 balls for 1,183 yards and 8 TDs. Receiver Jim Smith posted 17 receptions with two touchdowns.

Featured here is a Jostens 10K gold 1979 Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl championship player’s ring that was presented to Smith. Four diamonds, a half-carat each with a 2-carat total weight – signifying the team’s titles – make up the face, with “PITTSBURGH 1979 WORLD CHAMPIONS” displayed around the perimeter in raised relief work. A Steelers team emblem appears on the ring’s right shank, along with Smith’s name and number 86. The logo of Super Bowl XIV – and the game’s final score of 31-19 – are shown on the opposite shank. JOSTENS 10K is marked inside the band of this approximate size 11 ring. This item weighs approximately 35.2 grams.

1979 Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl Championship Players Ring- Smith
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Minimum Bid: $12,500.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $70,800.00
Number Bids: 20
Auction closed on Sunday, August 12, 2018.
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