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Nice one, Peter. I used to own it!
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It's funny how these pieces make their way around the hobby. A great card, now with pedigree to boot!

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Really excited to knock this card off my want list.uploadfromtaptalk1403048362155.jpg
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Slowly working on the Boxers/Wrestlers of the N28 set. I got Sullivan in the spring and finally got around to grading him at the end of August. Definitely a good looking card, I just need to clean the fingerprints off the slab (or the scanner maybe).
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Picked this up at the Chantilly, VA show a few weeks ago. It's an advertising piece for Royal Tailors and features Frank Gotch who was the first American to be the professional wrestling champion of the world in 1908. This was back when pro wrestling was a legitimate sport and key matchups used to fill up baseball stadiums with fans.



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Crack! Sugar Ray Robinson tenderizes Randy Turpin's face.

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Picked this up at the Chantilly, VA show a few weeks ago. It's an advertising piece for Royal Tailors and features Frank Gotch who was the first American to be the professional wrestling champion of the world in 1908. This was back when pro wrestling was a legitimate sport and key matchups used to fill up baseball stadiums with fans.

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Jeff, Frank Gotch was one of my google searches for a long time. I was trying to find more information about this guy (Ed Gaffney) who officiated at least one of his matches in Seattle, and who at one time was also a wrestler for the Seattle Athletic Club, where this photo was probably taken. My interest in Gaffney was purely because the photograph was taken by Curtis & Guptill, whose photographs and gravures I collect.

I also just picked up this 'Ringside' RPPC that shows Gotch.

Story on the Gotch/Roller Seattle fight that Gaffney officiated: Gotch put Roller in a 'bone-breaking hold...a perfectly fair hold, but it is devilish in its cruelty....those at the ringside could hear Ihe bones of the foot and ankle crush and snap. Eddie Gaffney, the referee on hands and knees near the wrestlers, could not stand it. "Let up a little, Gotch, you will break his leg." The champion eased the pressure, and with a tremendous kick with his free foot Roller got free, but he was beaten right there. That awful torture to which he was subjected took the sap out of him, and he jumped 'around the ring like a lame cock who had been gaffed'.

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Very nice Mayo!

I picked this up at the National in a trade. Only the 2nd one I'd ever seen.



There is no governmental entity called the "Betting Commissioners of New York"; it was really an illegal policy game based on the fight that happened to use this slip as the ticket.

Ironically, there was one in the recent Heritage auction too.
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Picked up this Mickey Landis signed postcard. Has anybody ever heard of him?
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Pretty obscure fighter. Looks like a Eastern Pennsylvania area clubfighter type.

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Tommy Gibbons vaudeville ad.
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Any idea where that vaudeville piece is from?

I already posted this in a different thread but WTF, I am so pleased to get it that I might as well do it here too!



I have no idea what this is, other than it is old and came from a European seller:

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I'm guessing the Gibbons piece is from his 1924 trip to England, to fight Jack Bloomfield.
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Any idea where that vaudeville piece is from?
It is from a stint at the Pantages Theater in Minneapolis. It opened in 1916 and is still in use today.

Gibbons was from St. Paul, so doing an event at a venue across the river wouldn't have been unusual. While he didn't make much from the 1923 title fight with Jack Dempsey, he did pretty well with the vaudeville shows.
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It is from a stint at the Pantages Theater in Minneapolis. It opened in 1916 and is still in use today.

Gibbons was from St. Paul, so doing an event at a venue across the river wouldn't have been unusual. While he didn't make much from the 1923 title fight with Jack Dempsey, he did pretty well with the vaudeville shows.

I stand corrected then. The Pathe News reference on top of all the European sounding supporting acts led me to believe it was UK based.
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Here is a little more info on Gibbons' show at the Pantages:
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I guess the poster isn't necessarily from the Minneapolis location. It looks like Pantages had a pretty big circuit around this time. This is the schedule for a 1921 Pantages tour
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Been working on a set of PCs from D & K Enterprises in SF, ca. 1905, relating to the Britt-Nelson bouts.






That last one made it to Belgium in 1905 and somehow survived and returned to the USA, where I own it 110 years later. Where will it be 110 years from now, I wonder? I am reasonably certain I will be sprinkled all around the Kona coast by then...

