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Considered the officially recognized rookie card of Cassius Clay, who later became known as Muhammad Ali, this card is an iconic card of one of the world’s most beloved and recognized athletes. Originating from the Swedish Hemmets Journal with Swedish wording on the reverse of the card, the card is graded BVG 8.


Cassius Clay, who later changed his named to Muhammad Ali, is widely regarded as one of the most significant and celebrated figures of the 20th century and as one of the greatest boxers of all time. Ali was awarded the greatest athlete of the 20th century by Sports Illustrated, the Sports Personality of the Century by the BBC, and the third greatest athlete of the 20th century by ESPN SportsCentury. He was involved in several historic boxing matches most notably his fights with Joe Frazier and his fight with George Foreman. A charismatic and electrifying figure, Ali became the first man to win the heavyweight title three times. Ali was picked to light the Olympic torch to start the 1996 games in Atlanta and, in 2005, President George W. Bush awarded him the Presidential Medal of Freedom.” As the New York Times eloquently stated, Ali “was the most thrilling if not the best heavyweight ever, carrying into the ring a physically lyrical, unorthodox boxing style that fused speed, agility and power more seamlessly than that of any fighter before him.”


Considered the officially recognized rookie card of Cassius Clay, who later became known as Muhammad Ali.
According to Sports Collectors Daily, “the 1960 Hemmets Journal Cassius Clay represents the first known trading card-like image of the man who would become a global icon.”
Described as an “iconic, key rookie card of one of the sporting world’s G.O.A.T athletes”.
The Hemmets Journal Clay shows Clay (Ali) as a U.S. Olympic boxing champion.
The back is printed in Swedish and calls him “the elegant 18-year-old Kentucky Negro, who won light heavy weight in Rome.”
The last three sales, in descending order, of a Cassius Clay 1960 Hemmets Journal RC PSA 8 are: $72,000, $55,350, and $49,200. There haven’t been any recent BGS comps.
A PSA 9 recently funded on another fractional ownership platform for $235,000.
The consignor is retaining $9,000 in the offering.
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Cassius Clay (Muhammad Ali)
'60 Hemmets Journal Rookie Card BVG 8

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