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    1925 (Undated) Exhibit Boxers (28 Different). Offered is an assembly of 28 Exhibit boxers from 1925 but are a scarce for mat with no date on the reverse. The backs have the standard Post card logo and the fighters boxing record for 1924 but lack a copyright date. This type of card is usually found in Black & white but different colors do exist. Exactly how many of the '25 boxers can be found in this style has yet to be determined. All Are Black & white unless noted. Includes: Britton, Burman/Purple, Carpentier, Crigui/Purple, Dempsey (VG), Dundee, Firpo, Freidman, Goldstein, Goodrich/B&W, Goodrich/Blank Back-Blue, Greb, Johnson, Kansas, Kramer, Leonard/Purple (FR), Martin, Rocco, Rosenberg, Shade, Smith, Tendler, Tremaine, Tunney, Villa/Purple (GD-pencil), Walker, White, Willard. Grdaes 50% VG to EX, 50% lesser.


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    November, 2018
    15th-16th Thursday-Friday
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