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    2008-09 UD "Michael Jordan Legacy" Jersey Group (4) - All Limited Edition. It was no secret that in 2009 Michael Jordan would become a first-ballot member of the Basketball Hall of Fame. Jordan-mania was still in full swing in 2008 when Upper Deck honored his "Airness" with a special limited edition series titled "Michael Jordan Legacy." Every card produced had a unique serial number and production was limited to only 23 of each card. To make sure these special cards would remain fan favorites, every glossy and extra thick card contained a swatch from an actual game-used Michael Jordan jersey. Offered is a 4-card selection which includes: Michael Jordan Legacy #MJ-24 - Limited Edition #18 of 23, Michael Jordan Legacy #MJ-31 - Limited Edition #11 of 23, Michael Jordan Legacy #MJ-34 - Limited Edition #20 of 23 and Michael Jordan Legacy #MJ-60 - Limited Edition #12 of 23.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2013
    5th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 15
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