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    2004 Upper Deck Trilogy Michael Jordan/LeBron James (Autograph 1-2 Combo Jersey) #AUJ-JJ BGS Mint 9, Auto 10 - #'d 1/10. Two of the greatest players are featured in this stellar card with beautiful bold blue ink autographs and game worn relics. Jordan & LeBron have redefined the game of basketball in their own way and have become global icons. This dual signed relic card of the two legends features not just authentic signatures of the two legends but a sample of white game-worn Jordan jersey and a sample of red game-worn LeBron James jersey. Graded BGS Mint 9 with subgrades: Centering 9.5, Corners 9, Edges 9, Surface 8.5 with a Beckett Auto 10. Limited edition - #1/10. Just the fact there are only ten of these ever made, our offered card will always have extra significance at the #1 card featuring two players that are considered #1 of All-Time by fans.

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    May, 2021
    6th-8th Thursday-Saturday
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