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The 1927 MLB season is remembered historically as arguably the most dominant year in not only New York Yankees history, but MLB history as a whole. The Yankees bolstered their roster with the legendary and incredible loaded “Murderer’s Row” lineup highlighted by superstars Earle Combs, Mark Koenig, Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Bob Meusel, and Tony Lazzeri. The 1927 Yankees recorded a league-best 110-44 record landing first place in the American League standings. The Yankees would face off against the Pittsburgh Pirates in the World Series, sweeping them with ease in four games with a +13 run differential.  

Presented here is centerfielder Ben Paschal’s 1927 New York Yankees World Series Championship ring. The 14k gold ring boasts a large central diamond surrounded by the text “NEW YORK YANKEES WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP” and incredible design work throughout. Both the left and right shanks read “NEW YORK” and “1927” designating the year. The inner band of the ring has been stamped with “D&C14K” for Dieges & Clust and 14k for the makeup of the ring. “B.E. Paschal” has been engraved in cursive on the inner band as well and remains in perfectly legible condition. 1927 was the first year that New York Yankees received rings for their championship efforts designating this example the original New York Yankees championship ring. An iconic masterpiece that does not come to market often. Weight: 27 grams Size: 11.5. This ring is accompanied by a TJ Kaye LOA.

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