JOHNSON, JACK-JAMES JEFFRIES REAL PHOTO POSTCARD (ROUND 4-1910)
JO Sports, Inc.
Regular price $475.00
HISTORY: On July 4, 1910 Jack Johnson successfully defended his heavyweight title against Jim Jeffries, the former champion. Jeffries had retired undefeated champion after his last fight in 1904. Encouraged greatly by a racist public eager to get rid of Jack Johnson, Jeffries agreed to fight Johnson, but age and an almost six year lay-off, coupled with Johnson's great skill and youth proved to be too much. Jeffries was easily defeated in a one sided match. Offered here is an original, real photo postcard depicting Johnson and Jeffries fighting during round 4.
FULL DESCRIPTION: This is an original, Dana, real photo postcard numbered 5 in the series of Johnson-Jeffries postcards of this fight. Unused. Bold, clear image. AZO stamp on back. Not creased or torn. Light fold at lower right corner. Minor edge wear. 3 3/8" x 5 3/8.
Size: 3 3/8" x 5 3/8"
Condition: Very Good