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And by getting the ring back, we mean he got a different ring.
introduced himself as "Mookie."
The Royals gave Wilson’s business partner, Helen Mohr, permission to have an exact duplicate of the ring made and she led efforts to raise almost $9,000 to have the work done by Balfour Jewelry
Will the "uniqueness" of this exact duplicate make it more or less valuable than the original?
I lost my college baseball four-year letterman's ring a few years after I graduated.
Man, that's pretty quick to go bankrupt. Philosophy major?
My parents contacted Balfour and had them make me an identical ring to their original, and surprized me with it on my birthday. One of the nicest presents I've ever received.
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