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Old 01-07-2017, 10:55 AM
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I would like to see some images of these Boxing Beat magazine cut out cards.....


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Wish I could find a list, and I don't know if you'd consider them "cards", but "Boxing Beat" magazine might have had a couple of those guys in a back cover card "cut-out" in the late 80's.

I know I've run across them and considered them pretty neat, but never thought to remove them from the magazine.
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Old 01-25-2017, 12:08 PM
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Cut-out card issues have a long history. Heck, the first two Ali cards are cut from publications (1960 Hemmets and 1962 Rekord). If you have any I'd like to see them.

JWB and Gong have knocked quite a few off my HOF list, not to mention the Pac-Man and B-Hop RCs. They are pretty nice cards.

These are 1981 RCs from Japan's Gong Magazine, stickers actually:




And a 1982 Gong Salvador Sanchez issued a few months before his death:



With this thread in mind I went and picked up the Salvador Sanchez Gong card. Seller in Japan mentioned it was issued in May 1982. Not that it matters much, but wonder if this pre-dates the Panini issue of the same year at all.
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I dunno, but given that he was killed in 1982 and the Gong card definitively predates his death, I opted for it instead of the Panini as my example.

Here are some Fight Beat examples:





ETA: as magazine cut out cards go, they are pretty nice.
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Also, I found a Luis Rodriguez card:

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Can a ticket count as a card, if it is fully intact and has a picture of the boxer?

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No a ticket is a ticket. Nice but not the same.
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Hey Adam, have you catalogued the Seidman program cards? They were a limited edition (Appears to be anywhere from 70+ to 200+ per sheet), that I believe were freebies inserted in programs to fans who purchased ringside tickets to specific fights that Seidman printed the programs for.

Cardstock sheets that appear to be designed for trimming on the front, while the backs usually served as bout cards for the fight night the sheet was issued for. Issued in the early to mid 90's. I had almost all of them at one point, but never thought to digitally archive them properly. I want to say there was somewhere between 15-20 different sheets produced.





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Another I've not seen before. Seidman was associated with Brown's boxing cards; a Seidman Productions Inc. copyright is on the back of some of the 1990s cards.
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Yes, Seidman helped produce some of their larger and more popular sets around the middle of their run. I believe all the series that were like 45 cards and under, Seidman had nothing to do with.

Here's another one of those sheets.


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Damnit, now I have something else to chase...
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