March 18, 2015

A gorgeous NY-Penn championship ring, with a high-end, personalized display box might be the perfect item for a ring collector on a tight budget.

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The New York–Penn League is a minor league baseball league which plays in the northeastern U.S. It’s classified as a “Short-Season A” league; its season starts in June, after major-league teams have signed their amateur draft picks to professional contracts, and ends in early September.

Pictured above is a gorgeous championship ring and the personalized (Viera is the player’s last name) glass display case.

If you want to build a championship ring collection, and cheap knockoffs are not for you, check out the minor league, college and even high school rings available for sale.

Please note the Viera ring is not for sale, it was photographed by the proud owner on Twitter.

Championship rings for college, high school and semi-pro teams can be just as large as Super Bowl rings. A perfect example of this is the championship football ring from a College Division III team, shown below:

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The ring, made by Jostens, is the same mold as the famous New England Super Bowl XXXVIII ring!

Surprising as it may be, the Division III championship ring shown above, would sell for around $500 – $1,000 because as large and impressive as the ring is, it doesn’t contain real gold or real diamonds.

Keep in mind that a high school championship ring won’t contain gold or diamonds and would sell in the $100 – $500 range. Minor league baseball rings may have gold and diamonds, but sometimes they don’t. Because of the differences in minor league rings, they can sell anywhere from $350 – $2,000 depending upon the championship ring’s contents.

Please remember, I buy championship rings. If you want to sell your championship ring, I’d like to hear from you.

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