Item ID:303550674836
Seller ID: rockhurst.rhode
Listing Type: Auction
List Date: 04/27/2020
End Date: 05/04/2020
Category: 1970-79
Location: Chicago, Illinois
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1977 the greatest world premiere full ticket & program muhammad ali super rare

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We will combine orders after the auction. BE SURE TO VIEW OUR OTHER AUCTIONS! We have several MUHAMMAD ALI lots of movie posters and other memorabilia offered this week. Offered is a Full, Unused Ticket and Program for "The World Premiere" of 1977 film THE GREATEST starring MUHAMMAD ALI. These are Super RARE. The premiere took place on Thursday, May 19, 1977, at the Plitt Century Plaza Theatre in Century City, California. The ticket measures 3 3/4 x 9 inches, and the program measures 8 1/2 x 11 inches. The Greatest is a 1977 film about the life of boxer Muhammad Ali, in which Ali plays himself. It was directed by Tom Gries. The film follows Ali's life from the 1960 Summer Olympics to his regaining the heavyweight crown from George Foreman in their famous "Rumble in the Jungle" fight in 1974. The footage of the boxing matches themselves are largely the actual footage from the time involved. The film is based on the book The Greatest: My Own Story written by Muhammad Ali and Richard Durham and edited by Toni Morrison. The song "The Greatest Love of All" was written for this film by Michael Masser (music) and Linda Creed, (lyrics) and sung by George Benson; it was later covered by Whitney Houston. (Wikipedia) Condition: The program and ticket present with few, if any, distresses. Minimally NEAR MINT, but arguably better. Shipping Cost:Within the United States$10 We will ship USPS Priority Mail. We will combine orders after the auction. (Hawaii, Alaska and Puerto Rico orders will add $20 surcharge.) International WinnersPlease inquire for a shipping quote. We will combine orders after the auction. About Rockhurst AuctionsMy name is Jeff Marren, and I have been a collector since childhood-comics, stamps, movie posters, baseball cards (honestly I collected baseball cards just long enough to sell my brother's cards when I was 14. I bought some killer speakers, which he ended up with anyway). I have worked in the auction industry since the late 1990s, and I've been exposed to a wide range of collectibles including, but not limited to, movie posters, baseball memorabilia, autographs, fine art, comic books, and historical documents. My experience and passion for collectibles guide me in terms of presenting material in the manner in which I as a collector would like to see it offered at auction. From the photos to the descriptions to the condition breakdown, I just ask myself "what would I need to know to make a bidding decision," and that's what goes into the item page. I do the research to be able to describe items with the appropriate context for the buyer. All that said, I am always open to pertinent information concerning the auction items. So feel free to contact me if you feel some detail would be helpful to an item I am selling. I still work in the auction industry, but these eBay auctions are solely my endeavor and have no connection with any other company. About our Autographed OfferingsAll autographed items are sold only after being reviewed by a third party authentication firm such as Beckett Authentic, PSA DNA, James Spence Authentication or Upper Deck Authenticated. Each signed item will be accompanied by either an LOA or COA from one of these companies. About our Shipping PoliciesWe ship all orders with FedEx Ground or USPS, and include Delivery Confirmation if indicated in the description. The shipping rate is shown on each eBay listing, but we will combine orders for one shipping price after the auction. Each item will be protected for shipping using quality packing materials to ensure they arrive in the condition described above. A few reasons NOT to bidThe biggest source of grief in an auction transaction is questions asked after the fact. Please feel free to ask any question not covered clearly by the item description and photo BEFORE YOU PLACE YOUR BID. We will answer them as promptly as we can. Our goal is to offer quality vintage material, describe it properly, ship it promptly after payment, and leave the bidder satisfied with their winnings. So, in the spirit of avoiding unnecessary conflicts AFTER an auction (when they are much more complicated for all parties to resolve) here are a few reasons not to bid in this auction: • I don't agree with the Condition Description. Don't bid. Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but whatever you do don't buy an item you already think you don't like for some reason. It's a sure-fire recipe for unhappiness. • I don't agree with the shipping cost. Don't bid. We attempt to make the cost of shipping reasonable for the bidder and a break-even situation for us in terms of postal charges and packaging, and we will combine items when possible. 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Movie: The Greatest
Original/Reproduction: Original
Object Type: Program
Industry: Movies