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One of the most enduring images in World Series history is that of Carlton Fisk famously waving his arms, successfully pushing his home run fair in Game 6 of the 1975 World Series at Fenway Park. That signature moment belies the painful truth to the Red Sox faithful that the Cincinnati Reds actually prevailed in the Series in the decisive game the very next night. This ruby-red ring commemorating the Big Red Machine's triumph measures 7.5 and belonged to a man named Jackson, who was Riverfront Stadium's head groundskeeper during that magical Big Red Machine era. The top reads: CINCINNATI REDS 1975 WORLD CHAMPIONS and features a diamond-surrounded inset inside a large red stone. The right shank denotes Jackson's name and the stadium encircling The Big Red Machine. The left side depicts the World Series trophy with the series score. The interior is LGB 14k. The ring does have modest wear from use but is a smart-looking keepsake from one of baseball's most storied teams.
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Summer/August 2006 Catalog