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1963 Los Angeles Dodgers World Series ring, belonging to Stephen W. Mulvey, whose family co-owned the Dodgers from 1912-1975. In this match-up of the Dodgers vs. the Yankees, the Dodgers swept the series in four games, powered by pitchers Sandy Koufax, Don Drysdale, and Johnny Podres who completely controlled the series, never giving the Yankees the lead. In fact, this would be the first time that the Yankees had ever been swept in a World Series.

Gorgeous 14K white gold ring by Balfour features a round-cut diamond at center, set against a Dodgers-blue stone, encircled by ''Los Angeles World Champions''. Right shank reads ''1963'' with ''4 Straight'' above a baseball with ''Dodgers'' over it. On the sides are the scores of each of the four games. Left shank has a baseball and bats with Mulvey's name engraved. ''Balfour 14K'' is engraved to inner band. Ring size is 11.25. Near fine condition. Consigned directly from the Mulvey family.
1963 Los Angeles Dodgers World Series Ring -- Belonging to the Mulvey Family Who Co-Owned the Dodgers1963 Los Angeles Dodgers World Series Ring -- Belonging to the Mulvey Family Who Co-Owned the Dodgers1963 Los Angeles Dodgers World Series Ring -- Belonging to the Mulvey Family Who Co-Owned the Dodgers1963 Los Angeles Dodgers World Series Ring -- Belonging to the Mulvey Family Who Co-Owned the Dodgers
1963 Los Angeles Dodgers World Series Ring -- Belonging to the Mulvey Family Who Co-Owned the Dodgers1963 Los Angeles Dodgers World Series Ring -- Belonging to the Mulvey Family Who Co-Owned the Dodgers
1963 Los Angeles Dodgers World Series Ring -- Belonging to the Mulvey Family Who Co-Owned the Dodgers
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Auction closed on Thursday, December 12, 2019.
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