“The Madhouse on Madison” Wooden Seating – During many of the Bulls Championship Seasons with Michael Jordan

$59.00

This is a piece of actual wooden seating from Chicago Stadium from 1987-1994 when Michael Jordan played for the Chicago Bulls and during the several of the Bulls Championship seasons.

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This is a piece of actual wooden seating that once served as seating in the Chicago Stadium in Chicago, Illinois from 1987-1994. The Chicago Stadium is often referred to as “The Madhouse on Madison” as it was located on Madison Street.

This game used wooden seating is from Section 12, Row 15, Seat 29. Chicago Stadium’s signature red paint is on the back of this from the chair as seen in every photo of the old Chicago Stadium.

Michael Jordan played for the Chicago Bulls from 1984 – 1998 during this time and the Bulls won several championships. The Chicago Stadium opened on March 28, 1929 and was the largest indoor arena in the world at the time. This authentic piece of wooden seating is from the Chicago Stadium right before it was closed in 1994 and then demolished. This memorabilia comes in a dark wood display case with glass to keep your collectible protected and on display.

This is unconditionally guaranteed to be 100% authentic by BK Investment Advisors.

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