Chicago Bulls Collectibles And Memorabilia
Chicago Bulls Collectibles And Memorabilia are items relating to the American N.B.A basketball team the Chicago Bulls.
The Chicago Bulls are a professional American basketball team based in Chicago, Illinois, and the team colors are red, black and white.
The team was founded in 1966, and since then the Chicago Bulls have won six Championships (in 1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998), six Conference titles and eight Division titles.
Some of the many notable Chicago Bulls players who have been inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame include Michael Jordan, Nate Thurmond, George Gervin, Robert Parish, Scottie Pippen, Artis Gilmore and Denis Rodman.
The team has also retired four jersey numbers: #23 (in honor of Michael Jordan), #4 (in honor of Jerry Sloan), #10 (in honor of Bob Love) and #33 (in honor of Scottie Pippen).
Types of memorabilia
Grey Flannel Auctions, Inc. in Westhampton, New York sold Michael Jordan's signed Chicago Bulls rookie jersey for $50,000 in September of 2009, Michael Jordan's used 1988-1989 Chicago Bulls home jersey for $10,000 in September of 2007, George "Iceman" Gervin's used 1985-1986 Chicago Bulls jersey for $8,000 in September of 2009, Michael Jordan's used 1994-1995 home jersey for $2,500 in September of 2006, Michael Jordan's used 1989-1990 Chicago Bulls home jersey for $2,500 in September of 2006, Jordan's 1986-1987 used Chicago Bulls home jersey for $2,500 September of 2008, and Michael Jordan's 1994-1995 used #45 Chicago Bulls jersey for $2,500 in September of 2008.
Christie's in New York sold two of Michael Jordan's signed Chicago Bulls jerseys for $2,585 in April of 2000.
Grey Flannel Auctions, Inc. in Westhampton, New York sold Michael Jordan's used 1988-1989 Chicago Bulls road shooting shirt for $4,500 in September of 2007, Nate Thurmond's used 1974-1975 Chicago Bulls home shooting shirt for $3,800 in September of 2007, Michael Jordan's 1989-1990 Chicago Bulls road warm-up jacket for $2,500 in September of 2007, and Toni Kikoc's 1998 used and signed Chicago Bulls warm-up jacket for $2,800 in September of 2009.
Grey Flannel Auctions, Inc. in Westhampton, New York sold a Chicago Bulls Championship Larry O'Brien Commemorative Trophy to commemorate the Chicago Bulls' six championships during the 1990s for $6,500 in September of 2009, and another Chicago Bulls Larry O'Brien Championship Trophy which was presented to the team during the 1992-1993 season for $13,000 in September of 2006.
Grey Flannel Auctions, Inc. in Westhampton, New York sold Michael Jordan's 1991 Chicago Bulls Championship Ring for $3,400 in September of 2006.
Grey Flannel Auctions, Inc. in Westhampton, New York sold a basketball that was signed by Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, B.J. Armstrong, Bill Cartwright, Horace Grant, Craig Hodges, Dennis Hopson, Stacey King, Cliff Levingston, John Paxson, Will Perdue, Scott Williams and coach Phil Jackson (circa 1990-1991) for $3,000 in September of 2009.
Guide for collectors
Chicago Bulls memorabilia that was once owned, signed or used by Michael Jordan (who played from 1984 to 1993 and 1995 to 1998), is considered to be the most valuable. Memorabilia that was also used, signed or owned by George "Iceman" Gervin (from 1985 to 1986) or Nate Thurmond (1974 to 1976) is also considered to be valuable.
For more information on where to find Chicago Bulls memorabilia, visit www.bulls.com.
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