1977 World Champion New York Yankees Ring
In Game Six of the 1977 World Series, Reggie Jackson blasted a flat Charlie Hough knuckleball into the cool, electric night at Yankee Stadium. When the ball landed 475 feet later, the legend of "Mr. October" was born, and the Yankees were all but assured their 21st World Series title. Here is a beautiful salesman sample of the Yankees '77 championship prize. The size-11.5 ring shows a splendid interlocking NY on the face, framed with the words "YANKEES WORLD CHAMPIONS". The left panel displays a miniature World Series trophy in the middle of Yankee Stadium with "1977" "etched above and "PRIDE" and "TRADITION" below. The right panel has "Jackson" written on the top and "YANKEES 21st WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP" etched in cursive below. "LGs 10K" is stamped inside the band of this piece of history.
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