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Old 12-01-2019, 09:07 PM
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Default Boxing Supplement help ID ~ Ali + Jack Johnson

Looking for some help identifying some boxing supplement photos/prints by Boxing News and Chums from1920
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The yellow and red ones are from the mid-1970s.
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Pictures are small, but the Tom Thomas and Jack Johnson pieces look like 1910's era supplements from the U.K. publication "Boxing". Some of them are dated right on them, some of them are not.

The Carpentier, I'm not sure. Could use a bigger picture.
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The Carpentier is a supplement issued May 1, 1920, by Chums magazine as part of its Sports Gallery. There were six supplements in all issued for a week each. They are quite difficult to find but probably of interest only to a type card collector, except for the Dempsey, which is clearly the key card. Here is a better look at a Carpentier:



And all six of them:

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Great information. I have a set of 6 then.
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