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    1927 E211 York Caramel Prizefighters Joe Gans #8 SGC 70 EX+ 5.5 - The Only Example Graded by Both PSA and SGC! Joe Gans won the World Lightweight Title by stopping the current Champion Frank Erne in one round at the International Athletic Club at Fort Erie, Ontario. He was the first African-American World Boxing Champion. Gans was one of the most skilled lightweights in the history of the ring, compiling a record of 130 wins - 9 losses - 14 draws. 89 wins came by KO! Joe Gans died in 1910 making his appearance in this series a memorial to one of the best fighters of his era. This is only the first example of card #47 from the E211 series to be graded by either PSA or SGC!

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