A range of Kobe Bryant memorabilia is going to be offered at Goldin Auctions at the New Jersey. A June auction featuring more more than 100 items of unique memorabilia from the early basketball life of Kobe Bryant. His Lower Merion High School jersey from his freshman season, the lone year in which he donned No. 24, could be the main draw. But it’s not all.
Trophies, championship rings, medals, plaques, uniforms and much more will be on this auction. It is believed to be the only authentic game worn #24 Kobe Bryant LMHS jersey in existence. The next time Kobe wore a #24 jersey was when he switched his NBA number to it after the 2005-06 NBA season.
Rings collection include, his 1996 High School McDonald’s All-American ring, 1996 High School State Championship ring, 1998 and 2000 NBA All-Star rings, plus a team issued Kobe Bryant 2000 Lakers championship ring given by Kobe to his father Joe Bryant and a specially designed version for his mother Pamela Bryant.
Kobe Bryant auction boasts plaques, several LMHS practice jerseys, sweatsuit tops, warm-up jerseys, multiple LMHS Varsity Letters awarded for basketball, and his actual LMHS Central League Champions jacket. From his time as a youngster in Italy, collectors will be able to bid upon Kobe’s Italian Rieti #44 jersey, the earliest known Kobe Bryant game worn jersey ever offered at auction.