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Kevin Molino Columbus Crew Match-Used & Signed

Kevin Molino Columbus Crew Match-Used & Signed "Juneteenth" Jersey

Closing Bid: $220.00
Bid Count: 7
Bid Increment: $10.00
Auction ID: 4079315
Opened: Jun 20, 2022 12:00:00 PM EDT
Close Date: Jul 5, 2022 10:03:14 PM EDT
Listing Type: AUCTION

Description

***PLAYER AVAILABILITY SUBJECT TO CHANGE. Listings/players will be finalized on Monday, 6/20 at 12 PM EST.*** •This lot features the jersey (used) of the MLS Player on the weekend of June 18/19, 2022 during the MLS Juneteenth game. • This jersey features name and number heat pressed onto the back of the jersey in a special Juneteenth-inspired font beneath his last name. •The jersey was signed by player post-game and is authenticated by MLS and comes with a corresponding COA. •Proceeds will go to VoyceNow Foundation •Product is estimated to ship 4-6 weeks from auction close.

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BID HISTORY

Date Bid
Jul 5, 2022 09:58:14 PM EDT $220.00
Jul 5, 2022 09:57:39 PM EDT $210.00
Jul 5, 2022 09:53:26 PM EDT $200.00
Jul 5, 2022 09:56:24 PM EDT $200.00
Jul 5, 2022 08:22:06 PM EDT $180.00
Jul 5, 2022 08:49:43 PM EDT $170.00
Jul 5, 2022 12:20:52 PM EDT $150.00

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