Bulls championship ring from historic 1995-96 season up for auction

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Tom Dore’s Bulls championship ring from the 1995-96 season. | Goldin Auctions

A piece of history from the best NBA season will be auctioned off on July 31 at the 2015 Goldin Auctions Summer Auction in Chicago.

A championship ring from the Bulls’ 1995-96 championship season will be sold to the highest bidder, with a minimum bid of $2,500. The ring’s estimated sale price is $10,000-plus, according to Goldin Auctions.

The ring belonged to former Bulls broadcaster Tom Dore, and his name is engraved on one side of the ring.

Here are more details, courtesy Goldin Auctions:

[Dore’s] Jostens 14K-gold, size 11 ring features 4 large diamonds (one for each franchise championship), atop a black stone bordered by 74 small diamonds. Beautiful enameled logos for the Bulls and NBA appear on the shanks. Radiant NM condition.

The Bulls went 72-10 that year, marking the best season in NBA history. They beat the Seattle SuperSonics in six games, and Michael Jordan was named the Finals MVP.

See more at Goldin Auctions.

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