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In This Corner: The Fantastic World of Boxing by One of the Ablest Commentators in This Country

By Leigh-Lye, Terry

London: Mayflower Dell , 1963. First printing, PBO. 127 pp., photos, about 4.5 X 7 inches. Good copy with no owner's name, some wear to covers at edges. An attractive copy of this uncommon boxing book.. 1st Edition. Soft Cover. Good.


Sting Like a Bee: The Mohammad Ali Story

By Torres, Jose. Norman Mailer Pref. Le Roy Neiman Ills

N.Y.: Curtis, 1971. First printing. 254 pp., ills., mass-market paperback. Very Good copy: tight, fresh and square with no owner's marks or serious wear/creases. Just light edge-wear, couple of minor creases.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good.


Come Out Smokin': Joe Frazier - The Champ Nobody Knew

By Pepe, Phil

Coward, MacCann & Geoghegan, N. Y. 1972 First printing. 224 pp., many photos, appendices, octavo size, hardcover, dustjacket. Good/Good copy with untorn, unclipped dj, no owner's inscriptions, Just one school library stamp inside, mylar-protected dj attached to covers. Excellent reading copy..


Ali: A Photobiography

By Lundgren, Hal

Pictorial Publicatoins, 1976., 1976. First printing. Not paginated (about 100 pp.), fully illustrated with photos, oversize softcover. Nearly Fine with light wear to covers. No owner's marks, no tears. Lovely copy of this scarce book with many unique photos.. 1st Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good.


The Michigan Assassin: The Saga of Stanley Ketchel World's Most Sensational Middleweight Champion

By Fleischer, Nat. (Stanley Ketchel)

Self Published, 1946., 1946. First (and only) printing. 104 pp., ills., photos, 8vo, blue hardcover. No dj. Clean, tight copy with no serious flaws. Faint old owner's stamp to ffep, light wear to extremities, slight age-darkening to cloth. Nice copy of a rare boxing book.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good.


Give Him to the Angels: The Story of Harry Greb

By Fair, James R

Smith & Durrell, N.Y., 1946., 1946 First printing. 184 pp., frontis photos, 8vo, yellow cloth, dustjacket. Text shows no wear, no name however the acidic leaves have yellowed with age, particularly along the edges, and the preliminary leaves show some foxing. Dj is price-clipped, has a few short edge-tears and some chipping mostly to the spine-ends, few small stain spots. Uncommon book, hardly ever found in a decent dj like this. VG+/VG-. Nicest copy we've seen.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Dust Jacket Included.


Debatable Decisions

By Odd, Gilbert E

Nicholson & Watson, London, 1953., 1953. First printing. 236 pp., photos, 12mo, black cloth, dustjacket. VG/G. No owner's name, little wear to text. Dj is clipped, some wear to extremties, no real tears, some staining to inside.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Dust Jacket Included.