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    Muhammad Ali Signed Photograph. Known simply as "The Greatest," Muhammad Ali has his share of fans and detractors alike. No one can take away the marketing he did for the sport, though, as his loud mouth was sure to be the center of attention anywhere. He also was friendly to fans in terms of signing autographs over the years. The offered 8x10" black and white photograph is signed by Ali with the inscription, "To Billy - From Muhammad Ali - June 3-19-80 - Hope to see you soon." The final large signature at the bottom is a vintage secretarial version. Light streaking in the pen leads to a technical autograph grade of 8/10. A few minor creases and one small tear in the edge do little to detract from the signature on this one. Authenticated by James Spence Authentication and encapsulated by BVG in a 9.5x13" holder. Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA.

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    December, 2014
    28th Sunday
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