New York: Shapolsky, 1988. Illustrated with b/w photographs. 325 pages. 8vo, light blue boards, dust wrapper. New York: Shapolsky Publishers, (1988). First edition. A near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper, inscribed by the author on the title page. A who's who of Jewish boxers, with candid interviews, humorous anecdotes, rare photos and sensational revelations.
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Caesar's Palace: 1982. Original and complete $100 Heavyweight Championship ticket for the Holmes vs. Cooney fight at Caesar's Palace on June 11, 1982. Measures 7.5 x 3.25 inches. Don King and Tiffany Promotions. Signed on the front in blue ball-point pen by Neiman, who created the artwork for this item. Signed "Cooney" on the back in a thick, sprawling hand with a blue magic marker. Near fine condition.
Norwalk: O'Brien Suburban Press, 1944. 592pp of boxing records of current fighters, complete for the year 1943. 8vo, original black-lettered green cloth (lightly rubbed) Norwalk CT: The O'Brien Suburban Press, 1944. A very good copy. Signed by Nat Fleischer on the fly leaf with a 5 line description in his hand explaining how this is one of 200 copies sent overseas and to continental camps for the use of the special service during World War II.
Norwalk: O'Brien Suburban Press, 1947. 688pp of boxing records of current fighters, complete for the year 1946. 8vo, original black-lettered red cloth (lightly edgeworn and dusty; lacking front endpaper and with inner hinge neatly repaired). Norwalk CT: The O'Brien Suburban Press, 1947. A very good(-) copy.
San Francisco: 1958. 1 page, 14 x 8.5 inches, San Francisco, November 3, 1958. In this letter, Moore tells a writer that he is interested in talking with her, in part: "...I thought I would wait on you directly to talk. When will you be back in Cal. I will probably be in S.F. 19th Nov. to be interviewed by Jack Drees between rounds at the fight Spider Webb vs Joey Giardello..." Horizontal folds; several small stains; handwritten name erased.....