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1994 Signature Rookies O.J. Simpson Limited Edition Card Signed From LA County Jail Before His Murder Trial

Lot Number 1718

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Almost 25 years have gone by now, and yet STILL the Simpson trial makes headlines like it just happened. O.J. is of course back in the news for his release on parole, after serving 9 years of a 33-year prison sentence for armed robbery and kidnapping. And Al Cowlings' infamous white Ford Bronco recently appeared on Pawn Stars with a six-figure asking price. And 2016 saw not one but two epic, award-winning TV projects—ESPN's 8-hour documentary O.J.: Made in America, and FX's 10-hour miniseries The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story. Not to mention that many comparisons have been made between the Juice's downfall and that of Bill Cosby today. Offered here is one of the more surreal collectibles from the sordid Simpson story—yes, a limited-edition card (#2092/2500) signed by Prisoner No. 4013970 while he was being held at the Los Angeles County Jail just two months after Nicole Brown Simpson's murder. The NM card features a "9-10"-strength signature and comes with the corresponding COA card. Both are encased within a heavy Lucite case measuring 8-1/2 x 6-1/2". Auction LOA from JSA.

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