Click For Photo: https://coxrare.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/cubs-1-e1498578401943.jpg?w=1200&h=627&crop=1
The Cubs have been on cloud nine, sailing through this season on a high from winning the 2016 World Series, but it seems at least one member of the Cubs family has already moved on from the glory of breaking the alleged curse.
Whoever this person may be, they’re letting the world know they’re over the excitement by putting an Official 2016 World Series ring commemorating the Cubs’ victory up for auction, according to WGN.
Opening - Bid - Ring - End - Drought
The opening bid for the ring that symbolizes an end to the 108-year drought the Cubs faced was a mere $1,098, according to the Chicago Sun Times. While the seller of the ring has their name engraved in the piece, Leland’s Auctions, the site selling it, does not name the scout in any description as a way to “honor their anonymity.”
The starting bid, a little nod to the last time the Cubs won the World Series, is shockingly lower than what the ring has been appraised for at values of more than $50,000, according to WGN. With 214 diamonds including...
(Excerpt) Read more at: Rare
Wake Up To Breaking News!