Top 10: Green Bay Packers memorabilia
10. Lew Anderson 1965 NFL championship ring - $9,375
Talent scout Lew Anderson's 1965 Green Bay Packers 10K gold and diamond championship ring achieved $9,375 in April 2008 at Sotheby’s.
9. Bernardo Harris 1997 NFC championship ring - $10,000
Linebacker Bernardo Harris' 1997 Green Bay Packers NFC championship ring achieved $10,000 in April 2010 at Heritage Auctions.
8. 1966 team signed football - $11,400
Sotheby's in New York sold a football signed by the 1966 Super Bowl championship team for $11,400 in December 2005.
7. Lew Anderson 1962 NFL championship ring - $13,750
Scout Lew Anderson's 1962 Green Bay Packers 14K gold and diamond championship ring sold for $13,750 in April 2008 at Sotheby's.
6. 1936 team signed football - $14,000
A football signed by the championship winning 1936 team sold for $14,000 at Heritage Auctions in November 2011.
5. Signed 1929 team photo - $14,000
Heritage Auctions sold a signed photograph of the Green Bay Packers team from their 1929 championship season – their first – for $14,000 in April 2010.
4. 1937-38 team signed football - $17,000
A football signed by the 1937-1938 Green Bay Packers team achieved $17,000 at Heritage Auctions in August 2011. Included in the signatures was that of founder and then coach Curly Lambeau.
3. Lew Anderson 1968 Super Bowl championship ring - $21,250
Packers scout Lew Anderson's 1968 Super Bowl II 14K gold and diamond championship ring made $21,250 at Sotheby's in April 2008.
2. Frederick "Fuzzy" Thurston 1967 Super Bowl championship Ring - $42,500
Frederick "Fuzzy" Thurston's 1967 Green Bay Packers Super Bowl championship ring sold for $42,500 in August 2011 at Heritage Auctions.
The ring was awarded to the guard for victory in what was his last ever game. It was also coach Vince Lombardi’s last ever championship.
1. Don Hutson game-used jersey - $67,500
Don Hutson's game-used Green Bay Packers jersey sold for $67,500 in August 2011 at Heritage Auctions. The jersey was worn by the star wide-receiver between 1937 and 1945.
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