Serena Williams Signed "Sportsperson Of The Year" 16x20 Limited Edition Photo (UDA COA)

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Serena Williams Signed  Sportsperson Of The Year  16x20 Limited Edition Photo (UDA COA)

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Auction Date:2019 Dec 26 @ 19:00 (UTC-7 : PDT/MST)
Location:2320 W Peoria Ave Suite B142, Phoenix, Arizona, 85029, United States
Photo measures 16" x 20" in size. Hand-signed in gold paint pen by Serena Williams. The photo is a limited edition and has been hand-numbered #/25. Please note, the images shown are stock images. The winning bidder will receive a random number from the same edition.

Williams has autographed this limited edition (25) 16" x 20" image in gold paint pen. Please note: this isn't an actual Sports Illustrated magazine cover. It is a print of the cover. Her signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Five-Step Process. You will receive a random number from the edition. Includes certificate of authenticity and hologram! Serena's signature is guaranteed authentic through the Upper Deck Authenticated serial numbered hologram system. The 2015 tennis season was one of many amazing accomplishments for Serena Williams. The highlight on the court was winning the Wimbledon Championships, which marked the second time in her career in which she won four Grand Slam singles titles in a row the coveted "Serena Slam." It was Williams' 21st Grand Slam singles title overall as she became the oldest woman in the Open Era to win a Grand Slam singles title. Although she would later lose in the U.S. Open, she spent the entire year ranked No. 1 for the second consecutive season. There were plenty of worthy recipients, but Williams was named Sports Illustrated Sportsperson of the Year for her amazing efforts. She was just the third solo woman to earn the distinction, and first in more than 30 years.
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