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    2000 Ultimate Collection Michael Jordan (Ultimate Game Jersey Gold) #MJ-J SGC 92 NM/MT+ 8.5 Plus . Like the athlete it celebrates, the offered trading card is the best of the best, with no equals. Pure perfection. As even the most casual collector is now fully aware, the recent airing of "The Last Dance" documentary celebrating Michael Jordan's historic final season in Chicago exposed a new generation to the game's GOAT. There is a very good reason these cards are called "The Ultimate Collection." The tasteful design of the card features a sample of game-used jersey wore by Jordan in an NBA game. As the assigned SGC grade would indicate, there is little in terms of condition caveats to be delivered. Graded SGC 92 NM/MT+ 8.5 in a special blue label.

    Also included is an original cardboard box outer pack. The "Hobby Only" box presents near-mint with an in-action scene of MJ.

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    Auction Dates
    March, 2021
    18th Thursday
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