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Default NX5 1938 American Sweets card for sale

I am offering it to the N54 community before the general public. Legendary summed it up well: "Issued in the Philippines [Manila], and designated NX5 by Burdick, this series was interrupted by the invasion of the Japanese in 1938. Originally slated for 250 cards, only 40 are known; twenty boxing subjects and twenty weight lifting and exercise images. Each of these cards have been hand-cut from a production sheet, and measure approximately 2-1/2" x 3." I am not sure how accurate the last part is; they may all have been hand cut or the cuts may be factory hand cut. Who knows? These are some of the rarest boxing cards ever made. Other than the 18 Legendary had I think I've only seen one or two others, plus several of the weight lifting cards, and unbelievably, a wrapper. Anyhow, here is a type for sale, a Kid McCoy, only one I've ever seen. $275 shipped. Seven day return privilege from receipt. Supersized scan for condition.

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