After his death in 2011, Joe Frazier's children filled a Philadelphia storage unit with the heavyweight champion's personal belongings.
They saved an oversize photograph of Frazier's knockdown of Muhammad Ali, a trophy celebrating his 1964 Olympic gold medal, and even the ring ropes and punching bags from Frazier's North Broad Street boxing gym. His 11 children planned to keep the collection for themselves.
"But then we thought, what would our father think?" said Frazier's daughter, Weatta Collins.
That led them to Hunt Auctions in Exton, which is holding an online auction at www.huntauctions.com that ends Wednesday.
Also in the auction is the green and gold WBC heavyweight title belt presented to Frazier's family after his death. The original was given by Frazier in 1991 to Nelson Mandela. Mandela's thank-you letter is also up for grabs.