“Harlem Tommy Murphy” Vs “Abe Attell” Cover, NY 1912


We love this The Veteran Boxer magazine cover about the sweet science of boxing with the headline “Harlem Tommy Murphy” Vs “Abe Attell” In Memorable 20 Round Draw On August 3 1912 At San Francisco Cal.

The text on the cover reads:

Harlem Tommy Murphy and Abe Attell

In Memorable 20 Round Draw

On August 3 1912 At San Francisco Cal.

This Spectacle Regarded In The Laurels Of Ring History

As The Most Vicious And Bloodiest Of All

Great Ring Encounters

Each Boy Unmindful Of His Predicament Could Only See

The Damaging Results He Was inflicting On His Opponent

Jack Welsh Who Always Favored A Champion Was Referee!

Murphy’s long career lasted from 1903 to 1919. He compiled a final record of 85 wins, 31 losses, and 26 draws.

The magazine cover is a great collectible for the serious Harlem boxing fan and historian.

Price: $ 39.90

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