1969 Kansas City Chiefs Championship Ring

Chiefs 1969 Championship Ring (NFL)

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The Chiefs, who defeated Minnesota 23-7 in New Orleans for the world championship, were the first team to use the Super Bowl trophy in their ring. Coach Hank Stram and general manager Jack Steadman commissioned Josten's to design a ring that symbolized the victory over the Vikings and acknowledged the club's tenth anniversary.

The ring, which weighs 26 pennyweight, is 10k gold, featuring a full-karat diamond surrounded by 10 smaller diamonds--ranging in size from three to five points--set in a white gold football-shaped crest. The crest is set into a glowing synthetic ruby. On one shank is the American Football League seal surrounded by a crown. The other has the game's score above the Super Bowl trophy.

Source: Super Bowl XV Official Game Program (edited)
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