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1910s-1960s Boxing Card Lot of (56) with Cassius Clay & Joe Louis

Lot Number 2178

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Lace up your gloves to battle it out for this heavyweight selection of (56) boxing cards. Dating from the 1910s-1960s, this hard-hitting group packs plenty of collecting wallop. While the bulk of this group comes from the Exhibit Supply Company, there is a nice array of other popular types, including issues by Topps and food companies, along with assorted strip card types. 

Featured are:

1960s Exhibit cards (34) range (EX to NM) unless noted: Cassius Clay aka Muhammad Ali (X2, both VG, due to creasing), Sonny Liston (X2), Ingemar Johansson (X2), Floyd Patterson (X2), "Sugar Ray" Robinson (X2), Joey Giardello (X2), "Flash" Elorde (X2), Henry Hank (X2), Harold Johnson (X2), Doug Jones (X2), Kenny Lane (X2), Isaac Logart (X2), Holley Mims (X2), "Bobo" Olson (X2), Willie Pastrano (X3), Giulio Rinaldi (X3); 

1920s-1930s Exhibit cards (4) range (PR to GD): Tommy Loughran postcard back with adhesive/paper residue, Marvin Hart postcard back, Primo Carnera postcard back, Primo Carnera blank back with adhesive/paper residue;

1910 American Caramel Prize Fighter Caramels (1): Abe Attell (FR);

1949 Reissue 1947 Bond Bread (2) with square corners: Joe Louis (NM), Primo Carnera (EX);

1951 Topps Ringside (2): #43 "Sugar Ray" Robinson (EX), #26 Joe Micelli (PR);

1954 Topps Scoop (1): #39 Dempsey defeats Willard (EX);

1956 Gum Inc. Adventure (3) average (EX-MT to NM): #78 Bob Fitzsimmons, #79 Jim Jeffries, #88 Primo Carnera;

1920s W560 strip cards (2): Jack Dempsey shows EX-MT details, Tom Heeney shows VG-EX details;

1920s Assorted strip cards (7) show PR to GD details: Johnny Kilbane, Jack Britton, Fred Fulton, Joe Beckett, Mike O'Dowd, Johnny Dundee, Lou Tendler (torn in two pieces). 


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