Ticket from August 10th, 1984. Jordans first gold.
Uncle owned prior. Have not had it graded, but 2/3 are in excellent condition.
Thank you for contacting Mearto with your appraisal inquiry. Based on the photographs and description provided, the subject of this appraisal is a set of three non-authenticated used ticket stubs from the Gold Medal basketball game played by the 1984 United States men's team against Spain, with the US winning 96 to 85 at the Forum. The game is significant as Michael Jordan led a squad composed of notable players including Chris Mullen and Patrick Ewing. The team was coached by Bobby Knight.
According to the current owner, the pieces were acquired from a family member. Two of the tickets are in excellent condition, with a third ticket being in good condition with some fold lines noted.
Last month a single preseason ticket stub from Jordan's first game with the Bulls team sold by Heritage for $34,800. A PSA authenticated stub from his Bulls regular season debut game sold for $33,000 on May 6, 2020 according to Heritage.
The value of Jordan-related memorabilia from his early playing days remains astronomical, and in recent days has enjoyed an even higher surge in popularity with the release of the ESPN documentary series "The Last Dance".
In consideration of the factors noted, a Fair Market Value (pre-auction estimate) of this three-ticket collection, conditional upon examination and grading by a reputable third-party authentication and grading service such as PSA, would be estimated at $50,000 to $75,000.