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Lot 626: A boxed pair of Berlin 1936 Olympic Games boxing judge's score counter

Sporting Memorabilia

by Graham Budd Auctions

07 November 2016

London, United Kingdom

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Description: A boxed pair of Berlin 1936 Olympic Games boxing judge's score counters originally the property of Arthur de Kankovsky, General-Secretary of the International Amateur Boxing Federation at the time, German, made by Carl Gobel of Stuttgart, one counter black, the other red, below the numeral aperture is impressed PAX together with Olympic Rings, top clicker and at '11 o'clock' a rest button, 55mm diameter, in original cloth cover paper box, case, manuscript inscription to lid

Notes: Olympic Games

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