Rather than riding off into the sunset in 1998, John Elway decided to give the Broncos one more season. It turned out to be one of the best decisions of his life as the Broncos went 14-2 clinching home field advantage throughout the playoffs. The successful season culminated with a victory in Super Bowl XXXIII over the Atlanta Falcons, and Elway’s former head coach, Dan Reeves. Elway also received MVP honors for his efforts in his 5th Super Bowl appearance.
Offered here is a second Super Bowl ring that was presented to Broncos Ticket Office Administrator Jim Reese. Accompanied by it’s beautiful presentation box, the stunning piece made by Jostens is the exact same style and quality as presented to John Elway and his teammates (the Broncos chose not to offer graded rings to non-player employees as many organizations do). Consisting of 14 karat gold and an 18 karat gold two-Bronco head on the top. “World Champions” is spelled around the border, while 34 original diamonds are beautifully inserted. In addition, 82 white and yellow diamonds make up the background behind the double horse head, and the left side reads “Reese” with six diamonds and the right features two marquis diamonds. The interior of the band is properly stamped “14K JOSTENS.” Mint condition.
Accompanied by full LOA from PSA/DNA as well as a personal letter from Jim Reese, and appraisal from the ring manufacturer, Jostens.
98 Super Bowl. 33 Ring
Presentation Box is 2 ¾” deep. 7.5” x 6”
98 – 2 lbs box
98 – NFL XXXIIIRING
Note: We will consider a discount of both rings are sold together