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1888 John L. Sullivan Silk Stevengraph

1888 John L. Sullivan Silk Stevengraph
1888 John L. Sullivan Silk Stevengraph. This amazing piece of vintage boxing memorabilia comes in the form of a very rare and beautiful, early 1888 Stevengraph. This woven silk image of the great, American World's Heavyweight Boxing Champion John L. Sullivan remains in gorgeous condition.

John Lawrence Sullivan, often called the "Boston Strong Boy," was an extraordinarily popular figure in the late nineteenth century and a genuine boxing immortal. He was the link between bare knuckles and glove fighting, and the first great American sports idol. In an age when professional bare-knuckled bouts often dragged on for 50-plus rounds, few of John L Sullivan's fights lasted more than a couple. From 1877 to the turn of the century, Sullivan literally knocked out hundreds of capable men and was the undisputed Champion of the World. He was a broad-chested bull - powerful and quick, destroying opponents with either hand, and taking punishment like no other. Many experts still consider him the best heavyweight ever. The Portrait offered here pictures Sullivan at the height of his popularity if not the height of his prowess - still, it would take a very brave man to enter the ring against this heavily muscled pugilist. Additionally, Sullivan is known as the first heavyweight champion of gloved boxing and is generally recognized as the last heavyweight champion, under London Prize Ring rules, of bare knuckle boxing.

This very scarce, vintage boxing collectible was professionally matted and framed, the frame measures 9"x 11". The overall condition is EX-MT to NR-MT!


Early 1900's Medicine Ball - 11 pounds

ITEM 1: Here we have a very unusual Early 1900’s Medicine Ball. This vintage medicine ball is very unique as it features the same figure-eight stitch pattern as a standard baseball. Additionally, the "stitching" is all done in rawhide lace, a very high quality medicine ball. It will look amazing in a vintage baseball collection, vintage boxing display, or any vintage sports collection!  The antique medicine ball weighs 11 pounds and is a bit larger than a standard basketball. The cover is thick brown leather and the condition is solid EX-MT!


1900-10 Narragansett Machine Company Indian Clubs

910's Boxing Figural Trophy-Statue 
1900-10 Narragansett Machine Company brand Indian Clubs. This is a fine pair of vintage indian clubs made by the Narragansett Machine Company. Sometimes referred to as exercise pins, these wooden weights were used by boxers and other athletes, to sculpt their fine physiques back in the early 1900's. This pair is decorated with a colorful decal of the company logo on each club.


1910's Boxing Figural Trophy-Statue

910's Boxing Figural Trophy-Statue
1910's Boxing Figural Trophy-Statue. This is an exceptional piece of vintage boxing memorabilia. The vintage boxing figure is bronze in color, probably a bronze wash, in a classic boxing pose. Resting upon a solid marble base, the height is 10+ inches tall.


1920’s Draper & Maynard Leather Boxing Speed Bag

ITEM 5: The offered vintage boxing speed bag was made by D&M, the Draper & Maynard Sporting Goods Company, and dates from the 1920ís. This is a great looking, high quality, vintage boxing speed bag. The dark maroon leather and lucky dog logo make for a great display. This would have been a very expensive item when it was sold. The vintage bag holds air and remains in wonderful condition. The leather remains soft and supple and the overall condition is solid EX-MT.


1920’s McKinnon 2-Tone Leather Boxing Speed Bag

Vintage boxing speed bag was made by McKinnon and dates from the 1920ís. This is a great looking, high quality, vintage boxing speed bag. The two-tone dark maroon and tan leather makes for AWESOME aesthetic appeal! This would have been a very expensive item when it was sold. It was produced by the McKinnon Sporting Goods Company.


1920-30’s Hutch 2-Tone Leather Boxing Speed Bag

The offered vintage boxing speed bag was made by Hutch and dates from the 1920-30's. This is a great looking, high quality, vintage boxing speed bag. The two-tone dark brown and tan leather makes for AWESOME aesthetic appeal! This would have been a very expensive item when it was sold. It was produced by the Hutch Sporting Goods Company. The logo indicates that it was their model SR. The leather remains soft and supple and the overall condition solid EX-MT to NR-MT!


1930’s Ken-Wel Vintage Boxing Speed Bag

1930’s Ken-Wel Leather Boxing Speed Bag. This fine vintage boxing speed bag was made by the Ken-Wel Sporting Goods Company. It is a high quality example which is clearly identified with a bold Ken-Wel logo as model 123.


1940's Set of Rittgers Boxing Figures

1940's Set of Rittgers Boxing Figures
1940's Set of Rittgers Boxing Figures. This is a great set of the boxing figures made by Rittgers in the 1940's. Rittgers created various sets of figures, mostly of a sports theme. The figures were made of chalkware and were colorfully painted. This boxing set is in great condition with vibrant paint.


Muhammad Ali Signed 8”x 10” Color Photograph

Muhammad Ali Signed 8”x 10” Color Photograph. The offered boxing collectible is a signed color photo of Muhammad Ali, "The Greatest." The photo was signed in the 1980's. The photo itself is a great shot of Ali with his chin being held up with his fists. The signature is bold and crisp... as nice as it gets! Overall condition is NR-MT to MINT!




 
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