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    1974 Muhammad Ali & Eddie "Boss Man" Jones Double Signed Check. Oversized "Muhammad Ali Training Camp, Deer Lake, PA" check (8x3") is dated January 26, 1974 (two days before Ali-Frazier II!) and drawn on the "American Bank and Trust Co. of Pa." Made out for two-hundred dollars and payable to "Boss Man Jones," his long time sparring partner who helped prep him for his rematch against Smokin' Joe Frazier.

    The Greatest signs the front in NRMT black fiber-tip marker. "Boss Man Jones" signs the back in NRMT blue ballpoint. Check has three, neat vertical folds and two clearing house stamps. 1974 was a huge year for Ali. Two days after signing this check, he would defeat Joe Frazier at Madison Garden and nine months later he would defeat George Foreman in Zaire to regain the Heavyweight Championship of the World. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA.


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