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Old 09-08-2021, 11:50 PM
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Default WTB Boxing 1887-1912, mostly T and E

Looking for low to mid grade cards to finish my sets (and start some new ones), not interested in PSA 5's and such unless it's a card one can't be picky about condition on. Raw preferred, but will also happily buy graded. Have dupes in some sets to trade, also. Have crossed off a lot of needs thanks to this board (thanks, gents), figure it's worth a try as I reformat my list


N CARDS
N28 Allen & Ginter Boxers (5/10, 50%)
Jimmy Carroll, Jack Dempsey, Jake Kilrain, Charlie Mitchell, Jem Smith

N29 Allen & Ginter Boxers (0/8, 0%)
Duffy, Edwards, Havlin, Kerrigan, LaBlanche, McGee, Frank Murphy, Johnny Murphy

N43 Allen & Ginter Boxers (1/8, 12%)
Edwards, Havlin, Kerrigan, LaBlanche, McGee, Frank Murphy, Johnny Murphy

N162 Champions (4/10, 40%)
WITH Lithographer line on back: Kilrain, Smith, Sullivan

NO Lithographer line on back: Dempsey, Kilrain, Mitchell

N310 Mayo Cut Plug Boxers Name at Bottom (16/35, 45%)
Burns, Carney, Chonskia, Corbett, Daley, Dixon, Fitzsimmons, Griffo, Hall, Jackson, Kilrain, Maher, Mitchell, Plimmer, Ryan, Billy Smith, Ed Smith, Sullivan, Van Heest

Need to upgrade cards I have with the advertisement trimmed off: Lavigne, McBride, Walcott

N310 Mayo Cut Plug Boxers Name at Top (23/35, 65%)
Burns, Corbett, Edwards, Fitzsimmons, Godfrey, Griffo, Hall, Jackson, McAuliffe, Myers, O’Donnell, Walcott

Also interested in type cards of the other N sets, N174 Old Judge, N332 SF Hess, cabinets, etc. Also need a Corbett XZalia Cabinet.


E CARAMEL CARDS

E77 American Caramel (22/24, 92%)
Gotch, Langford

E78 Anonymous Caramel (2/25, 8%)
Attell, Berger/Jeffries, Brannigan, Burke, Young Corbett, Deshler, Erne, Gans, Jeffries, Johnson, Kaufman, Ketchell, Klaus, Langford, Harry Lewis, Willie Lewis, McFarland, McGovern, Moore, Moran, Nelson, O’Brien, Wolgast

E79 Philadelphia Caramel 27 Scrappers, BLACK Back (20/21, 95%)
Jack Johnson

E79 Philadelphia Caramel 27 Scrappers, RED Back (10/21, 47%)
Abe Attell, Bob Fitzsimmons, Marvin Hart, Jack Johnson, Johnson/Burns, Johnson/George Cole, Kaufman/Sullivan, Langford, Marton/Nelson, Rawlins, Arm and fist “Right” way, Arm and fist “Wrong” way

E80 Philadelphia Caramel 44 Scrappers (5/11, 45%)
Monte Attell/Abe Attell, Gardiner/Fitzsimmons, Jack Johnson, Kelly / Ketchel, McGovern / Corbett, Tommy Murphy



T AMERICAN TOBACCO CARDS
T9 Turkey Red Boxers (Checklist and ordering information on back) (19/26, 72%)
56 Sullivan, 61 Marto, 65 Langford, 68 Jeanette, 69 Cross, 70 McGovern, 71 Hurley

T9 Turkey Red Boxers (No ordering info on back, only a checklist) (3/26, 11%)
51 Driscoll, 52 Attell, 53 Wolgast, 54 Coulon, 55 Jeffries, 56 Sullivan, 59 Murphy, 60 Moran, 61 Marto, 62 Gardner, 63 Lewis, 64 Papkę, 66 Brown, 67 Ketchel, 68 Jeannette, 69 Cross, 70 McGovern, 71 Hurley, 72 Mellody, 73 Kaufman, 74 Lewis, 75 O’Brien, 76 Johnson

T218 Tolstoi Backs (46/50, 92%)
Abe Goodman, Jack Goodman, J.L. Hartranft, Unk Russell

