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00434 Gallery

Choose from 66 pictures in our 00434 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Memory Lane Prints.


World heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali presented a sunshine coach on the behalf Featured 00434 Image

World heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali presented a sunshine coach on the behalf

World heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali presented a sunshine coach on the behalf of the Variety club of Great Britain, the children's charity organisation, to the hospital for sick children, Great Ormond Street.
11th August 1977

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1970s, 20th Century, African American, Black American, Boxer, Boxing, Boys, Cassius Clay, Chin, Fighter, Girls, Glove, Heavy Weight, Heavyweight Boxer, Lee Marshall, Muhammad Ali, Sick Children, Sport, The Greatest, The Louisville Lip, The Peoples Champion

Muhammad Ali at a press conference with Phillip 'Chip' McAllister, left Featured 00434 Image

Muhammad Ali at a press conference with Phillip "Chip" McAllister, left

Muhammad Ali at a press conference with Phillip "Chip" McAllister, left, and James Leroy Smith, who play him in his younger days in an upcoming film, "The Greatest, " a biography that also stars James Earl Jones, Ernest Borgnine and Robert Duvall.
27th September 1976

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1970s, 20th Century, Actors, African American, Black American, Boxer, Boxing, Boys, Cassius Clay, Fighter, Heavy Weight, Microphones, Movie, Muhammad Ali, Sport, The Greatest, The Louisville Lip, The Peoples Champion

A mine displayed on the deck of UC-5 a German Type UC I minelayer submarine of Featured 00434 Image

A mine displayed on the deck of UC-5 a German Type UC I minelayer submarine of

A mine displayed on the deck of UC-5 a German Type UC I minelayer submarine of the German Imperial Navy.
The submarine ran aground while on patrol on 27 April 1916 and was scuttled by her crew who were captured by HMS Firedrake. The submarine was re-floated and put on displayed at Temple Pier on the Thames river and was later put on display in New York. 21st July 1916

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