1976 Cincinnati Reds World Series Championship Ring
1976 was the last hurrah for the Big Red Machine, which steamrolled the Yankees in four World Series games to capture their second straight championship, ending the first season of the renovated Yankee Stadium. The 7.5-sized ring is stamped Balfour 10k on the inside. The face reads: CINCINNATI REDS '76 WORLD CHAMPIONS with the world series trophy and a genuine diamond in the center of a large "C." The right shank bears the name JACKSON, which refers to the head groundskeeper at the time. BIG RED MACHINE is also imprinted, while the left side features the series score and a picture of Riverfront stadium. A handsome item commemorating an iconic team.
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