Condition is very good to near mint. The Michael Jordan error card #12 is protected in a top loader and a sleeved bag. Not technically an error card as he was actually wearing #12, but an error in oversight printing this card.
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The 1990-91 NBA Hoops Michael Jordan Wears #12 Error Card Sam Vincent #223 is a unique and highly collectible card that carries a fascinating piece of basketball history. Michael Jordan, widely regarded as one of the greatest basketball players of all time, needs no introduction. Born on February 17, 1963, in Brooklyn, New York, Jordan’s impact on the NBA is legendary.
However, what makes this card particularly intriguing is the error it represents. During a game on February 14, 1990, Michael Jordan’s jersey was stolen, and he had to wear a nameless #12 jersey, which is exceptionally rare for the iconic player. The 1990-91 NBA Hoops Michael Jordan Wears #12 Error Card Sam Vincent #223 captures this moment in basketball history and has become a highly sought-after collectible for fans and collectors.