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Old 01-24-2013, 06:10 PM
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I didn't see a thread for the latest pickups, so I thought I'd start a new one. I was excited to pick up this "new" N162 Sullivan to add to my Sullivan collection, so I thought I'd share some pictures.
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Nice looking card.
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Thanks guys. This is one I had wanted for awhile, but waited for the right one.
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Good idea!

In honor of the Dallas Cowboys [too soon? I can never tell], here are a couple of booze-related cards:

1951 Sugar Ray Robinson for vermouth PC



2012 Vitali and Wladimir Klitschko for beer:



For the non-drinkers--like me--Joe Louis Milk Co. premiums:



I don't know what the heck this is. Came from a set of at least 50, and appears to have been printed in 1928. About 10 x 10. I had to grab it since it was Benny Leonard:



A semi-grail for me as it fills a giant chasm in my Benny Leonard collection. Only one I've seen but I assumed he had a PC for his restaurant since everyone else who boxed and ran a restaurant had one for theirs:

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I don't know what the heck this is. Came from a set of at least 50, and appears to have been printed in 1928. About 10 x 10. I had to grab it since it was Benny Leonard:


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Is this on card stock? I've come across one of these before - and wasn't sure what I was looking at.

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Yes, on card stock
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Picked this up in auction this past week. One of a few I didn't have for my '51 Ringside set.
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Nice looking card
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Some Jim Jeffries material:

Ticket and raincheck from the Jeffries Barn boxing arena here in Burbank:



An invitation and two tickets [front and back shown] to a 1941 dinner of the California Boxing Commission honoring Jeffries:



Business card of the manager of Jeffries Barn, G.W. Aiton. Interestingly, Aiton was a former MLB player. He played in 10 games for the 1912 St. Louis Browns:



Two newly discovered Jeffries mail reply cards. I'd previously cataloged a card used to respond to mail about his 75th birthday:



Jeffries Barn letterhead signed by Aiton:



And a vintage snapshot of Rocky Marciano at training camp:



PS: I now have one of the Jeffries 75th birthday mail reply cards available for sale or trade. Only the 2nd one I've seen. Minor back damage from scrapbook removal

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Old 05-14-2013, 10:34 AM
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Default James Jeffries T218 Tolstoi

This beauty arrived today. Am glad to finally add him to my set after several missed opportunities over the years. I hope you can see in the picture that the back has a faint print outline (faded red/pink) that appears to mirror the front of image of the card. Notice that the left/right elbows are reversed. Is this likely a wet sheet transfer?
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Yup, and a Tolstoi too. Very nice. Here's one of the other pose:

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Picked up both of these yesterday. Jack Johnson and Jess Willard Cuba postcard and glass lantern slide of John L Sullivan.
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Splendid, Kenny! That Sullivan-Kilrain image was used on the Romeo y Julieta card:

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R309 of Baer, Carnera and Dempsey:

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Boxing doesn't generally get a whole lot of my budget or attention, so it usually takes me a while to finish anything(even the small sets). Had the wrong "type" as a fill in for a while, but finally managed to pick up the matching type cheapie to finish this small set..
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I know they seem a bit out of place, but here's a few modern wrestling pickups..
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Wrestling poster from Yakima Armory event, 1950. Al Szacz v. Gorgeous Gussie the 400 lbs. bear. Slim wrestling/baseball crossover.

One of the apocryphal stories of minor league baseball in central Washington featured longtime fiery PCL player/manager, Edo Vanni, who wrestled a bear in between games of a double header. He played for Yakima Bears in 1949, but the story has had many settings including Yakima, Wenatchee and even Salem Oregon. By all reports the bear won.

Event sponsored by Sick's Brewing & Malting of Sick's Stadium and Seattle Pilots infamy.


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No posts in the last two months?!?!? That ain't right. Here's my latest, the California Grizzly Bear, Jas. J. Jeffries:

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Here are 2 tough T219's I was able to pick up recently...



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Been high on my wrestling want-list for a while. It's been a pain finding one that wasn't vastly overpriced. Was very happy with the price from the opcbaseball site that advertised in the BST...

Also fits into my Baseball collection as well. I've always had a soft spot for one time ballplayers who went on to be more famous post-career..
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Really excited to knock this card off my want list.uploadfromtaptalk1403048362155.jpg
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Slowly working on the Boxers/Wrestlers of the N28 set. I got Sullivan in the spring and finally got around to grading him at the end of August. Definitely a good looking card, I just need to clean the fingerprints off the slab (or the scanner maybe).
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Picked this up at the Chantilly, VA show a few weeks ago. It's an advertising piece for Royal Tailors and features Frank Gotch who was the first American to be the professional wrestling champion of the world in 1908. This was back when pro wrestling was a legitimate sport and key matchups used to fill up baseball stadiums with fans.



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A few recent pickups. The 3 graded cards were part of a lot I got. The Gans, 1908 Ogden's Cream back arrived Friday.
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My Gans returned from PSA today
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Not rare, but a very nice card. I intend to have Mike Autograph this.

2006 Allen & Ginter #301.
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I bought the same Tyson card for that exact reason...then left it on my desk when I went to the National. Not one of my better moves.
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1946 Jack Dempsey auto.Dempsey was in Halifax as a special guest referee at a wrestling match.The person had him sign the program along side his picture of him being discharges from the arm forces. I am sure that the Dempsey auto is a bit scarce but the program is likely more rare than his auto.

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Been meaning to pick up a nice Ali type card for a while. I was able to grab this in the LOTG auction. Really nice looking card when you have it in your hand.


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That's slick. Nice card!
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That's a beauty. It's funny but I always thought that of all the Paninis that one looks the least like him.

From a set of ten cards for a UK music compilation. The set also includes Carl Froch and Tyson Fury, neither of which have other cards I know of:



I cannot wait to see this guy lock horns with Chocolatito later this year:

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Latest pickup.... I plan to have it autographed next week.
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Here are my final acquisitions of 2016.
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Also, I finally picked up an Ali card.
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That Johnson card is one of my all time favorites. I've been on the lookout for one for some time. I've been collecting the Wills set and really like it. Maybe even my favorite overseas issue.

If anybody has any extra Wills please let me know!

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Picked up this photo from Historic Images. Guy on the right is identified as promoter Dave Hawkins, who I could find no info on as of yet.

Fighter on the left which is unidentified, I am almost positive is a very rare image of Top Middleweight contender "Panama" Joe Gans who was blocked by the color barrier at the time from fighting for the World Title.

Did hold the "Colored" Middleweight title on more then one occasion. Beat rival Tiger Flowers twice.

Blind studio stamp on the photo indicates a Cleveland photo studio. Gans may have stopped there on his way to fight Flowers in Toledo in 1923.....or the studio may have traveled to Toledo for the fight, which was somewhat of a big deal at the time.
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Picked up a 1932 La Pie Qui Chante - Primo Carnera
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You can still find deals on eBay. Got this t226 JJ in a mislabeled lot for cheap. Been waiting on this type card for a while.


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Its a T227. Nice pickup.
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lol, thanks for catching error. too many numbers for me to keep track of.
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Not really a boxing collector. But was intrigued by this 1947 Sugar Ray Robinson photo. A smiling Sugar Ray on the front contrasts the dated stamp on the back: the day he fought (and killed) Jimmy Doyle in his first defense of his title.

Photo by Dork?
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Looks like a press photo. The stamped date might be the publication date for a newspaper.
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I just started really getting into collecting boxing at National this year. Here are a few of my recent pick ups.

















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