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A spectacular pop-culture mash up, this promotional photo was taken in 1964 during the Beatles’ visit to then Cassius Clay’s training camp. That year Cassius would not only win the heavyweight championship against Sonny Liston, but convert to Islam and change his name to Muhammad Ali. A fantastic image that will complement any sports memorabilia collection, this licensed black-and-white photo is printed on Kodak Professional Endura paper.
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Licensed photograph. Unframed. Image measures approximately 20” x 16" (no border).
Kodak Professional Endura Paper
Black And White
W 20” H 16”
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