Also had a fun snag with this Sharkey RPPC; signed on back:

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Adam,

Amazing esoteric stuff - where do you get these and how are you able to build a collection around such a specific event? Very cool. Makes my T9 seem............well.................bland.

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I think we have the same taste but mine is not near as nice, but I do love the patina.
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Jeff, Frank Gotch was one of my google searches for a long time. I was trying to find more information about this guy (Ed Gaffney) who officiated at least one of his matches in Seattle, and who at one time was also a wrestler for the Seattle Athletic Club, where this photo was probably taken. My interest in Gaffney was purely because the photograph was taken by Curtis & Guptill, whose photographs and gravures I collect.

I also just picked up this 'Ringside' RPPC that shows Gotch.

Story on the Gotch/Roller Seattle fight that Gaffney officiated: Gotch put Roller in a 'bone-breaking hold...a perfectly fair hold, but it is devilish in its cruelty....those at the ringside could hear Ihe bones of the foot and ankle crush and snap. Eddie Gaffney, the referee on hands and knees near the wrestlers, could not stand it. "Let up a little, Gotch, you will break his leg." The champion eased the pressure, and with a tremendous kick with his free foot Roller got free, but he was beaten right there. That awful torture to which he was subjected took the sap out of him, and he jumped 'around the ring like a lame cock who had been gaffed'.
Hey Scott. Don't know how I missed this response late last year. I'm always looking for Frank Gotch pieces. Can you post a picture of your RPPC? What other sets is Gotch known to be in?

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Max Baer vs Jimmy Braddock - Indiana Sport Avion
Jim Londos vs George zaharias - Indiana Sport Avion

Cards are actually whiter than this, not sure what I have going on with my scanner...
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Those are nice, Shawn. I've got a group of those from both the Indiana Sport and Indiana Sport-Avion sets, including Joe Louis. They're from 1936, if you're curious.
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Thank you Arthur - I have quite a few of both of the Indiana Series.

Here are some you guys might like?

Sociedade Industrial:

Gene Tunney
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Those are nice, Shawn. I've got a group of those from both the Indiana Sport and Indiana Sport-Avion sets, including Joe Louis. They're from 1936, if you're curious.
There's also a babe Ruth card.
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Here are some more Sociedade Industrial cards

Al Berg
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Sterling has some Sociedade Industrial cards in the current auction. Lot 363.
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Sterling has some Sociedade Industrial cards in the current auction. Lot 363.
I am looking for the Strangler Lewis and Hans Steinke if someone can find them. I have the Joe Stecher and the Zbyszko in my collection. I actually have a spare Stecher in a PSA 7.
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Picked up a nice grouping of these.
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A few recent pickups. The 3 graded cards were part of a lot I got. The Gans, 1908 Ogden's Cream back arrived Friday.
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My Gans returned from PSA today
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Not rare, but a very nice card. I intend to have Mike Autograph this.

2006 Allen & Ginter #301.
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I bought the same Tyson card for that exact reason...then left it on my desk when I went to the National. Not one of my better moves.
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1946 Jack Dempsey auto.Dempsey was in Halifax as a special guest referee at a wrestling match.The person had him sign the program along side his picture of him being discharges from the arm forces. I am sure that the Dempsey auto is a bit scarce but the program is likely more rare than his auto.

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Do you think this is the same Billy Graham as on your Exhibit?
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Do you think this is the same Billy Graham as on your Exhibit?

I want to say no.But your photo has a Billy Graham that looks ready to go.
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I want to say no.But your photo has a Billy Graham that looks ready to go.
I know, it really was perfect!
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Some modern HOF RCs back from PSA:





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Old 07-23-2016, 03:21 AM
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Arrived yesterday
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I wonder why Savarese as a signer?

Picked this up a while ago but hadn't gotten around to posting it:

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Two down and Triple G to go!

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I picked up this 1930 Max Schmelling/Joe Louis (Rookie)/Braddock Strip at the National over the weekend.
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Old 08-18-2016, 09:41 PM
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Picked up at the convention. Finally got one.
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