Authenticated Dzeko shirt worn during Roma 2-1 Juventus
The AS Roma 2015-16 matchday shirt, certified by the club using the Matchday Authenticated system and worn by Edin Dzeko during Roma 2-1 Juventus in Round 2 of Serie A 2015-16 at Rome’s Stadio Olimpico on Sunday, August 30, 2015.
The shirt – up for auction along with a handmade numbered collector’s frame – was prepared for the same match with Juventus, which saw Dzeko score his first competitive goal for Roma, his first strike in Serie A. The shirt comes in collectors’ frame number 003 for the 2015-16 season.
Shirt – AS Roma 2015-16, color red
Matchday Authenticated code – A1805579704
Nike model and Nike Authentic serial number – Authentic n°050303795
Football season – 2015-16
Type – League
Player – Edin Dzeko
Shirt number – 9
Size – L
First prepared for – Roma 2-1 Juventus on August 30, 2015
Worn during – Roma 2-1 Juventus on August 30, 2015
Collected by AS Roma – After Roma 2-1 Juventus on August 30, 2015
Competition – Serie A Tim 2015-16, Week 2
Certificate of Authenticity:
The shirt features a certificate of authenticity in parchment, produced by AS Roma and numbered, in addition to the Matchday Authenticated packaging.
Each certificate of authenticity is delivered in a handmade numbered collector’s frame, made from engraved wood and Plexiglass by Sateco, with no fastenings or clips. There are four holes through the glass with mechanical screws. The logo and certification number are engraved on the front of the glass via laser with a white effect, only obtainable using Premium materials.
The logo and certification number are also engraved on the side of the wooden frame via laser with a bas-relief effect, obtainable with this type of wood.
Season and frame number: 2015-16, n° 003
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