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Offered is a salesman sample Harry Caray 1989 Baseball Hall of Fame induction ring. Caray was inducted  to the Hall as a broadcaster, technically a "Ford C. Frick Award Winner." Caray began his major league career behind the mike with the St. Louis Cardinals in 1945. After a quarter-century in St. Louis, he migrated to California where he spent the 1970 season broadcasting the games of Charlie Finley's Oakland Athletics. He then moved on to Chicago, where he announced White Sox games for 11 years, after which he went cross-town to Wrigley Field to work for the Cubs. The 10K, size 10 ring weighs 13.5 grams and maintains its stampings on the interior: "Taslisman 10K" and "SS.". Stunning Near Mint condition.

1989 Harry Caray Baseball Hall of Fame Salesman Sample/Prototype Ring
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Minimum Bid: $750
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Estimate: $1,500 - $2,000
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