1966 Green Bay Packers Championship Ring

Packers 1966 Championship Ring (NFL)

Super Bowl I Logo

Vince Lombardi and his two captains, tackle Bob Skoronski and defensive end Willie Davis, worked with Josten's Ken Westerlund to design the ring that commemorates the Super Bowl I championship.

It is 10k gold and features a one-karat diamond inset in a white gold hemispheric globe. In 1967, gold cost about $32 an ounce. That price had risen to about $600 an ounce in 1981. On one side of the shank, Westerlund developed a detail from the Lombardi family coat of arms and combined it in a pattern with emblems of the AFL and NFL. The opposite shank features the scores of the 1966 NFL championship game and Super Bowl I. The ring weighs 23 pennyweight.

Source: Super Bowl XV Official Game Program (edited)
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