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    1984 Muhammad Ali Quadruple Signed Boxing Glove. You can never have too much of a good thing. The 1960 Gold Medalist and three-time World Heavyweight Champ just couldn't stop signing the presented left-hand glove crafted in a patriotic theme we assume relates to the approaching 1984 Los Angeles Games. On the wrist, he simply signs his name. On the thumb he signs again, but adds the "1-3-84" date. The third signature appears on the back of the glove, which he inscribes, "To Leonard from Muhammad Ali, 1-3-84," adding a glowing star doodle at the close. Finally, he signs the palm, adding "The Greatest" and the date. All black sharpie writing rates 9/10 or better. The matching right-hand glove is here as well, surprisingly unsigned. A rather odd (but delightfully so) creation from one of the twentieth century's most noteworthy athletes. Full LOA from James Spence Authentication. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA.

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    November, 2011
    10th-11th Thursday-Friday
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