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    2003-04 Upper Deck SP Signature LeBron James Authentic Signatures Gold 30/50 #AS-LJ PSA Gem Mint 10 - Auto 10. By the time he was thirty years old, LeBron James was already a household name for half his life. He entered the public consciousness as the most heralded high school phenom in the history of the sport. "He's as dominant a player I've seen since Oscar Robertson," said legendary former UCLA coach John Wooden. The first pick in the 2003 NBA draft exceeded even the rosiest of expectations, claiming four regular season and three Finals MVP Awards (to date).

    Offered is a 2003-04 Upper Deck SP Signature LeBron James Authentic Signatures Gold rookie autograph card limited to just 50 examples produced. Signed in bold blue ink and serial numbered "30/50." Graded PSA Gem Mint 10 - Auto 10. This is the only example to attain "10/10" status by PSA.


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    July, 2019
    18th-20th Thursday-Saturday
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