Mid-Summer Classic Auction 2013
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On January 25, 1998, the Denver Broncos claimed not only their first Super Bowl title, but they earned the franchise's initial Super Bowl ring as well. The center of the 14K gold ring is an interlocking real diamond display of the Broncos' logo. The horse's mane is made with Australian diamonds, while its neck contains Quadrillion diamonds. They sit on a wall of diamonds bordered by the words "WORLD CHAMPIONS." There are five diamonds on each side of the ring's center, representing 55, which was the combined point total of the two teams. The Size 11 1/2 ring's left side has five diamonds, one symbolizing each of Denver's five Super Bowl teams, along with the executive's name, "Ramsey." The ring's right side displays the Lombardi Trophy and an engraving of Qualcomm Stadium, the site of Super Bowl XXXII, with a real diamond serving as the football on the Lombardi Trophy. The ring is protected in an official Denver Broncos brushed felt display box and comes with a Letter of Authenticity from former player and Bronco's executive Tom Ramsey.