Autographed Michael Jordan shoes
Michael Jordan's autographed, game-worn Converse through the 1984 Olympic Games.
Courtesy of Gray Flannel Auctions
Jordan autographed souvenirs is a favorite auction item, and both fans regarding the basketball icon and enthusiasts alike will have the ability to buy an one-of-a-kind footwear. Jordan’s autographed, game-worn sneakers from 1984 Olympics tend to be on the market.
The auction, that is presented by brand new York-based gray Flannel Auctions, comes to an end Summer 24. The minimal bid for autographed shoes is $50, 000.
The 1984 Olympic staff was compiled of amateurs, with some progressing to play in the NBA. Jordan, elected to the NBA Hall of Fame in 2009, played alongside future hall-of-famers Patrick Ewing and Chris Mullen.
Rare Jordan shoes in deals are making headlines prior to. An autographed set donned by Jordan through the 1984-85 season, before having his own trademark footwear with Nike, offered in an auction held by SCP Auctions for $71, 553. Terry Melia, PR and advertising supervisor for SCP Auctions, predicted the shoes would sell for more than $50, 000 before the auction.
Another view regarding the 1984 Olympic Games autographed shoes worn by Michael Jordan. Thanks to Grey Flannel Images— subscribe to the FN Newsletter —