Muhammad Ali Signed When We Were Kings 24x36 Movie Poster - BB COA
Designer: B.B. Authenticated
This original double sided “When We Were Kings” movie poster was hand-signed by the late great champ Muhammad Ali. It was signed at the National Show in Cleveland, Ohio in August 1997 and comes with a photo taken during the signing. The poster will come rolled in a thick walled poster tube with a Guarantee of Authenticity issued by B.B. Authenticated that will detail where and when it was signed. A.J. Sports World guarantees this item will pass any reputable 3rd party authentication (PSA, JSA or Beckett). The poster measures: 27x40 inches. Please Note: the poster is in very good condition and has some minor edge wear and very slight compression marks (indentations) from rolling and unrolling. Double sided posters can be displayed in "light boxes". Because of the reverse artwork on the back, the double-sided printing gives a more life-like look to the poster when a light is placed behind it. This item comes from the personal and private collection of well-known respected in-person autograph collector Brad Byrne of B.B. Authenticated. Brad has been collecting in-person authentic autographs for over 20 years. Each signature he acquires was signed in-person and can always be sourced to exactly where and when it was signed. Brad is on the front lines of the in-person autograph industry and will only provide customers with authentic signatures that he and his staff personally witnessed being signed. Whether at an airport in Brazil, or a hotel in London, Brad is on-site to procure the finest quality in-person signatures. He has met and acquired in-person signatures from icons such as: Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Elton John, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, The Who and many other rock, film, sports and political figures. He is regarded as one of the foremost experts in the contemporary in-person autograph field. Brad was featured in two broadcast television documentaries. The shows documented his encounters with celebrities such as Paul McCartney, Keith Richards and Michael Jordan. The documentary series followed Brad on countless autograph adventures exposing the audience to a rarely seen and private world of celebrity and the people who “hound” them.