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Old 08-29-2016, 04:34 PM
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Hey Adam, you're right. Joe went pro in 1934. It is still possible the strip is from 1935- though I now am not really sure of the exact date of the issuing. Still a cool card. I like that Max and Joe are on the same strip.

Here is my favorite Louis Rookie.
Hate to burst your bubble, but that is another PSA mistake. The set was issued with an album. The album has write-ups about the subjects. In the Joe Louis section it states he has defended his title 19 times. His 19th defense was 1941. The album cover also references Louis as World Heavyweight Champion, which he wasn't in 1935.
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Hate to burst your bubble, but that is another PSA mistake. The set was issued with an album. The album has write-ups about the subjects. In the Joe Louis section it states he has defended his title 19 times. His 19th defense was 1941. The album cover also references Louis as World Heavyweight Champion, which he wasn't in 1935.
Any other dreams you want to crush before I go to sleep, Adam? lol

I do think its a cool strip no matter the year.
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nope. my work is done
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More slabbed modern RCs:






(sorta; he had a 1996 UD Olympics card)

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I also started filling in my type cards collection with promo and advertising cards from recent sets. Here is one:

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There will be some higher grade Tolstois in the upcoming Love of the Game boxing auction.
Which ones ,,Adam?!??
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Right now we have a Gans SGC 60 and a Jeffries SGC 20. Possible we end up with more. Also a lot of other really tough cards. It is shaping up to be a card-centric auction.
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Cool... looking forward to it!! Al
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This was probably a stupid buy but I really like the look:

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That Ali and Inoki card is a tough one to find. I like the look of the card as well.
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