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2Pac: Signed Concert Ticket From 1992 Up For Auction

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2Pac fans have the opportunity to get their hands another piece of rare memorabilia — if they’re willing to spend a pretty penny, that is.

L.A.-based Nate D. Sanders Auctions revealed on Monday (January 22) that they are auctioning off a concert ticket signed by the late Hip Hop icon in January 1992, a mere two months after the release of his debut album 2Pacalypse Now.

The autographed ticket, which is from a 1992 Digital Underground performance at The Warfield in San Francisco, features a personalized message that reads: “PEACE 2U 2PAC.”

So far, the ticket has received three bids, with the highest being $1,832. The auction ends on Thursday (January 25) at 5 p.m. PT.

Those who wish to bid can do so here.

The ticket is just the latest 2Pac item to be auctioned off. Last year, a personalized crown ring owned by the All Eyez On Me rapper was sold for $1 million, making it the most valuable Hip Hop artifact ever.

‘Pac famously wore the gold, ruby and diamond ring during his last public appearance at the 1996 MTV Video Music Awards, shortly before he was fatally shot at the age of 25.

It bears an inscription that reads: “Pac & Dada 1996,” referencing his engagement to sweetheart Kidada Jones.

It was later revealed that none other Drake was the winning bidder. The 6 God previously spent a similar eye-watering amount on a pair of matching chains modeled after 2Pac.

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Also last year, ‘Pac and Snoop Dogg‘s Death Row pendants from the 1990s went up for auction.

They glittering neckpieces — both of which came from former head of Death Row’s security team Reggie Wright Jr.’s collection — were expected to fetch between $500,000 to $1,000,000 each, TMZ reported at the time.

Sources relayed that former Death Row boss Suge Knight owned the chains and would commission them for his artists, with the best being reserved for the likes of ‘Pac and Snoop.


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