1967 Green Bay Packers Championship Ring

Packers 1967 Championship Ring (NFL)

Super Bowl II Logo

Super Bowl II culminated Lombardi's coaching career with the Packers, and he spared no effort in having a ring that exemplified his years of glory.

Again, Josten's designed the ring, which is 10k gold and features one full-karat diamond and two half-karat diamonds set in a football-shaped tourmaline. The words "Challenge" and "Run to Win" are featured on one shank together with pennants flying from an outline of the NFL shield. On the other shank is a crown surmounted on a world globe. The rings cost $1,900 each in 1968. It is one of the largest of all Super Bowl rings--"a real knuckle buster," says Ken Westerlund. It weighs 30 pennyweight.

Source: Super Bowl XV Official Game Program (edited)
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