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Tupac Prison I.D. Card, Sold, Breaks World Record (Update)

Update On Tupac Prison I.D. (July 28, 2019)

Tupac’s 1995 prison I.D. card has been sold. The card which was issued on February 1995, breaks the world record for the most expensive piece of Tupac memorabilia ever sold at a public auction.

The opening bid was for $2,000. 30 bids later and the I.D. would sell for $30,000!

“Some say Tupac and his music are just as relevant today as they were more than 20 years ago. Fans haven’t forgotten his impact on hip-hop. They will go to any lengths to own a piece of Shakur’s life and times,” said Garry Shrum, Director of Music Memorabilia at Heritage Auctions.

Reported On June 25, 2019

Another Tupac item is up for auction once again. This time the Tupac 1995 prison I.D. card can be yours starting at a few thousand dollars.

The I.D. card stems from Tupac’s time in Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, New York. Tupac would serve 9 months in Clinton before being released on a one million dollar bail by Suge Knight and Death Row records.

Heritage Auctions is holding up the auction for the I.D. card which starts at $2,000. According to their official web site, the I.D. card measures 2.5′ x 3.5′ and it is in very good minus condition with corner bumping and fading.

Tupac 1995 Prison I.D. Card

Bidding for the I.D. card will begin on July 1st. Heritage Auctions is expecting the card to sell anywhere from $4,000 to $6,000 according to TMZ.

Back in January 2019, Tupac’s drawing for ex-girlfriend Desiree Smith would sell for over 20K. The erotic drawing was created by Tupac while he was incarnated at Clinton correctional Facility in Dennamora, NY in 1995.

How much would you pay for the Tupac 1995 prison I.D. card?

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Tupacs infamous interview with Kevin Powell would also take place when he was serving time in Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, New York. An interview where Tupac would touch on many topics such as being shot in NY, supporting the “real”, trusting nobody and his time being locked up.


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