T219 Honest Long Cut, GREEN Text backs (42/50, 84%)
Johnny Coulon, Joe Jeanette, Jack Johnson, Al Kaufman, Willie Lewis, Young Nitchie, Tommy O’Toole, Billy West

T219 Miners Extra Backs (47/50, 94%)
Frank Klaus, Frankie Neil, Jack Twin Sullivan

T219 Red Cross (10/50, 20%)
Matty Baldwin, Patsy Brannigan, Young Corbett, Johnny Coulon, Leach Cross, Al Delmont, Dave Deshler, Young Donahoe, Jim Driscoll, Abe Goodman, Jack Goodman, Battling Hurley, Joe Jeanette, James Jeffries, Jack Johnson, Al Kaufman, Stanley Ketchell, Frank Klaus, Patsey Kline, Sam Langford, Harry Lewis, Willie Lewis, Young Loughrey, Johnny Marto, Honey Mellody, Owen Moran, Battling Nelson, Dick Nelson, Young Nitchie, Jack O’Brien, Tommy O’Keefe, Tommy O’Toole, Unk Russell, Jim Stewart, Harry Stone, Jack Sullivan, Mike Sullivan, Fred Welsh, Billy West, Ad Wolgast

T220 Silver

Interested in all cards for another set.

T223 Dixie Queen Prize Fighters Past & Present (21/50, 42%)
James J. Barry, Tommy Burns, Jem Carney, Joe Choynski, Jack Dempsey, George Dixon, Mike Donovan in the 60’s, Billy Edwards, Young Erne, Bob Fitzsimmons, Charlie Goldman, Jack Goodman, Young Griffo, Marvin Hart, Peter Jackson, Ben Jordan, Frank Klaus, Jem Mace, Frankie Madden, Jack McAuliffe, Terry McGovern, Charlie Mitchell, Jack O’Brien, John L. Sullivan, Joe Wagner, Tug Wilson, FB Heenan and Sayers, FB Mace and King, FB Randall/Belasco

T225-1 Grey Borders
Slow building a master set, half way through now. The variations are numerous with the 10 different backs, interested if you have any. I have a proper checklist but would clutter too much to list out here.

T225-2 White Borders (23/25, 92%)
Kid Beebe, Ty Cobb

T226 Red Sun (34/50, 68%)
Attell, Coulon, Donahoe, Driscoll, Gans, Hayes, Hyland, Jeanette, Jeffries, Johnson, Ketchell, Keyes, Langford, Harry Lewis, Moran, Stone

T227 Honest Long Cut BLACK TEXT (15/24, 62%)
Home Run Baker, Bruce Brown, Cobb, Dixie IV, Willie Hoppe, Matt McGrath, Ralph Mulford, C.P. Rodgers, Uhlan

T227 Honest Long Cut PURPLE TEXT (6/24, 25%)
Abe Attell, Bender, Bruce Brown, Cobb, Alfredo De Oro, Dixie IV, Ess H. Kay, Budd Goodwin, Harold Hilton, Jack Johnson, Frank Klaus, W.J. Kramer, Rube Marquard, Jack McDermott, Matt McGrath, Ralph Mulford, C.P. Rodgers, Zbysko

T227 Honest Miners Extra (10/22, 45%)
Baker, Bender, Cobb, Alfredo De Oro, Dixie IV, Ess H. Kay, Harold Hilton, Willie Hoppe, W.J. Kramer, Jack McDermott, Ralph Mulford, Uhlan

T229 Kopec Backs (4/40, 10%)
Abe Attell, Monte Attell, Bond, Brookins, Frankie Burns, Tommy Burns, Campi, Choynski, Curtiss, Davidson, Driscoll, Flynn, Frayne, Gibson, Gotch, Hanlon, Hayes, Hyland, Jeffries, Johnson, Kaufman, Kelly, Latham, Leary, Longboat, McCarthy, McWood, Moran, Nelson, Parmalee, Radley, Sullivan, Thomas, Ward, Willard, Wolgast

