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  • Ali's Artifacts Auctioned

    Items from the life of boxer Muhammad Ali are on sale during an auction in Beverly Hills, May 31 to June 1. The items are from the Harlan Werner Collection, from the agent and friend who worked with the Ali family for almost 20 years. Ali's training robe may be worth $25,000-$35,000. It was worn while training for his 61st and final fight on December 11, 1981, against Trevor Berbick.
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  • Ali's Artifacts Auctioned

    A box ticket to the Golden Gloves tournament in Chicago from 1958 is auctioned with three "Golden Gloves" pendants. Ali participated in the National Gloves Finals tournament in 1957 and 1958, but he did not win until 1959 and 1960. A shadowbox with these and other items is valued at $3,500 to $4,500.
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  • Ali's Artifacts Auctioned

    Signed Everlast boxing gloves from Ali and Joe Frazier are valued at $1,000 to $1,500. Ali and Frazier fought in "The Fight of the Century" and "Thrilla in Manilla."
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  • Ali's Artifacts Auctioned

    An uncut, signed ad sheet for a fight between Joe Frazier and Ali for the March 8, 1971 "Fight of the Century" in Madison Square Garden is valued at $3,000 to $4,000.
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  • Ali's Artifacts Auctioned

    A signed leather boxing boot is valued at $1,000 to $1,500. It is an exact reproduction of Ali's fight-worn boxing boot with red tassels, originally known as Ali Shuffle.
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  • Ali's Artifacts Auctioned

    A serigraph by Leroy Neiman from 1991 may be worth $8,000 to $10,000. It has images from the October 30, 1974, Heavyweight Championship bout with George Foreman. The print is signed and inscribed in black ink "To Harlan/ from/ Muhammad Ali/ 10-19-94" along with a small drawing of a boxing ring by Ali. In 20 years, consignor Harlan Werner has seen less than 10 of these serigraphs signed by Ali.
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  • Ali's Artifacts Auctioned

    During the 1960 Summer Olympics, Ali (then Cassius Clay) carried the bronzed aluminum torch in Rome, Italy. That year he won the gold medal in boxing's Light Heavyweight class. The torch is valued at $25,000-$35,000. The handle is signed "Cassius Clay" in black marker. The canister is signed "Muhammad Ali" twice and "Cassius Clay/ AKA/ Muhammad Ali" once, all in black marker.
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  • Ali's Artifacts Auctioned

    A signed photograph of Ali and Joe DiMaggio is valued at $3,000-$4,000. The photograph was originally taken at the Los Angeles Airport Hilton Hotel in 1986. DiMaggio, not a fan of the way he looked in the photograph, reluctantly agreed to sign 10 copies of the photo in 1996 after repeated requests and a decade after the photo was originally taken, according to Julien's Auctions.
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  • Ali's Artifacts Auctioned

    The 1960 Amateur Athletic Union National Amateur Boxing Championships Most Outstanding Boxer Award was given to Ali out of 119 competitors and is valued at $20,000-30,000. Held in Toledo, Ohio, April 7-9, 1960, he won the Light Heavyweight division with a second round T.K.O. over Jeff Davis in the final Light Heavyweight bout. It is signed twice in black marker.
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