The man who took the famous picture of Muhammad Ali standing over Sonny Liston is selling his collection.Sports photographer Neil Leifer, who shot the pictures for more than 200 Sports Illustrated covers, is selling prints of his best photographs. The most treasured photos are signed and come with Leifers credentials that got him into the events.The auction of photos Leifer owns taken by other photographers will be sold Friday in New York City by Guernseys. Pictures that Leifer took and owns will be sold Saturday.The piece expected to go for the most money is the shot taken at Ali-Liston II in Lewiston, Maine, in May 1965.The 11-by-14 inch photo was made through the expensive dye transfer process and is signed by both Ali and Leifer. Ali wrote under the photo: To Neil Leifer, Thank you for such a great picture. The picture is mounted and comes with Leifers credentials for the dressing room, the weigh-in and the fight and the original envelope they came in.The bidding for the piece started online at $160,000. There have not been any bidders thus far, but Guernseys president Arlan Ettinger said he believes the piece could sell for at least $500,000.Leifer, 22 at the time, was situated perfectly for the shot, as SI senior photographer Herb Scharfman took the other side of the ring. Scharfman wound up in between Alis legs in the photo.Another famous photo included in the auction is the shot Leifer took from the Astrodome roof when Ali fought Cleveland Williams. That item, which is signed by Leifer and includes his credentials, has hit the opening bid of $80,000.NFL photos up for bid include?Leifers picture of the opening handshake at Super Bowl I and?a photo from the 1958 NFL championship game, dubbed The Greatest Game Ever Played, which Leifer shot on the day he turned 16.Ettinger said some photos have a reserve price that will not be publicly disclosed but exist because Leifer would rather keep them if the price is not right.The record price paid for sports photographs was $1.79 million in August by a collector who bought photographer Charles Conlons work. Conlon took pictures of baseball players from 1904 to 1942. The auction included the negatives.The Leifer auctions are only for the photos being sold and do not include the rights to the photos themselves, many of which are owned by Sports Illustrated. Brandon Manning Jersey . Jordan Lynch, the all-purpose Heisman Trophy finalist from Northern Illinois, failed to make it into that exclusive club. Michal Neuvirth Jersey .R. Smith realized how easily basketball can be taken from him, and he wasnt going to take his place in the NBA for granted anymore. http://www.cheapflyersjerseys.com/?tag=adidas-bill-barber-jersey . "No difference at all," chirped U.S. roommate and linemate James van Riemsdyk. "Its still the same cranky Phil. Sean Couturier Jersey . - Connor McDavid scored 53 seconds into overtime as the Erie Otters came from behind to defeat the visiting Guelph Storm 4-3 on Saturday in Ontario Hockey League action. Bernie Parent Jersey .C. -- Todd Fiddler scored a hat trick, including the overtime goal, as the Prince George Cougars survived an 8-7 win against the Kamloops Blazers in Western Hockey League play Sunday. TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Florida State defensive back Derwin James will miss at least 5 to 7 weeks after having surgery on Monday to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee.The second-ranked Seminoles (2-0) travel to No. 10 Louisville (2-0) on Saturday.James suffered the injury during the second half of last Saturdays win over Charleston Southern. The 6-foot-3, 211-pound James is used as a safety, coorner in nickel situations and as an edge rusher.dddddddddddd He had eight tackles and an interception in the opener against then-No. 11 Mississippi and recorded three tackles against Charleston Southern.---Online: AP College Football website www.collegefootball.ap.orgYouth NFL Jerseys CheapWholesale NFL GearWholesale Jerseys ChinaWholesale NFL GearCheap Nike NFL JerseysCheap Jerseys StoreCheap Jerseys 2019 ' ' '