A featherweight champion nicknamed "The Little Hebrew," Abe Attell is perhaps better known for his other claim to fame—or infamy—as a key gambling figure in the 1919 Black Sox scandal. This EX-condition assembly is highlighted by a quartet of 1900s-1920s cards (1909 Ogden's, 1910 T218 and 1920s "W") and a 1940s signed souvenir photo frame
from Attell's restaurant. Full photo LOA from JSA. More on our website.
Includes: Cards - 1909 Ogden's "Pugilists & Wrestlers"; 1910 T218 (2); and 1920s "W" Strip Card. 1940s Signed Souvenir Photo Frame - 6-1/2" x 8-1/2" patriotic-themed, fold-open, card-stock frame with photographic cover and interior "9-10" inscription (affected by surface toning), "To a Real little funny Face Ann / From the little Champ Abe Attell." 1955 Magazine Illustration - 10-1/2" x 13-1/2" May 1955 issue of National Police Gazette with full-page Gallery of Champions illustration.