2003 Upper Deck Ultimate Collection Lebron James (Autograp...
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King James lives up to the hype...
2003 Upper Deck Ultimate Collection LeBron James (Autograph)
#127 BGS NM-MT+ 8.5, Auto 9 - #'d 175/250. 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. By
the time he was thirty years old, LeBron had already been a
household name for half of his life. The first pick in the 2003 NBA
draft exceeded even the rosiest of expectations, claiming four
regular season and two Finals MVP Awards (to date). King James
would fall just short of his dreams of a Heat three-peat but he
holds a place in any spirited debate regarding who the greatest of
all time might be.
The "Ultimate Collection" lived up to the name. The set circulated in boxes with 4 packs per box and 4 cards per pack. Every card from this series was a limited edition. The base set was limited to 750 cards each. Inserts and parallels featured autographs, single, dual or triple jersey patch cards, all varying limited editions. The rookie class is impressive but the undisputed top debut is LeBron James. Offered is the autographed version of card #127 featuring the NBA legend. Graded PSA NM-MT+ 8.5, Auto 9, subgrades: Centering 9.5, Corners 9.5, Edges 9, Surface 7.5. Limited edition #175/250.
Guide Value or Estimate: $50,000 - up.
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