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In 1947, Major League Baseball changed for the better. This was the year baseball’s color barrier was broken by none other than standout African-American infielder Jackie Robinson who was a member of the Brooklyn Dodgers. In that very first season, the Dodgers won 94 games to win the National League pennant as Robinson batted .297, scored 125 runs, stole 29 bases and was named the very first MLB Rookie of the Year award recipient. However, in the World Series, the Dodgers fell to the New York Yankees in seven games.

This lot features a 1947 Brooklyn Dodgers National League Championship ring. The 14K white gold ring boasts a large diamond centered perfectly on top of a second, larger blue stone. Raised lettering that reads “BROOKLYN BASEBALL CLUB” surrounds the blue stone. Ring size: 9¼; Weight: 24.5 grams. Certainly weathered, the ring shows considerable wear. Each shank features a blue embossed Dodgers logo. The interior band is stamped "Murchison Newark 14K" and is engraved in script with what appears to be "Vincent Pavlich 1947." An incredible piece of baseball memorabilia from one of its most historical seasons ever.

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Minimum Bid: $1,500
Final prices include buyers premium.: $3,509
Number Bids:8
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