When it comes to Phillies memorabilia, this might be the absolute pinnacle: Harry Kalas’ 2008 World Series ring. The ring is expected to fetch from $50,000-$75,000. It’s already at $28,000. According to the auction, a portion of the money raised from the ring’s sale will go to one of Harry’s favorite charities:
Harry Kalas personal 2008 ring may well represent the most significant specimen that will become available to the collecting public with regard to his importance to the team, its fans, and the city of Philadelphia. The ring has been consigned to the auction directly by the Kalas family and we are pleased to announce that they will be donating a portion of the sale proceeds to the Philadelphia Chapter of the ALS Association to which Harry was a devoted supporter for many seasons.
There is a ton of other Phils-related memorabilia also up for auction (like a CBP foul pole net, Shibe Park turnstile, and about 289 more things), but it really doesn’t get any better than this.