T229 Pet Backs (13/40, 32%)
Abe Attell, Bond, Brookins, Frankie Burns, Tommy Burns, Campi, Choynski, Corbett, Curtiss, Driscoll, Flynn, Gibson, Hanlon, Hayes, Hyland, Jeffries, Johnson, Kelly, King, Longboat, McCarthy, Moran, Papke, Radley, Thomas, Willard, Wolgast



Canadian Cards - C52 Champion Athlete & Prize Fighter Series (91/109, 82%)
3b Tommy Murphy
4b Dick Hyland
5b Ad Wolgast
6a Budd Goodwin
7b Battling Nelson
26b Harry Porter
33b M.J. McGrath
50a Bert Keyes
52 Fred Welsh
60 Fred Herreshoff
62 Findlay Douglas
83 Willie Hoppe (portrait)
85 George Low
86 Jack Hobens
88 Harry Cline
89 Willie Hoppe (playing)
91 Alfred de Oro
92 George Sutton (Playing)

Last edited by G1911; 03-18-2023 at 12:35 AM. Reason: Crossed a few off
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Old 09-10-2021, 11:42 AM
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Great progress on a what will be a world class boxing collection. If you had to prioritize a few sets which would they be? I may be able to assist. Also, where are the e78's?
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Old 09-10-2021, 01:50 PM
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Great progress on a what will be a world class boxing collection. If you had to prioritize a few sets which would they be? I may be able to assist. Also, where are the e78's?
I donít think I will ever hit world class like yours, but I sure have been having a blast getting even this far. My favorites by far are the T220 Silvers, with T218 close behind. A small batch of T220 silvers I got was what made me get into boxing at all. Anything circa 1910 I like mostly because the fighters portrayed are the guys in these sets I started collecting when I was 12. T219 as a complement to my T218 master set is a favorite, and T9ís are the top for eye appeal. Been putting more effort into the Turkey Reds lately, they look lovely set up around the house. The E75 error is bumping up my list after I got the other one, even though itís an ugly set I love it for some reason.

E78, alas, I have none of but it certainly belongs here, Iíd love to build that one too if enough of them ever pop up! As my list of cards one sees with regularity starts to get short Iíve put more effort this year into the tougher stuff, Red Crosses and Red Suns and the like. I wonít finish E78, E79 Red, T226, etc. but as many as I can do will make for a nice binder one day.

If you have extras of the 1909-1912 especially, Iíd love to buy some off you.
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Old 11-25-2021, 05:05 PM
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Significantly updated, still looking for any of these! Or other tough c. 1910 boxing cards. Thanks to all you gentleman who have helped me
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Old 11-25-2021, 05:47 PM
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Greg, I have a bunch of stuff on your list available. Drop me a line when you have a chance.
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Old 11-25-2021, 06:58 PM
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Greg, I have a bunch of stuff on your list available. Drop me a line when you have a chance.
Emailed you! Turkey and boxing cards make a good day
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Old 10-18-2022, 08:00 PM
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It' been 7 months and we don't really have any active threads anyways so.... bumpity bump, please and thank you
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Good Morning. I don't really collect boxing cards and even struggle trying to figure out what sets they came from. I don't know if this will help, what series they are from, or anything about them - but I have a few boxing cards like the ones pictured attached to this post. They appear to be fragile cards and came in a collection of cards I purchased a few years back. I'm not interested in selling them, but trading would work. If they interest you, please let me know.
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Old 12-08-2022, 04:45 PM
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Good Morning. I don't really collect boxing cards and even struggle trying to figure out what sets they came from. I don't know if this will help, what series they are from, or anything about them - but I have a few boxing cards like the ones pictured attached to this post. They appear to be fragile cards and came in a collection of cards I purchased a few years back. I'm not interested in selling them, but trading would work. If they interest you, please let me know.
I can at least help on the identification front - these are 1935/6 Album Nestle Explorations Sports Contes cards from France, issued in numerous series and containing a range of subject types. Little bit more recent and foreign than what I collect, but they are a cool set. Some of the non-sports gents collect these too.
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Old 12-10-2022, 01:09 PM
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A friend of mine, Mark Talbot, is also doing a master set of T218s, I just sold him another T218We are both members of OLC oldbaseball.com and you can find our emails and wantlists by looking us up in the directory.
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