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Tom Seaver 1973 New York Mets N.L. Champions Salesman's Sample Ring

Lot Number 180

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Description

In last place as late as August 31, the 1973 New York Mets rose from the depths and advanced to the World Series despite a record-low 82 regular season triumphs. An integral component on a resilient roster, Hall of Famer Tom Seaver went 4-2 in September. This salesman’s sample ring was crafted for Seaver for that championship effort. The Balfour 10-karat gold size 10 accessory weighs 24.3 grams and features a blue center stone with an array of simulated diamonds arranged to form a baseball. A raised-letter proclamation reads “N.L. CHAMPIONS – 1973 – N.Y. METS.” The left shank showcases the Mets’ skyline-themed logo, as well as “SEAVER” and “41” engravings. The opposite shank is home to relief likenesses of Shea Stadium, an NLCS composite line score and a Mets cap. Amazin'!



 
 
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