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The 1983 Los Angeles Raiders pummeled the Washington Redskins 38-9 to win this Super Bowl, highlighted by Marcus Allen’s spectacular 74 yard touchdown run. This ring was presented to the Raiders long time trainer, George Anderson, and comes with a letter signed by Anderson. The top of the 14K gold ring features three real diamond studded footballs, representing the franchise’s three Super Bowl wins. This is on top of a black onyx field which exhibits two small chips in the lower portion. “LOS ANGELES RAIDERS WORLD CHAMPIONS” is on the top and bottom of the perimeter in high relief while both perimeter sides have five diamonds. One shank features the name and position “ANDERSON TRAINER” with the year “1983,” the term “POISE” and the Raiders logo. The other shank has "SUPERBOWL XVIII" at the top, followed by the final score, "Raiders 38, Redskins 9" carved between an etching of the Lombardi Trophy. Below is "AFC Champions" with a large AFC logo, surrounded on one side by "Raiders 30" and, on the other, by "Seahawks 14," the final score of the 1983 AFC Championship game. Beneath that, the word "PRIDE" can be found in large, black lettering above the year, "1983.” The ring is sized 11 ½ and weighs 46 grams. Within the band is the engraved Lennox manufacturers stamp. This is a very desirable ring, from the last Super Bowl won by the silver and black. Very good condition with two chips in the black onyx of the face. Comes with a replica presentation box, a virtual exact duplicate of the original. LOA from George Anderson.
Super Bowl XVIII LA Raiders Ring and Box Presented to Raiders Trainer George Anderson (Anderson LOA)
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Minimum Bid: $5,000.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $14,920.10
Number Bids: 10
Auction closed on Saturday, November 2, 2013.
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