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Michael Jordan 1992 Signed Game Worn Air Jordan 7 Shoes

This is a signed pair of Air Jordan 7s that Michael Jordan wore when he had his 39-point performance during a historic game in 1992. This was the first pair of Jordans to exclude Nike branding on the exterior, marking the distinction between the Jordan brand and Nike as a whole. The Jordan 7s were awarded to ball-boy Rick Lindstrom, who gave his father’s tickets to Jordan when he heard that MJ was looking for extra tickets to the game.

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Market cap
$42,000
Shares outstanding
7,000
Share price
$6.00
Retained equity
50%
Platform
Rally
IPO Date
Feb 24, 2021
Tracked since
Aug 2, 2021

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Inferred value given
Oct 26, 2021
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IPO on Rally
Feb 24, 2021
Tracking began
Aug 2, 2021

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