Fall, 2017 Ringside and Premier Auction
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A colorful heavyweight from Colorado who fought his first bout in 1881 because his opponent insulted his girlfriend, and who was shot in 1890 over an argument over money (and may or may not have died from his wounds), John Clow began his career as a middleweight and eventually became a heavyweight, one of the first prizefighters trained by Bat Masterson.  The card itself, graded VG 40 by SGC, does exhibit some soiling on the image, and yet is worthy of the grade, with only moderate rounding at the corners and edges also evident.

NOTE the opening bid on this item was erroneously entered as $50. We have corrected the opening bid to $200, any existing bids will not apply. Apologies for the error.
1887 N174 Gypsy Queen J. P. Clow - SGC VG 401887 N174 Gypsy Queen J. P. Clow - SGC VG 40
1887 N174 Gypsy Queen J. P. Clow - SGC VG 40
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Current Bidding
Minimum Bid: $200
Final prices include buyers premium.: $240
Number Bids: 4
Auction closed on Sunday, November 26, 2017.
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