Ali signed and framed Image of the Century XXX - Out of Stock - XXX
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The photo is personally signed by Ali and has recently been framed in stunning silver surround with deep dual mounts and a plaque that details the presentation and the fight. It measures in at a large 67cm by 67cm (approx). A truly rare and highly collectable item of memorabilia that represents a great investment for the future. Also supplied is a leather bound binder containing a certificate of registration with a unique item number, Ali’s complete Fight History, poems by Ali, additional images, and cards picturing the programs of all of Muhammad's Fights. It is supplied by Ali’s management company and is registered at www.onlineauthentics.com. An independent site which allows buyers to verify the items by simply entering the registration number. You can therefore be assured that this item is absolutely 100% authentic.
A now rare opportunity to obtain a stunning black and white photo of Ali snarling over Sonny Liston after knocking him out in the fight held on May 25 1965 at Lewiston, Maine. Voted as the image of the century, it typifies his power and prowess in and out of the ring. Ali knocked him out in Round 1 that became known as the 'phantom punch', as many say Ali never hit Liston. Ali himself said “I hit him so fast no one ever saw it”. Update - The sale of Ali’s image rights means he will not be signing for public release. As a result, there are fewer items available which is resulting in higher prices. It is clear however that authentic Muhammad Ali memorabilia is one of the genuine investment opportunities.
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