16 16. MUHAMMAD ALI & JOE FRAZIER original signatures on a large black & white action photograph from the bout at Madison Square Garden on March 8, 1971. Framed and glazed; overall 110 x 135cm. Accompanied by original Certificate of Authenticity, valuation and background information. Muhammad Ali vs. Joe Frazier, billed as the “Fight of the Century” was the boxing match between WBC/WBA heavyweight champion Joe Frazier (26–0, 23 KOs) and The Ring/lineal heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali (31–0, 25 KOs), held on Monday, March 8, 1971, at Madison Square Garden in New York City. It was the first time that two undefeated boxers fought each other for the heavyweight title. Frazier won in 15 rounds via unanimous points decision. It was the first of a trilogy, followed by the rematch fights Super Fight II (1974) and Thrilla in Manila (1975), both won by Ali. ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� $2,000–2,500 17. “They fought the world’s best Light heavyweights TONY MUNDINE Lightweights HECTOR THOMPSON” original artwork by Bryan Membury, signed by the artist lower right. Mounted on backing board; overall 62 x 48.5cm.��������������������$100–150 18. A pair of BOXA Internacional gloves, both signed by ANTHONY MUNDINE.������������������������������������������������������������$100–150 19. SUSIE “Q” RAMADAN: IBF World Champion signed displays (2) together with a signed Adidas boxing glove in a perspex presentation case. (3 items). Susie Q Ramadan is an Australian bantamweight boxer (born 10 April 1979). She is Australia’s first female to capture both the International Boxing Federation Bantamweight World Title and the WBC World Bantamweight Title.���������������� $200–300 COMMONWEALTH & EMPIRE GAMES 20. 2nd BRITISH EMPIRE GAMES, LONDON, 1934: Announcer’s Badges for 6th August 1934 (gold embossed on cream background) and 7th August 1934 (gold embossed on pale blue background). In both cases the stick-pin has been removed. Also, 1954 BRITISH EMPIRE GAMES IN VANCOUVER, Official’s badge “B. E. & C. G. Association” , with red ribbon printed “OFFICIAL/VANCOUVER 1954” . Ex Richard “Gus” Taylor (Wales), plus 1958 BRITISH COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN CARDIFF: Group with Official’s badges (7), each enamelled with red Welsh Dragon over ‘BE&CG’ logo, with various ribbons including “ORGANISING COMMITTEE” , “COUNCIL MEMBER” , “ATHLETICS OFFICIAL ” etc.; together with official’s pocket patch embroidered with Games emblem and “British Empire & Commonwealth Games/1958/Official” . (11 items).������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ $500–750 7