The 1960 Cassius Clay (Muhammad Ali) Rookie Card

The 1960 Cassius Clay (Muhammad Ali) Rookie Card

Muhammad Ali (then Cassius Clay) made his first big splash in the boxing world by winning a gold medal in the 1960 Olympics at the age of 18. Ali would go on to become one of the most important cultural figures of the 20th century. Published in a Swedish magazine, Hemmets Journal, our #60ALI is a 1960 Muhammad Ali Rookie Card, graded PSA 9, and 1 of only 10 PSA 9 examples of the first known Ali cards. Investors who are registered on Rally will be able to participate on April 16th and have a chance to own equity in a piece of boxing history!

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$235,000 • $10.00 per share


Hemmets Journal was a Swedish magazine that published a special issue featuring panels of four uncut trading cards of athletes from different sports for the 1960 Olympics. The #23 Cassius Clay (Muhammad Ali) Rookie Card is considered Ali’s true Rookie Card, and is believed to be the earliest example of an Ali trading card.

Only 23,500 shares @$10.00 per share will be available to qualified investors on Rally Rd. Once the initial offering is fully funded, this #60ALI card will be professionally stored, maintained, and insured on behalf of the investors. After a minimum 90-day lock up period, investors in #60ALI will be permitted to offer their shares for sale within the app through registered broker-dealers during regular Trading Windows, and new and existing investors can also place bids to acquire shares.


  • We source, verify, and acquire the most unique investment-grade items from collections and individuals all over the world.
  • We turn that item into “a company” via regulatory qualification, then split it into equity shares.
  • We open an “Initial Offering” on Rally where investors of all sizes can purchase shares & build their portfolio.
  • After 90 days, investors have the chance to sell shares in-app or add to their position on trading days (through registered broker dealers).


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