NFL 1972 1973 Miami Dolphins Super Bowl Championship Replica Fan Rings with Wooden Display Case Set

-8% NFL 1972 1973 Miami Dolphins Super Bowl Championship Replica Fan Rings with Wooden Display Case Set
Miami Dolphins are a professional football team of U.S.A that founded by Joe Robbie and Danny Thomas in 1965 in Miami metropolitan area. As a member of AFC (American Football Conference), the Dolphins won the first Super Bowl in 1972 defeating the Washington Redskins by 14:7, and second in 1973 beating the Minnestoa Vikings 24:7 won Super Bowl VIII in Houston. Miami Dolphins had won 2 times Super Bowl World Champions, which were 1972, 1973, and appearance in Super Bowl for 5 times.
NFL 1972 1973 Miami Dolphins Super Bowl Championship Replica Fan Rings with Wooden Display Case Set includes two championship rings of Miami Dolphins which are NFL 1972 Super Bowl VII, NFL 1973 Super Bowl VIII. This set also includes a beautiful wooden display case with slanted glass window to make the rings display with pride. This is a unique and a great gift to your friends and families, and this is a truly one of a kind item that would stand out in any Miami Dolphins football collection.

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  • Brand: NFL
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  • Estimated Delivery Date: Apr 27 ~ May 1
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Specification
TeamMiami Dolphins
YearNFL 1972 Super Bowl VII & NFL 1973 Super Bowl VIII
SizeUS11.0 | C64.7mm | D20.6mm
MaterialEvery Championship ring spends 28 days through 14 working processes, choose high strength and high quality alloy with 3 times electroplating. High quality crystal were selected and inlay on the top of every Championship Rings
Weight~60g per ring
ShippingDHL Express, normally takes 3-5 business days. Won't deliver to PO Box. Please leave your street address for delivery.

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Tags: NFL, 1972, 1973, Miami, Dolphins, Super Bowl, Florida

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