(USA Today) -- Two pairs of Muhammad Ali fight-worn gloves -- Ali's (then Cassius Clay) gloves from his Feb. 25, 1964, bout against Sonny Liston and his gloves from his March 8, 1971, bout against Joe Frazier (Ali-Frazier I) – each sold for $385,848 in a SCP Auctions' November auction which concluded early Saturday. The sale of these two items set a world-record price for any piece of boxing memorabilia at public auction in Laguna Niguel, Calif.
The winning bidders asked to remain anonymous.
The Angelo Dundee Estate Collection of boxing memorabilia, more than one hundred items spanning the breadth of Hall of Fame trainer Dundee's career (he trained Ali for most of the fighter's career), brought in more than $1.3 million. Jim Dundee, son of the late Angelo Dundee, plans to donate a portion of the proceeds from the sale to the Muhammad Ali Foundation and the auction will also help the Dundee family fulfill Angelo's wish that necessary medical care be provided and funded for Jim's sister, who suffers from multiple sclerosis.
The remainder of the fall auction will end Saturday night, including Ozzie Smith baseball memorabilia, highlighted by his 13 Gold Glove Awards from 1980 to 1992, the personal basketball memorabilia of basketball Hall of Famers Sam Jones, Oscar Robertson and David Thompson, Paul Hornung football memorabilia, a Babe Ruth's c. 1922 team sweater, a Mickey Mantle 1964 to 1967 model game-worn jacket and a T210 Old Mill Joe Jackson card.
Full Dundee Collection results are available at www.scpauctions.com, as is current pricing for the rest of the auction.