The ring represented the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history.
And after Thursday, it was responsible for raising more than $1 million for charity.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft's Super Bowl LI ring, won after the Pats overcame a 28-3 deficit starting late in the third quarter to pull off a dramatic overtime victory against the Atlanta Falcons in 2017, was auctioned for $1.025 million as part of the All In Challenge, which is trying to eliminate food insecurity amid the coronavirus pandemic.
While the winning bidder has not been identified, he or she will receive the ring from Kraft in the organization's trophy room. If desired, Kraft will send the team plane to provide transportation for the event.
The New England Patriots' Super Bowl LI ring. (Photo: Gregory Payan, AP)
The All In website says the ring features 283 diamonds and is a 5.1 carat-weight ring, crafted with 10 karat white gold.
According to its website, the All In Challenge has raised $45.7 million.
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