Michael Jordan’s Signed Game-Used Logoman Patch Card Shatters Records At Goldin Auction

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A signed game-used Logoman patch card featuring basketball legend Michael Jordan has sold for a record-breaking price at a Goldin Auction. The card, a one-of-a-kind item from the 2003-04 Upper Deck Ultimate Collection, fetched an astonishing $2.93 million, setting a new benchmark for Michael Jordan cards.

The card’s uniqueness lies in its origin—it features a Logoman patch taken directly from a game-worn jersey of Michael Jordan, adding to its authenticity and value.

This particular Logoman card is not just a piece of memorabilia; it’s a piece of history. It represents the pinnacle of Jordan’s illustrious career and his enduring legacy in the world of basketball. The card received an “Authentic” grade from PSA and boasted a perfect 10 on the autograph, further cementing its status as a collector’s dream.

Ken Goldin, founder and CEO of Goldin, expressed the significance of this card, referring to it as “the single best and the single most valuable Michael Jordan card—and the most sought-after—that has ever been produced”. The card’s sale also highlights the growing market for sports memorabilia, which continues to see record-breaking sales and intense bidding wars.



While this Michael Jordan card has set a personal record, it’s worth noting that the overall record for a sports card is still held by the 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle, which sold for $12.6 million in August 2022. However, the sale of Jordan’s Logoman card is a testament to his undying popularity and the high esteem in which he is held by fans and collectors alike.

The auction also featured other notable sales, including a Kobe Bryant game-worn jersey from the Los Angeles Lakers’ 80th game of the 2013 season, which sold for $1.2 million. This jersey holds sentimental value as it was worn during the game where Bryant scored 34 points, despite tearing his Achilles tendon.


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