Memorabilia from sports legend Michael Jordan's career are going under the hammer as part of a 300-plus lot basketball auction.
A rare Barack Obama-signed basketball and Jordan's personal collection of golf clubs, bags and other related accessories will be sold by Hunt Auctions on September 17.
The 50-plus lots of Jordan's golf related memorabilia are overall expected to fetch $30,000-40,000.
"An iconic athlete's personal ephemera is always a huge draw for bidders," said David Hunt, president of Hunt Auctions.
"We're thrilled to be offering such a unique collection for both Michael Jordan and golf enthusiasts alike."
The sale will also include 125 lots of items from the famed 1992 USA Olympic Basketball "Dream Team" - available to the public for the first time.
A portion of the proceeds being donated to the James Jordan Foundation.
Additional items up for bid include a pair of Nike sneakers LeBron James wore and inscribed in tribute to President Barack Obama.
The sneakers, which read, "44th President Barack Obama," across the front, were worn during a game on January 23, 2009.
Other highlights of the basketball auction, according to PR News Wire, include:
- 1992-93 Michael Jordan Chicago Bulls professional model home jersey (est. $10,000-15,000)
- Michael Jordan autographed 1992 Nike USA Olympic warm up jacket ($4,000-5,000)
- 1992 Michael Jordan USA Olympic Basketball Team Identification badge ($3,000-4,000)
- Michael Jordan autographed personal golf bag ($2,000-3,000)
- LeBron James game worn basketball sneakers with handwritten tribute inscription to President Obama ($5,000-7,500)
- Rare Barack Obama autographed basketball. ($2,000-3,000).
A preview exhibition and the sale itself will be held between September 15-17 at the National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame, in Chicago.
Bids are accepted live at the auction.
Appraisals of sports memorabilia will be available for visitors.