I do things a little bit different than most people do as many of you have found out. First of all I DON’T SELL and DON’T OFFER any Fakes, Copies, or Replica Rings. There is nothing wrong with buying products like this it’s just not what I choose to sell. So when you see a Ring that you want to buy or buy a Championship Ring from me on ebay or on my site you can rest assure that it’s a 100% REAL Authentic Championship Team Issued Ring. 98% of all of the Rings I offer for sale are REAL Player Rings too with a very small percentage of them being staff or non player Rings. I occasionally will get and offer a Real Salesman Sample Ring for sale. If I sell one of these Rings it will be a 100% REAL Authentic Salesman Sample Ring, meaning the Ring will have ALL of the specs of a real player ring and will be made by the SAME Company who made the Real Players Rings. They will also contain the “Proper Manufacture” Markings inside of the Ring. These Rings will be the EXACT same Ring that players receive except they will have a name of a predominate player or coach on the side and they will have CZs instead of Diamonds. Sometime the back of the Ring will be cut out as many of the Real Sample Rings are done this way to discourage people from wearing them. Some people choose to fill them in and then wear them. I don’t sell that many Salesman Sample Rings as I try to sell more of the Real Player Rings if possible. When I sell rings I will not usually list a selling price but will take "Best Offers" and go from there. This isn’t Amazon or Wal-Mart I don’t have to put a price tag on every ring I am selling. A lot of the Rings I will be selling on my site will be also appearing on ebay for a short time so if you notice that some of them are the same they were just on ebay and then I put them on my site here. But as soon as I have a solid offer or if a Ring has been sold I will update the site to reflect that the ring is no longer for sale. I will be real good at updating the site to reflect what is currently for sale and what has been sold. Nothing worse than going to a site and seeing an item and a price and wanting to buy an item just to find out it was an ad that is 2 years or older and that the item has been long since sold. Not here if you see it in the for sale section the Ring will be for sale and I will still have it.
I will begin to shortly consign items to sell as well. When I get closer to decide how I am going to be doing it I will post it here on this site. I do also buy Championship Rings and other Championship items of interest. As stated on my old ebay ads I am currently buying 1999 FSU National Championship Players Ring, 2002 Ohio State National Championship Players Ring, Any USC National Championship Rings, Any University of Texas Rings, Texas A&M Rings, 1998 Tennessee National Championship Rings, Most Div I National Championship Rings, Any Miami Hurricanes Rings, Any Super Bowl Rings or other Big Championship Rings I may be interested. Also would be interested in any Kansas State or Kansas Championship Rings. I also buy Championship Trophies. Please email me at email@example.com with all items that you want to sell and if you have photos please send them along as well with a price you are asking for them. A certified check can be over nighted to you once I receive the ring or items.
Many of the rings that you will see in the Ring Photo sections are from my Personal Ring Collection and are not normally for sale but I have learned in recent months that most everything or everyone has a their “Price”. So if you ever see a ring that I have shown here on the site that you are interested in I may still have it or it maybe for sale if the offer is to my liking. So take a look at the site and tell me what you think. I will be updating and improving the site every week and it will be updated almost daily. I am trying to find a good way to take requests as every week I get hundreds of emails from collectors who want certain rings. I don’t make the Rings so getting a particular ring is usually a hit and miss thing. You have to remember players usually don’t sell them so in order for me to offer a ring for sale they have to sell them to me or to someone else. This makes getting any Championship Ring this much harder. This is another reason why “Championship Rings” hold their value better than most any other Sports Collectible. Since they are not mass produced as like most other collectibles they are indeed hard but not impossible to find. This is what killed the baseball card hobby. Too many companies way too many cards. Nothing was real hard to find or limited. Championship Rings are way different. You have to remember that in any given year a football team may only have between 85 to 100 players on a team and how many of them will sell or get rid of their rings?? If you want Rare or Limited consider a Basketball Team, in any given year a winning team will only have about 13 or 14 players so to find a real Ring once owned by an actual basketball player gets pretty hard to come by as compared to football rings. So no matter how you look at it Championship Rings are limited and are hard to come by.
There is nothing like buying your Very first Championship Ring. My first Ring I ever had the chance to buy and own was a Kansas State Independence Bowl Ring. It wasn’t too fancy but it was a Bowl Ring and it fit so I was hooked. Now I own the worlds largest collection of Kansas State Championship Rings. I have at least one of every Kansas State Ring the football program ever put out. Took a while to get every one of them but its a unique collection that most people wouldn't think of collecting. Now my latest collection conquest is the complete Run of Big XII Championship Football Rings. This is one cool run of rings but doesn’t compare to the current run I am most proud of.
I currently have a string of National Championship Rings from every Div I Football National Championship Team from nearly the past 20 years or so. Took a great deal of time and MONEY to accomplish it and indeed they look cool. I had been asked what it would take to get or complete a collection of every Super Bowl Ring that would be 39 different Rings. I told this guy he was crazy to even think of trying to do this. He wanted ALL real players rings too. I would say it would be pretty hard just trying to find salesman samples of all 39 rings. Some of those Teams didn’t even come out with samples so that adds to the difficulty. But if you have the money and time almost anything is in your grasp. If they put a Ring there is a chance be it a small one that it could hit the market. Look at O.J. Simpson’s Heisman Trophy it came up for sale at one time. It was not cheap but sooner or later things like this do come up. But some things never do but that’s the fun of collecting. If everything were easy it wouldn’t be fun. Sometime the quest for the Rings is what drives people to win a Championship and sometimes this same thing drives Collectors like myself to get each ring in a collection. Its part of the fun of Collecting.
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