The Super Bowl IV ring that was owned by the late Hank Stram, who coached the team to the NFL championship in 1969, is up for auction. Worthridge Auctions and Retail in Kernersville, N.C., opened the online auction Wednesday and it goes until Dec. 6. The minimum bid was $5,000 and the current high bid as of Wednesday afternoon was $6,050.
The Super Bowl IV ring that was owned by the late Hank Stram, who coached the team to the NFL championship in 1969, is up for auction. Worthridge Auctions and Retail in Kernersville, N.C., opened the online auction Wednesday and it goes until Dec. 6. The minimum bid was $5,000 and the current high bid as of Wednesday afternoon was $6,050. File photo The Associated Press
The Super Bowl IV ring that was owned by the late Hank Stram, who coached the team to the NFL championship in 1969, is up for auction. Worthridge Auctions and Retail in Kernersville, N.C., opened the online auction Wednesday and it goes until Dec. 6. The minimum bid was $5,000 and the current high bid as of Wednesday afternoon was $6,050. File photo The Associated Press
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Hank Stram’s Super Bowl ring is up for auction

November 19, 2014 04:48 PM

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