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Super Bowl ring of Miami Dolphins' player sold at auction

A Super Bowl ring once belonging to long-time Bay Area resident Bob Heinz, who was part of the Miami Dolphins' famed No-Name Defense, sold last week at auction for $68,004. According to sports memorabilia distributor Ken Goldin it was the first time a Miami player's ring for the 1972 or '73 championships was offered in a public sale. The Dolphins went 17-0 in 1972 to become the only NFL team to go undefeated in the regular season. Heinz, a Peninsula advertising executive for three decades, had sold the ring within the past year to a private collector, who offered it through Goldin Auctions at the National Sports Collectors Convention in Chicago last week. A person from...

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