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    Floyd Patterson and Ingemar Johansson Dual-Signed Oversized Photograph with Other Boxing Ephemera, Lot of 3. Fantastic oversized (11x14") black and white image we see here depicts the fateful moment that saw Floyd Patterson lose his heavyweight title to the Swede Ingemar Johansson, helping the latter to earn numerous athlete of the year awards in 1959. Johansson and the fallen Patterson have each applied perfect 10/10 signatures. Also with this lot we offer a ticket stub from the 1990 bout between the comeback George Foreman and Gerry Cooney. Exhibits much creasing. Finally we offer an order form for tickets to the 1965 title bout between Cassius Clay and Floyd Patterson, which is interesting due to the the fact that Clay had already changed his name to Muhammad Ali by the time this fight took place. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    March, 2007
    25th Sunday
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