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1996 Chicago Bulls United Center Courtside Chair

Lot Number 645

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Back from a two-year "retirement" during which he tried his hand in the baseball arena, Michael Jordan proved none the worse for his hiatus, propelling the Chicago Bulls to yet another NBA championship "Three-Peat" beginning in 1996. The offered folding chair provided a courtside vantage point throughout the 1996 playoffs on Madison Street's United Center. Measuring 32 inches in height (when unfolded) and 18 inches in width, the black metallic framework unfolds to form (4) sturdy legs and secures a padded backrest panel and a 3"-thick padded seat. On both padded sections, the red leather covering is decorated with the club's logo. The backrest reads: "1996 PLAYOFFS"; the seat portion has a 30th Anniversary logo. Limited to a production of 750, this example bears a thin decorative plate stating such and comes with a matching LOA from "Extraordinary Seating Perceptions."

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