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Cassius Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 59 pictures in our Cassius collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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Boxing - 1966 World Heavyweight title bout - Henry Cooper signs contract to fight Muhammad Ali - Odeon - London

With a life-sized photo model of the man he is to box, Henry Cooper is at the Odeon in Leicester Square, London, to sign the contract for his fight with Heavyweight Champion Muhammad Ali, with the bout to be staged at Arsenal's Highbury stadium on May 21. Watching him are his manager Jim Wicks (left) and promoter Harry Levine (right).

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Boxing - World Heavyweight Title - Muhammad Ali v Henry Cooper - Weigh-in - Odeon, Leicester Square

Great Britain's challenger Henry Cooper (l) shakes hands with defending World Champion Muhammad Ali (r) at the weigh-in before the fight. A bad cut to Henry Cooper's eye would hand Muhammad Ali a 6th round win at Arsenal's Highbury Stadium.

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Boxing - 1963 Heavyweight fight - Cassius Clay and Henry Cooper introduced at special lunch - London

British heavyweight champion Henry Cooper (left) fooling around with a ear-trumpet he fashioned out of a napkin to pretend he could not hear the boastings of American heavyweight Cassius Clay (extreme right), who was claiming he will dispose of Henry Cooper in the fifth round in their fight at Wembley Stadium on June 18. The mediator of the two boxers, who were attending a special lunch in which they were to be introduced, was promoter Jack Solomans (centre).

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