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1992 Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl XXVII Championship Ring StaffGo Back
Winning Bid: $1,870.06
Winning Bid: $1,870.06
Auction ends: 2021-05-22 23:00
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This item originates from the infamous collection of Jack Boyle, Concert Promoter, owner of The Cellar Door where Neil Young & Miles Davis both recorded albums “LIVE.” “Jack was one of the original powerhouse architects of the concert industry”. Boyle died in 2017.
Jack turned Washington’s Cellar Door music club into a venue that hosted the likes of John Denver, Muddy Watters to Joni Mitchell and he went on to build a lucrative production and promotion empire that booked hundreds of acts across the country. He also built many concert venues and was based for many years in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Boyle was also a 2018 Florida Music Awards Hall of Fame inductee. In 2005, Billboard honored Boyle with the Legend of Live award.
Cellar Door Productions, named for Mr. Boyle’s flagship venue, produced more than 500 events each year and reportedly grossed up to $100 million annually, booking acts such as The Rolling Stones, Madonna, Pink Floyd, the Dave Matthews Band, U2 and the Who, as well as overseeing high-profile events including Fourth of July concerts on the Mall and entertainment for President Ronald Reagan’s second inauguration.
From the Jack Boyle collection is this 1992 Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl Championship ring. This ring was for the Cowboys’ third Super Bowl Championship in franchise history and it originated from a staff member.
The ring face was applied in the shape of a football with the team’s Lone Star logo at center. Set into a marquis shaped center section is one star shaped cubic zirconia stone. Surrounding the five pint star is approximately (51) round cubic zirconia stones. Embossed around the center section is “Dallas Cowboys” in raised lettering. There are a total of (8) round cubic zirconia stones are prong set above and below the center section.
The left shank holds an embossed enameled logo of Super Bowl XXVII framed by raised text reporting “World Champions 1992” and the score: “52-17.” The right shank is dominated by an enameled NFL logo and boasts the team’s impressive “16-3” record (inclusive of postseason play) and “TOBIAS 16 3 NFL Staff.
The size is 12.5 with the total weight is 33.3 grams. Engraved inside the shank is “LGB GTC” for the manufacturer Balfour and the composite metal of valadium.
In the game itself, The Cowboys defeated the Bills by the score of 52–17. This game is tied with Super Bowl XXXVII as the third-highest scoring Super Bowl with 69 combined points. Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman was named Super Bowl MVP, completing 22 of 30 passes for 273 yards and four touchdowns for a passer rating of 140.6, while also rushing for 28 yards.