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13x8cm. b/w promotional photo of Al Phillips. Sl. corner creasing, very good condition.
13x8cam. b/w photo of Al Phillips, Dated 1943 on reverse. Signed 'Best of luck to my pal George F Alec. Al Phillips.
Publicity photograph of the great American fighter who won world titles at three weights during the 1930s. 20x13cm. Very good condition. Signed, 'To RA Cumes, Best Wishes Barney Ross.' Cumes was a noted
Original photograph of the Oklahoma City Welterweight, Benny Evans. Details of Evans' five fights in Australia on reverse. 13x8cm. Signed 'Best wishes Benny Evans USA' Signature sl. faded.
Real photograph of Bernard Lowie, who was active during the 1930s. Dated 1937 to reverse. 12.5 x 8cm. A couple of old rust stains to top area. Good condition.
Photograph of the Australian prize-fighter. 20.5 x 15.5cm. One light crease to lower corner. Very good.
Original b/w photo of Billy McLean, the Scottish heavyweight of the 1940s.. 14 x 8cm. Signed and dedicated by McLean to Bill O'Loughlin, Editor of Australian Ring magazine.
"Boxing News" photocard No. 40. 13 x 8cm. Very good.
Portrait of the US World Light Heavyweight Champion who was defeated by Ali and Frazier. Known as 'The Deputy Sherriff'. Signed to the front by Foster with a dedication. 25 x 20.2cm. Very good condition.
Postcard-size photograph of Bunny Johnson, published by his manager - George Biddles of Leicester. 14 x 9cm. Some ink notes to reverse. Good condition.
A small photograph of the four boxers Mick King, Les Darcy, Eddie McGoorty and Jimmy Clabby, who were all fighting out of Sydney in 1915. Ink note to a well-known Australian collector of boxing memorabilia
Original Press boxing photograph of McCorkindale with his wife at Waterloo Station, on his way to America to fight Patsy Perroni.# 22 x 16cm. Press caption stuck to reverse. Very good.
Original Press boxing photograph of Emile "Spider" Pladner. A talented fighter, he lost only 16 bouts in 134 contests and scored 39 knockouts; During his career Pladner won the NBA Flyweight
Original Press boxing photograph. 17 x 12cm. Press caption stuck to reverse. Very good.
Henneberry was a famous Australian middleweight between the wars. 14 x 8cm. Printed signature to image. Very good.
Original Press photograph of the American boxer returning to the US after his "no contest" bout with Mazzinghi for the World Junior Middleweight title. 18.6 x 23.96cm. Original Press stamps and paper
Original sepia photograph of Cochrane soon after becoming World Welterweight Champion in 1941. 17.5 x 13cm. Very good condition.
Original sepia photograph of Tunney and George Bernard Shaw attending a Polo match, probably taken in 1929. The two had met the previous year, and the friendship lasted until Shaw's death
Large sepia-tinted photograph of world heavyweight champion, Gene Tunney in training. 24x20cm. Very good condition.
Original Press boxing photograph of Tunney speaking over a NBC Network 3 years after his retirement. 25.5 x 20.5cm. Press caption stuck to reverse. Some light creasing, mainly to the extremities. Good.
Original Press boxing photograph. 18 x 13cm. Press caption typed to reverse. Single area of paper residue and adhesive to reverse, which has damaged the front, although it is hardly noticeable.
Small (postcard size) photograph of boxers Gerry McNally and Alex Ambrose with Johnny Johnstone in between. 14 x 9cm. Surface scuff to top right corner. Good condition.
Original Press photograph of Carpenter in his early days as a BBC commentator. 16.5 x 12cm. Press caption stuck to reverse. Very good.
Postcard size real photograph of Harry Craster with promotional details below. Harry Craster, from Middlesbrough, was most famous for inflicting the first defeat in the career of the great French boxer
Original Press boxing photograph of Cooper dressed in drag for a charity pantomime performance. 22 x 17cm. Press caption typed to reverse. Crease across bottom left corner. Very good.
Black and white photograph of Cooper holding some of his belts. Signed nicely by Cooper in ink across the front. 15 x 10cm. Very good.
Postcard-sized photograph, believed to be of Henry Hall, the Sheffield Welterweight, celebrating in the ring. 9 x 14cm. Image a little faded. Hall's name written in ink to reverse. Corners rounded. Good.
Postcard-size photograph of Jack Bodell, published by his manager - George Biddles of Leicester. 14 x 9cm. Pinhole to top edge. Good condition.
Postcard size with printed title. Image of the Derbyshire heavyweight (and Chip Shop owner) who lost to Ali and Cooper, and beat Bugner. Signed nicely by Bodell to front. 13.6 x 8.9cm. Very good condition.
Publicity head & shoulders photograph of Jack Dempsey. Inscribed and signed in ink "To my friend Charley Roeder, Good Luck, Jack Dempsey". Overall measurements 27 x 21cm. Fine condition. Very nicely
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