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2001 Super Bowl Ring
2001 Patriots $70,000
2001 New England Patriots Super Bowl ring
No exact amount was ever detailed. Hayes pawned one of his two Super Bowl Rings for, as reports state, "several hundred dollars" in order to pay for emergency dental work. Hayes neglected to pay back the pawn loan and reclaim the ring. The pawn broker sold the ring in an online auction for $18,000.
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The true value of a Super Bowl ring should be priceless. If an athlete trained hard and earned that ring, no amount would be the right one. However, sometimes one gets into the hands of a pawn shop or sports memorabilia business, and the ring can fetch somewhere in the $20,000.00 range.
The United States TV show "Pawn Stores" did, indeed, buy a Super Bowl ring from a customer who was selling it. It may or may not still be in their inventory. The man selling the ring rejected their offer as he insisted in a much higher price. However, because it was not from a member of the team - let alone a player that saw action on the field - but rather from one of the many members of staff (everyone gets a ring), it was worth very little. The man did eventually return to the store and took their offer.
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16th-century silver bowl from Peru
Brock Williams was #28 for the New England Patriots according to http://www.patriots.com/alumni/index.cfm?ac=alumnibiosdetail&bio=11317His Super Bowl ring is at the Gold and Silver Pawn Shop in Las Vegas.