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    1890's A. L. Knighten George Dixon Cabinet Photo. George Dixon stood just 5' 3-1/2" earning him the nickname "Little Chocolate." He is credited for coming up with the training technique called shadowboxing. He was also the first black world boxing champion in any weight class and the first Canadian-born boxing champion. The offered A.L. Knighten studios of Oakham is a rarity for sure. The image of a young Dixon has some toning but has retained a nice amount of detail. The card mount shows the affects of being part of a wall display placing technical grade at good with tape on the reverse.

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    November, 2013
    7th-9th Thursday-Saturday
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