Michael Jordan fans get in here quick. Sotheby’s auction house has unveiled its latest sports memorabilia auction for the Dynasty Collection, six Nike Air Jordan sneakers that Michael Jordan wore himself during the NBA championship games the Chicago Bulls won in the 1990s. As time goes on, it becomes more and more prevalent that collectibles items such as these are not only a rarity, but a valuable piece of sports and cultural history. Now if you are reading this article, you are probably well aware of just how valuable these sneakers are and what they represent, but we thought it would be extra cool to hear from Rob Petrozzo, founder of the first investment platform for blue-chip collectibles Rally, to learn more.
Rally recently broke the record for selling the Air Jordan “Concords” for $92,000, so we were eager to find out just why the Dynasty Collection is the Holy Grail of sneaker collections. You can check out the interview below.
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