MAURICE HUGUENIN - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 143507
Sale Price $180.00
3½x5½ image in the ring, inscribed in French on verso to "the young English sportsmen".
Inscribed photograph signed: (in French, translated): "My best/remembrances to the/young English sportsmen/Maurice Huguenin/French Champ 34, 35/Semi-finalist championship/of the world". B/w, 3½x5½. French boxer Maurice Huguenin (b. 1909) was national flyweight boxing champ in 1934 and 1935. Available records don't confirm that any of his matches were qualifying matches for the world title, but he did lose on points a bid for the vacant European crown in 1937. In a February 1935 match, Hugenin knocked out Austrian fighter Ernst Weiss for 10 minutes with his very first punch of the fight. Huguenin's career pro record was 27-19-4, with 13 knockouts scored against 4 suffered. Corners rounded, lightly worn. Toned. Otherwise, fine condition.
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