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1) 1930s "Joe Louis" premium pin. Diameter 7/8". 2) 1935 "The Brown Bomber" lamp with figural Joe Louis in period boxing pose is dated "9-24-35," the date of the Louis-Baer fight. While the lampshade is no longer present, the lighting fixture and electrical cord remain. Measures 21.25" high. 3) 1935 "Joe Louis' Own Story. 2nd Edition" magazine. Some toning but fully intact publication. 4) Circa 1940 original news photograph of the champ training in outdoor ring with heavy bag. Image is super sharp. Some wear and bottom tear but still fantastic. Photographer "F.W. Tupper" stamp on back. Tupper shot the Hindenberg disaster and his work was used during the official investigation into the crash. 5) Circa 1940 "Joe Louis World Champion" figural clock features metal frame with bust of Louis and gloves. Bottom right portion of the base has metal loss but still beautiful. Also, the center clock mechanism is no longer present but could be easily replaced. Measures 12.5" high. 6) 1940s "Joe Louis Punch. It's a soft drink, son" drinking glass. Measures 4.75" high. 7) 1940s hand-painted boxing freeze. Measures 9x4". 8) 1950s plaster boxing statue. Measures 11" high. 9) 1960s plaster boxing statue. Measures 12.5" high.
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