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Old 06-07-2019, 07:16 PM
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Default My New Book Is Out! America's Great Boxing Cards 2019-2020 Edition

Came in at 376 pages this year, by far the largest edition yet. Same price as before.

http://www.lulu.com/shop/adam-warsha...-24130862.html
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Just ordered a copy.

FYI - Coupon code LKAB317CD will give 15% discount
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thanks. I will pass that on.
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Came in at 376 pages this year, by far the largest edition yet. Same price as before.

http://www.lulu.com/shop/adam-warsha...-24130862.html
Cool, Adam! I have three previous editions. What are the updates/new additions?
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They're all over the place. Off the top of my head: cabinet cards and mounted photos, postcards, Latin American cards, memorabilia, premiums, R cards, E cards, game cards. It was a revision and expansion
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Just received my copy. I'm very impressed. The photos are great.
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I finally took the plunge and bought myself a copy. I kept hoping I'd meet you at one of the California shows and get a signed copy!
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I'll be at the National.
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This thread was copied from the memorabilia side as a favor to a good board member and friend. Good luck, Adam. See you in Chitown!
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Ordered one, looking forward to it
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Gonna have to pick one up one of these days. As one of the few guys who carries some boxing cards it's kind of a sin not to!
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Thanks, Leon. I appreciate the shout-out!
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Order placed, thank you Adam. I just hope this doesn't lead to scope creep for me
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Last I checked Coupon code LKAB317CD will give 15% discount
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Order placed, thank you Adam. I just hope this doesn't lead to scope creep for me
Scope creep rocks. Speaking of which





Oh, and as bait for crossing over to the dark side of collecting may I present a cabinet card of Jem Smith in the same pose as used on the N167 Old Judge and N151 Duke Honest Long Cut cards.



Jake Kilrain cabinet by Wood image used to make the N174 Old Judge:



Patsy Cardiff image used to make his N174 Old Judge card:

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Congratulations! From one author to another, good luck!
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Adam, love the book!, 376 full-size pages of cataloging with lots of pictures. I've enjoyed conversing with Brent on SF Hess cards and glad to see his contribution on the N332 listing. Also like the more complete listing of OJ boxers by card type. Surprised to see so many type 9 (large GQ format) boxers.

Regarding the N173 of Slavin, I wasn't aware of their being two copies. As you may have discussed with Jay, we believe these were an Australian issue which includes non-boxing cabinets. I have a card of Queen Victoria, "Her Majesty the Queen", that came from a scrapbook in Australia. There is also a cabinet of the Honorable Thomas Reily, Speaker of the House, Tasmania. I've been on the hunt for the redemption offer that was likely found in packs of Old Judge Cigarettes exported to Australia that likely mimics the baseball version we had in the states. I assume it took anywhere from 20 to 35 coupons to redeem these cabinets (just as it was in the US for baseball cabinets).


Again, love the book!

A small request . . . Would it be possible, on the type 2 (short number) and type 3 (leading "0" number) N174s, to include the card number in the chart?
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