Michael's memorabilia legacy

Smith, James E.
January 1994
Basketball Digest;Jan1994, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p62
Focuses on basketball player Michael Jordan collectibles. Reputation; Financial issues; Comparison with other collectibles. INSET: The real thing, guaranteed, by J.E.S..


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