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Date(s): July 6, 2005. Album by Adam Warshaw. 1 - 19 of 19 Total. 3313 Visits.
1 2012-2013 Boxing Card Guide I am pleased to offer the revised and expanded seventh edition of my book “America’s Great Boxing Cards”, a price guide, encyclopedia and checklist of American boxing cards. You may purchase the book direct from the publisher at Lulu.com:
The latest edition picks up where the other editions stopped. It contains all of the data that made the prior editions so useful, plus a ton of new research. I added many sets of vintage boxing cards to the listings, further refined the existing listings and checklists, expanded the Canadian and Latin American issues sections (including some newly-discovered sets), added new materials to the exhibit card sections, expanded the section on Panini boxing cards, added modern autographed insert cards, and started coverage of related collectibles like pins, photographs, tickets, credentials, publicity materials, and so on.
2 2011-2012 Boxing Card Guide You may purchase the book direct from the publisher at Lulu.com:
5 1940s Exhibit Joe Louis no HT Another brutally tough 'no Home Town' variation and the key card in the series, I've only seen a handful of these. No creases, back has very faint erased pencil markings, front as shown. Curently in an SGC 20 holder. $150.00
6 1940s Exhibit Sugar Ray Robinson no Hometown This is a rare variation on the normal version of this card. It normally has his home town printed. I had a heck of a time adding this one to my set. $125.00.
7 Jim Corbett Xzalia trade card SGC 50 The most popularly collected of Gentleman Jim's 1890s premiums. $125
8 1923 Exhibit Dempsey From the moderately difficult 1923 set. Clean postcard with bio and record back. $35.00
9 Henry Armstrong The first great pound for pound champ who held three titles at once. No hometown variation. $20.00
10 1930s Exhibit Buddy Baer no headgear variation This is a rare pose also--seen it a few times only. $50.00
12 1890 John L. Sullivan Cabinet Record back, facsimile signature. Part of a series of likely self-issued cards sold as a moneymaker for John L. in conjunction with his theatrical career $350.00
13 James J. Corbett cabinet By photographer Morrison issued to promote JJC's theatrical show at the Haymarket Theater in Chicago. $350.00
14 1951 Ringside Salesman Sample 1 An 8 card salesman sample from the Ringside issue, this one has the Marciano rookie card as well as fellow HOfers Jersey Joe Walcott, Benny Leonard and Sugar Ray Robinson (in action) $1,750.00.
15 1951 Ringside Salesman Sample 2 Here is the reverse of the item with the beautiful box top illustration
16 cabinet Godfrey by Wood A John Wood cabinet card of Godfrey from the same photo session as the Old Judge card's photo. $750.00