Sam Langford began his professional boxing career on January 13, 1902 with a 3 round victory over Jack McVicker. Known as "The Boston Tar Baby," Langford had one of the best records in boxing for a man denied a shot at a world title. He amassed victories over Joe Jeanette, Young Peter Jackson, Jim Flynn, Harry Wills, Dixie Kid, Philadelphia Jack O'Brien, Sam McVey, Gunboat Smith, and Kid Norfolk. He retired after stopping Fireman Jim Flynn in 3 rounds on October 19, 1923. Presented here is an original, 1921 exhibit card of Sam Langford in boxing pose. This is an original 1921 Exhibit Supply Company exhibit card. Bold, clear image. Clean front and back. Not creased or torn. Minor edge and corner wear. Minor foxing on back from age. 3 3/8" x 5 3/8."