July 1962, Big Time Wrestling Magazine, With Flyer For Sale
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July 1962, Big Time Wrestling Magazine, With Flyer:
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NOTE: The Age, Size and Condition are noted just after the description. Please be sure to check the bottom of the listing for any additions to the description.
Item: One of Many old Travel Brochures and related items I have listed today, here we have a July 1962 issue of “Big Time Wrestling” Magazine. The front cover shows Cowboy Bob Ellis with the caption that he “Hits The Jackpot!” Also note that the original owner wrote the date of “7/19/62” on the front cover in pencil. Inside the front cover you will find a photo of Jim Grabmire that you could have cut out for your album, and a photo of “Jim Londos” inside the back cover. There are also letters from “The Editor’s Mailbag…”, and articles titled “The Cowboy Ellis Story”, “Amazing Joe Blanchard”, “Whitlow Wants His Cake to Eat and Keep, Too!”, “Gagne, One In A Million”, “Ike Eakins Is No Angel By His Own Admission”, one on Woman’s Wrestling titled “Will Judy Grable Shock Her Fans”, and one on “Why The Mask?”…
When I got this, there was a one page flyer folded up inside, I will include that also; it is for “All-Star Wrestling” and the McMorran Memorial Sports Arena on Friday, July 20, 1962. The Main Event was a bout between Dick The Bruiser and Sheik of Araby. There were other matches with Don Leo Jonathan vs. Waldo Won Eric, Rickey Cortez vs. Sandy Scott, Guy Mitchell vs. George Scott, and Tony Borne vs. Bobby Graham…
Great additions to your collection!
Size: The magazine is 5 ½” by 8 ½”, the flyer is 8 ½” by 11”
Condition: The magazine has some minor wear on the cover and the date written in pencil on the cover as noted above. The flyer moderate edge wear, lots of little bends, and a fold in the middle.
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