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Under head coach Gary Kubiak, the Denver Broncos finished the 2015 regular season with a record of 12-4, good for first place in the AFC West Division. In the playoffs, the Broncos won close games over the Pittsburgh Steelers (by a final score of 23-16) and New England Patriots (20-18), to earn a spot in Super Bowl 50. On February 7, 2016, the Broncos defeated the Carolina Panthers - a team entering the game with an overall record of 17-1 – by a score of 24-10 to claim football’s highest prize. Running backs Ronnie Hillman (863 rushing yards) and C.J. Anderson (720) shared the workload on the ground while Demaryius Thomas (105 receptions for 1,304 yards) was the team’s featured target through the air.

Presented here is a Jostens 10K gold 2015 Denver Broncos Super Bowl 50 Championship ring. The face of this beauty is one of the most stunning you will ever see, featuring images of the Broncos logo, three Lombardi Trophies, and the number 50…. all surrounded by a bed of continuous diamonds. “WORLD CHAMPIONS” reads in relief lettering. One shank of the ring displays an image of a diamond-filled Lombardi Trophy, along with “DENVER BRONCOS THIS ONE’S FOR PAT 2015”, in reference to longtime CEO Pat Bowlen, who had stepped down from his ownership role due to the onset of Alzheimer’s Disease. Appearing on the opposite shank is the name “MILLS” above a string of diamonds, the NFL logo and the image of a football. A Broncos logo, opponents and final scores of the playoff games, and the date of Super Bowl 50 all appear inside the band, which shows a minuscule chip on the back. JOSTENS 10K marks also appear inside this approximate size 13 ½ ring which weighs approximately 60.0 grams. This item comes with the original hinged presentation box, etched with the Denver Broncos team logo and boasting “SUPER BOWL 50 CHAMPIONS”.

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Minimum Bid: $12,000.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $36,000.00
Number Bids: 7
Auction closed on Sunday, February 18, 2018.
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