Michael Jordan & Summer Premium Auction Closing July 18 10PM Eastern
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The Chicago Bulls won three straight NBA titles (from 1990-91 through the 1992-93 season) before Michael Jordan abruptly – and shockingly – retired from the game of basketball. Returning for a full season during the 1995-96 campaign, Jordan and the Bulls were on a mission to reclaim their stake as league champions. They succeeded in historic fashion. Under head coach Phil Jackson, Chicago finished the regular season with a record of 72-10, as Jordan led the league in scoring, averaging 30.4 points per game. Scottie Pippen averaged 19.4 PPG, while Dennis Rodman recorded a league-best 14.9 rebounds per contest. The Bulls stormed through the playoffs, going a combined 15-3, on their way to another NBA championship, defeating the Seattle SuperSonics in the NBA Finals.

Presented here is a Jostens 10K gold championship salesman sample ring for the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls championship team. This ring has four larger full-cut cz stones (each topping an image of an NBA championship trophy) set against a dark center stone. 72 smaller full-cut cz stones appear around the outer perimeter. One shank has “JORDAN”, the Bulls logo in red and white, “96 96” and “23” in raised relief. The opposite shank has “WORLD CHAMPIONS” with the Chicago skyline and the NBA logo in red and blue, along with “72 WINS GREATEST TEAM EVER” in raised relief. Inventory number “7877-7” and “10921”, manufacturer “PROPERTY OF JOSTENS NOT FOR RESALE”and 10K marks appear inside the band. This ring is an approximate size 10 ½ and weighs approximately 38.00 grams.

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Minimum Bid: $1,500.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $3,997.50
Number Bids: 13
Auction closed on Sunday, July 19, 2020.
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