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Harry Greb Signed Apeda Studio Photograph

Harry Greb Signed Apeda Studio Photograph

Harry Greb known as "The Human Windmill" for his tenacious boxing style won the World Middleweight Championship on August 31, 1923 over Johnny Wilson. He successfully defended it five times before losing to Tiger Flowers on February 26, 1926. A few months after losing the rematch to Flowers he was involved in an auto accident. He died on October 22, 1926 from complications in surgery. His career posted 264 victories including notables like Gene Tunney, Mickey Walker, Tommy Loughran and Jimmy Delaney. Presented here is a first generation antique photo by New York’s famous Apeda Studios which Harry Greb has signed in ink. Harry Greb has boldly signed this 11" x 13 3/4" first generation photo in black ink. He has inscribed it, "With sincere wishes to a real pal (Red Raven) Harry Greb." There is a diagonal crease along the left side. There are small creases in the left corners. Generally clean with no rips or tears. An exceptionally rare signed photograph.


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