1959 Chicago White Sox American League Championship Ring - 100% Authentic - RARE For Sale
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1959 Chicago White Sox American League Championship Ring - 100% Authentic - RARE:
Obtained directly from former MLB player/coach Tony Cuccinello. 100% guaranteed authentic, comes with COA from Sport Collectors, Ltd. From my father's personal collection. He purchased this ring directly from Tony Cuccinello, coach on the 1959 American League Champion Chicago White Sox. This ring has been in his possession since the 1970's when he purchased the ring from Mr. Cuccinello. I have tried my best to take accurate pictures but it was VERY difficult considering the size of the ring. A.F.(Anthony Francis) Cuccinelllo engraved on the ring's interior. Ring is in superb shape and I believe the diamond in the center to be real but not certain. This is the only 1959 Sox ring I have ever seen available for sale and may be unique to the hobby. I can try and answer any questions to the best of my ability on a personal basis. Shipping cost includes insurance and signature required.PAYMENT BY PAYPAL ONLY.buyers WITH LESS THAN 5 responseS MUST OBTAIN PERMISSION BEFORE offerDING. PLEASE EMAIL ME WITH QUESTIONS BEFORE offerDING. offer with confidence, 4300+ positive responses. PAYMENT REQUIRED WITHIN 24 HOURS OF sale'S END. If you do not agree with these terms, please refrain from offerding. Thanks for looking and Good Luck!
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