1928 Ogden’s Pugilists in Action Set and Checklist

‘It’s In The Details’

Title Ogden’s Pugilists in Action
Year 1928
Size 1 1/2″ x 2 5/8″
Images Black and White
Type Tobacco
Number in Set
50

1928 Ogden’s Pugilists in Action Set Overview

1928 Ogden's Pugilists in Action BoxingThis release issued by Ogden’s tobacco company for its cigarette packages in 1928. 50 cards are in the set, which features famous boxers. The set was one of several that Ogden’s created with boxers in it. It also parallels a set with the same title and pictures distributed by Player’s Cigarettes in the same year.

Cards feature black and white images of boxers with their name, as well as the Ogden’s Cigarettes name, in light colored boxes at the bottom and top of the card, respectively. Those boxes are the distinguishing characteristics of this 1920s tobacco card set. Backs of the cards include a biography of the subject.

While some cards have a lighter background, overall, the cards have a darker-than-normal appearance, such as the Jack Dempsey shown here.

Hall of Famers Jack Dempsey and Gene Tunney lead the way on this popular set.

1928 Ogden’s Pugilists in Action Set Checklist

  1. Teddy Baker
  2. Teddy Baldock
  3. Alf Barber
  4. Kid Berg
  5. Archie Bell
  6. Tommy Berry
  7. Johnny Brown – Hamilton
  8. Johnny Brown – St. Georges
  9. Young Johnny Brown
  10. Elky Clark
  11. Harry Corbett
  12. Johnny Curley
  13. Johnny Cuthbert
  14. Gipsy Daniels
  15. Jack Dempsey
  16. Frank Fowler
  17. Kid Froggy
  18. Johnny Hill
  19. Jack Hood
  20. Alex Ireland
  21. Ernie Jarvis
  22. Len Johnson
  23. Fidel La Barba
  24. Phil Lolosky
  25. Tommy McInnes
  26. Al Mancini
  27. Harry Mason
  28. Tommy Milligan
  29. Frank Moody
  30. Ted Moore
  31. Teddy Murton
  32. Con O’Kelly
  33. Paolino
  34. Ernie Rice
  35. Bob Rimmer
  36. Joe Rolfe
  37. Ted Sandwina
  38. Phil Scott
  39. Don Shortland
  40. Charlie Smith
  41. Kid Socks
  42. Bob Spiller
  43. Jack Stanley
  44. Young Stanley
  45. Johnny Sullivan
  46. Roland Todd
  47. Gene Tunney
  48. Mickey Walke
  49. George West
  50. Fred Young

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