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What’s a historic Super Bowl ring worth? Heritage Auctions has 12 up for bid

A Super Bowl ring is one of the most coveted prizes in sports. Heritage Auctions has 12 historic Super Bowl rings up for bid in its Fall Sports Auction.

In three months, two of the NFL’s top teams will battle for one of the most coveted prizes in all of sports — a Super Bowl ring.

Imagine being presented with one of the massive, diamond-incrusted, personalized gold rings valued between $30,000-$50,000.

Or, imagine owning a ring from a historic Super Bowl that was once worn by an NFL star or legendary player.

In a red-hot sports memorabilia market where owning almost anything is possible, there are plenty of opportunities to get your hands on a valuable, historic Super Bowl ring.

Heritage Auctions currently has a wide array of Super Bowl rings in its Fall Sports Auction, ranging from a Green Bay Packers ring from the very first Super Bowl to an elaborate, modern gem from the Kansas City Chiefs’ 2019 Super Bowl victory.

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The 1967 Packers ring was owned by legendary offensive lineman Frederick “Fuzzy” Thurston, who won the 1958 NFL Championship with the Baltimore Colts, and then won five more NFL championships with the Packers from 1959-67. 

1967 Green Bay Packers Super Bowl ring owned by offensive lineman "Fuzzy" Thurston.

1967 Green Bay Packers Super Bowl ring owned by offensive lineman "Fuzzy" Thurston.

Thurston retired after the 1967 season and opened Fuzzy’s, a popular bar in the shadow of Lambeau Field, where he would often hold court and talk football with Packers fans.

The gold and silver ring was originally purchased from Thurston’s son and has an estimated value of more than $100,000. It has a current bid of $42,000.

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Thurston’s Packers ring is the centerpiece of Heritage’s collection of Super Bowl rings, which also includes rings from such memorable teams as the 1971 Dallas Cowboys, the 1991 Washington Redskins, the 1988, ’89 and ’90 San Francisco 49ers and the 2019 Chiefs.

Here's a look at the other 11 Super Bowl rings up for bid at Heritage:

• 2019 Kansas City Chiefs ring presented to defensive tackle Devaroe Lawrence (est. value: $50,000+)

2019 Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl ring.

2019 Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl ring.

• 1971 Dallas Cowboys ring presented to offensive lineman Ralph Neely ($40,000+)

• 1991 Washington Redskins ring presented to linebacker Andre Collins ($40,000+)

1991 Washington Redskins Super Bowl ring owned by linebacker Andre Collins.

1991 Washington Redskins Super Bowl ring owned by linebacker Andre Collins.

• 2001 New England Patriots rings presented to WR Troy Brown (small size 6) (est. value: $35,000+)

2001 New England Patriots Super Bowl ring presented to wide receiver Troy Brown.

2001 New England Patriots Super Bowl ring presented to wide receiver Troy Brown.

• 1971 Dallas Cowboys ring presented to offensive lineman Bob Asher ($30,000+)

1971 Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl rings presented to offensive lineman Bob Asher.

1971 Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl rings presented to offensive lineman Bob Asher.

• 1994 San Francisco 49ers ring in original box presented to team employee ($20,000+)

• 1967 Green Bay Packers salesman’s sample from the Glen Christensen Collection ($10,000+)

• 1988 San Francisco 49ers Ladies Ring presented to Jerry Rice’s wife ($6,000+)

• 1990 San Francisco 49ers Ladies Ring presented to Jerry Rice’s wife ($6,000+)

1990 San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl ring presented to Jerry Rice's wife.

1990 San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl ring presented to Jerry Rice's wife.

• 1989 San Francisco 49ers Ladies Ring ($3,000+)

• 1991 Washington Redskins Twelfth Man ring ($500+)

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