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Goldin Auctions has partnered with the Sixers Youth Foundation to offer Philadelphia 76ers game-worn jerseys and autographed sneakers to raise money for youth in Philadelphia and surrounding areas.

The “Bid The Spectrum” auction, which also features the 76ers’ popular 2021-22 City Edition uniforms, begins March 4 and runs through March 14.

Items featured in Goldin's "Bid The Spectrum" auction to benefit the Sixers Youth Foundation.

Goldin's "Bid The Spectrum" auction benefits the Sixers Youth Foundation.

“We are honored to partner with the Sixers Youth Foundation to benefit communities across the Delaware Valley,” said Goldin Executive Chairman and Founder Ken Goldin. “The positive impact the organization has made on countless young people over the last several years is inspiring and we could not be more excited to lend our marketplace to this team and this cause. Be sure to show your support for a great organization and bid on some incredible items at the same time.”

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In addition to autographed sneakers from current 76ers players and legends like Hall of Famer Allen Iverson, the auction will include the team’s most popular City Edition uniform and limited-edition team warm-ups. The Spectrum logo uniforms, the best-selling City Edition jerseys in team history, celebrate an iconic time in Philadelphia sports history.

The 76ers' popular City Edition uniform, which is part of Goldin's "Bid The Spectrum" auction to support the Sixers Youth Foundation.

The 76ers' popular City Edition uniform, which is part of Goldin's "Bid The Spectrum" auction to support the Sixers Youth Foundation.

Bidders will have the opportunity to bid on rare collectible items from players such All-Stars Joel Embiid and James Harden and 2021-22 NBA Rising Star Tyrese Maxey.

Joe Embiid sneakers in the "Bid The Spectrum" auction at Goldin.

Joe Embiid sneakers in the "Bid The Spectrum" auction at Goldin.

“We are so grateful to the players and staff for their continued support of our local youth,” said Marjorie Harris, chair of the Sixers Youth Foundation. “We believe in using our platform and the power of sports to uplift our community and our players once again jumped at the opportunity to participate. We are confident these items will help raise even more money than last year.”

Fans interested in bidding can visit SixersYouthFoundation.org or Goldin.co/SYF.