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An edition of The Times Journal (Manila) for October 2nd 1975, the day after the great "Thrilla in Manila". The Ali v Frazier fight takes up much of the front and back page. This newspaper was brought
Press notes issued prior to the World Featherweight Championship contest at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham on 12 October 1985, won by Nelson with a knockout. Glossy A4 folder containing stapled
Menu card for the Lincoln Sportsmans Club Dinner, held on November 4th 1999. Barry McGuigan was the guest speaker, and he has signed it in ink to the front cover. Some other light ink marks to front. Very
Official used ticket for the world title eliminator at Luton Town Football Club on June 25th 1988. This was McGuigan's third last fight - he won by TKO. Very good condition.
Boxing poster/flyer for the heavyweight fight at the Cresta Stadium, Sheldon, Birmingham on 28 April 1971, which went the distance with McAlinden winning on points. 26 x 16.7cm. Light fold to top-left
Original ringside Press ticket for the Lightweight Championship of Great Britain fight at Harringay Arena on February 23rd, 1939. This was the first ever live televised boxing match, shown live by the
Boxing poster/flyer for the fight at Wembley Arena on May 13th, 1984. This was Bruno's first defeat as a professional boxer. 21 x 15cm. Changes in ink to support bout. Some light creases and one closed
Musical score for a "Gran Tango de Salon", presumably based on the life of Georges Carpentier, and performed on the piano by Enrique Zanovello. Carpentier is seen in fighting pose to front. Signed on the
4pp funeral programme for Gerry McNally, the British light heavyweight of the 1950s. 4pp. Very good.
A rare poster for the international middleweight contest scheduled for 16 October 1985 at the Royal Albert Hall - Bowers was replaced by the Argentian Roberto Ruiz, who lost to Graham by technical knockout. Glossy
Boxing poster/flyer for the fight at the Civic Hall, Wolverhampton, on January 26th 1972. 30 x 21cm. Pinhole to top and some light creases to edges. Good condition.
Original ticket for the fight between "Gentleman" Jim Corbett and "Sailor" Tom Sharkey, held at the Lenox Athletic Club on November 22nd, 1898. In a controversial fight Corbett was disqualified after
Christmas card in the form of a starched and ironed shirt cuff, sent by the American welterweight boxer Johnny Idrisano to Max Baer, December 1934. At the time Idrisano had just retired and Baer was World
Chromolithograph print, published in Vanity Fair on 9 July 1896. Part of the "Men of the Day" series, # 652. Accompanying biographical page included. 38 x 26cm. Very good.
Original ringside ticket for the fight at Greyfriars Hall, Cardiff, on December 7th, 1938. The ticket still has one stub attached. This comes directly from the collection of Sydney Hulls, the well-known
Original metal badge (with pin to reverse), made by Jack Waltz & Co., Pennsylvania. Very good condition.
Original boxing ticket for the World Heavyweight Championship fight at Scranton on March 27th 1983. Fine condition.
Press notes issued prior to the epic contest at Caesars Palace on 10 November 1983, won by Hagler on a unanimous decision. Glossy A4 folder with pictorial cover containing stapled notes. From the collection
Original cinema ticket stub for the live transmission of the Ali V Foreman fight "The Rumble in the Jungle", dated for the night of September 24th, 1974 - doors opening at midnight. In fact the fight was
Original ticket for the much anticipated rematch between Marciano and Walcott, to be held at the Chicago Stadium on April 10th 1953. The fight was postponed due to rain and they eventually fought
Poster for the WBC flyweight contest on 20 February 1985 at Alexandra Palace which saw Magri lose his challenge by technical knockout. Glossy A4 poster. Some minor creases otherwise good condition.
British Boxing Board of Control promoter and boxer contract for the fight v Mog Mason at Theatre Royal, Tonypandy on 28 April 1933. Signed by Jehu, as well as the manager and promoter. Light fold marks.
Boxing poster advertising two showings of the Championship fight between Sugar Ray Robinson and Carmen Basilio, which was being held at the Yankee Stadium on September 23rd 1957. Basilio defeated Robinson
Official used ticket for the world middleweight title fight between Robinson and Turpin at Earls Court, 10th July 1951. In one of the great sporting upsets, Turpin outfought the hitherto invincible
Original "Service" ticket for the International heavyweight fight at Harringay Arena on April 13th, 1939. The ticket still has two stubs attached. This comes directly from the collection of Sydney
Two cinema ticket stubs. One for the Ali v Cooper fight on 21 May 1966 (screening at New Victoria Theatre, London); the other for the Ali v London fight on 6 August 1966 (screening at ABC Cinema, Brighton). Very
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