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    1964 Mac Robertson's Olympic Quiz Cards Cassius Clay (Muhammad Ali) PSA Mint 9. Muhammad Ali was the greatest Heavyweight Champion to ever step through the ropes of a boxing ring. An unrepentant tornado of energy and bravado, Ali must be described in terms nothing short of groundbreaking, pioneering, unparalleled... We think you get his significance. In his chosen field of endeavor, he is a great American success story serving as inspiration to millions. To some, his words were mere rambling. Others heard sweet poetry. Ring Magazine honored him as "Fighter of The Year" six times and he was called by Sports Illustrated, "The Greatest Athlete." His battles were not just punches and jabs. Offered is one of the first trading cards featuring Ali, when he was "Cassius Clay" from the 1964 Mac Robertson's Olympic Quiz Card series. Graded PSA Mint 9, one of two at this grade level, with only one example rated higher.

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