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LeBron James signed High School jersey on sale for $50k

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You have the opportunity to bid for a LeBron James autographed High School Jersey for the mere price of just $50,000.

Well the St. Vincent-St. Mary High School jersey isn't exactly cheap but it is still possible for you to own as the alleged authentic uniform signed by the 'King' himself is currently up for auction on eBay, currently being tagged at around $50k.

The auction claims that the jersey was worn by the NBA superstar in his final year of high school and freelance writer Scott Rafferty was the lucky man who stumbled upon this incredible coup. 

Rafferty tweeted out the picture of the auction to his followers and also exclaimed: "Heads up: if anyone has $50,000 to spare, LeBron's high school jersey (used and autographed) is up for grabs on eBay."

The real question that any potential buyers must be wondering is whether the jersey is actually authentic.

The auctioneer himself claims legitimacy over the signed jersey, believing that a witness saw James sign the jersey. He also provides list of certifications from Vintage Authentics.

The price tag however is currently warding off any suitors, the hefty $50k asking price for the autographed James jersey has yet to have been met and the seller has already declined 12 offers for what he describes as a "unique and incredible collectible."

With the possibility of a genuine article there may be someone out there ready to own the High School memorabilia, the jersey is currently residing in Garden City, New York.

As we previously mentioned despite the steep asking price, there is no reason you couldn't bid on this jersey. The jersey was worn for the senior high school season by LeBron before he paved his way to the NBA.

Either that or you could purchase a home-coming Cavaliers jersey to show your support for James.

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