Auction house Lelands recently auctioned off a New England Patriots player’s Super Bowl LI Championship Ring. How much do you think it went for? Lock in your guesses now.
Super Bowl LI was the classic game where the Patriots came back from being down 28-3 midway through the third quarter to win 34-28 over the Atlanta Falcons.
The ring features a team logo and the shape of five Lombardi trophies and is made of 110 grams of 10-karat white gold with 275 diamonds totaling 5.1 carats.
Leland won’t reveal which player sold the ring but bidding started at $25,000 and topped off and sold for $92,145.60. That’s some expensive sports memorabilia.