Joe Louis A Career History Wild Card (Joe Louis v Billy Conn 1941) 2000
Sporting Profiles Boxing Joe Louis A Career History Wild Card (Joe Louis v Billy Conn 1941) 2000 Joe Louis A Career History Wild Card (Joe Louis v Billy Conn 1941) 2000 L1 - Issued as an extra card to the set of L25 Joe Louis A Career History this card features Joe Louis v Billy Conn 1 a memorable fight which took place at the Polo Grounds on 18th June 1941. The front is in colour and reproduces the souvenir programme cover whilst the black and white back contains mini-pictures and informative text. Size 78 x 60mm.
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Joe Louis A Career History Wild Card (Joe Louis v Billy Conn 1941) 2000

Issuer: Sporting Profiles Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: Issued as an extra card to the set of L25 Joe Louis A Career History this card features Joe Louis v Billy Conn 1 a memorable fight which took place at the Polo Grounds on 18th June 1941. The front is in colour and reproduces the souvenir programme cover whilst the black and white back contains mini-pictures and informative text. Size 78 x 60mm. Number of cards in set: L1 Abbreviations used for Number In Set:
EL = Extra Large; LT = Large Trade ( size 89 x 64mm); L = Large; M = Medium; K = Miniature.

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