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LeBron James trading card expected to sell for over $6M

By Reuters
12 June 2022   |   12:12 pm
A one-of-a-kind LeBron James trading card is expected to sell for over $6 million at auction. The card includes patches taken from jerseys worn by James throughout his career.

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