October 2014 Auction Ends Thursday, October 30th, 5pm Pacific
This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 10/30/2014
NBA championship ring awarded to Chet Walker upon the Philadelphia 76ers' victory in the 1967 championship game. The team widely considered the greatest of all time won the final against the San Francisco Warriors. Walker, an agile forward was named to the first ever all-rookie NBA team and was formally inducted into the prestigious Hall of Fame on 7 September 2012. After retiring as an athlete Walker authored an autobiography, ''Long Time Coming: A Black Athlete's Coming-Of-Age in America'' and then became a successful producer in Hollywood. Heavy gold square-shaped ring features a diamond, set centrally into a red stone with ''Philadelphia World Champions'' inscribed to the setting. To the left of center is the team logo ''76'' and Walker's name. Opposite is an NBA logo and the year 1967, with record of ''Won 68 Lost 13''. Ring in 14kt gold is size 13.5. Weighs 32 grams. Near fine. Obtained directly from Chet Walker and with an LOA from him.
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Minimum Bid: $27,500
Final prices include buyers premium.: $34,375
Number Bids: 1
Auction closed on Thursday, October 30, 2014.
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