Regular price $265.00

Philadelphia Pal Moore (1894-1942) was one of five brothers fighting out of Philadelphia, others being - Willie, Reddy, Frankie and Al; He was not yet sixteen years of age when he began fighting in 1907; Right away, he fought many contests each year and was an experienced fighter even as a teen; Not a power hitter, he was a talented, scrappy boxer who tangled with the best Fighting in during a period in which "No Decision" bouts were the norm, newspaper reports indicate that he "bested" many top men and future champions such as - Jem Driscoll, Oscar "Battling" Nelson, Johnny Dundee, Jimmy Walsh, Young Dyson, Eddie Smith, Julius "Yankee" Schwartz, Joe "Kid" Coster, Knockout Brown, Al Delmont, Tommy O'Toole, Matty Baldwin, Robert "Bert" Keyes, "Young" Sammy Smith, Jack Redmond, "Fighting" Dick Hyland and "Young" Abe Brown Moore was inducted into the Pennsylvania Boxing Hall of Fame in 1973. Offered here is a scarce, original, first generation, mounted, antique photo of Pal Moore as he looked at the height of his career.
This is an original, first generation, mounted, antique photo of Pal Moore in full fight pose. Photographer stamp for Rome Rantz of Philadelphia at lower right mount. Stamp for trainer Jimmy DeForest on front lower mount and on back. Bold, clear image. Clean front and back. Not creased or torn. Minor corner wear. 6 1/4" x 9 5/8."

Size: 6 1/4 x 9 5/8

Condition: excellent