The Baltimore Colts 1970 Super Bowl V Championship Ring is one of the most attractive of the early Super Bowl rings. Firstly,the Colts Super Bowl V ring embeded the team’s logo (Horseshoe) font and center on the championship ring, this was the first and a brilliant creation to make the team championship rings highly identified and up to date, it is still being used on most of the men sprots championship rings. Secondly, The word“Super Bowl” is firstly and remarkably displayed on the side of the ring, refecting that the AFL-NFL Merger was completed and the new world champion was officially giving birth as super bowl.
The 1970 Super bowl play was marked as poor play and the MVP was even given to the losing team, Along this theme, Colts defensive end Bubba Smith would later refuse to wear his Super Bowl V ring because of the “sloppy” play.
But this Colts Championship ring is still worthy to buy. Come on, this is just a start of long NFL play. we got to be patient.