After the death of basketball legend Kobe Bryant in January 2020, his memories rose in price. In fact, more than 65,000 items, such as cards, jerseys, photographs, shoes, balls, among others, signed by the Black Mamba have flooded eBay and their value has risen from several thousand to several million dollars. . Currently, a No.8 championship jersey signed by Bryant “at three peat” is sold for $ 90,000 or 4.3 million P.
On eBay, however, many items signed by the NBA star must be checked for authenticity. For less hassle and peace of mind, fans, collectors, and traders can check out other trusted online auctions that feature verified items the Legend has left behind. And Leon Exchange XIX, the online auction of the 19th edition of the LeÃ³n Gallery, is one of them.
The precious collectibles of Kobe Bryant certified by the great Jean-Marc Leynet, the number one expert in the sale of sporting goods in France for more than three decades now, will be auctioned on April 10, 2021, the second day of the three-day online auction.
Companion of the Drouot auctioneers, a large auction house in Paris, âLeynet has established himself as an authoritative figure in the field of art and collectibles on sport and associated memorabilia. So you can bid as much as you want for Kobe Bryant’s signature full-size color photos, legendary LA Lakers # 8, and basketball jersey designs without any doubts or hesitation.
But not only that, there are other valuable sports memorabilia signed by other members of the NBA Hall of Fame that have been issued with a Certificate of Authenticity by Leynet. The listing includes a unique model of Larry Bird basketball jersey signed by none other than America’s dream team greats Larry Bird, Magic Johnson and Michael Jordan. And speaking of MJ, who wouldn’t want to own a reissue and replica of his training jerseys and full size color photos with the signature “His Airness”.
Framed images signed by female tennis stars Steffi Graf, Maria Sharapova, Martina Hingis and Justine Henin, as well as Formula 1 racer Ayrton Senna are also up for auction.
To consult the catalog of signed memorabilia of these athletes, subscribe to www.leonexchange.com. Leon Exchange is known for its unique finds such as works of art, jewelry, furniture, ephemeral items, among others. Its award-winning collections will be auctioned online only on April 9, 10 and 11, 2021 from 11 a.m.
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