1935 Braddock Cheap Seat Set

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1935 Braddock vs. Baer Cheap-Seat Set

It was meant to be a cakewalk for heavyweight champion Max Baer. Just an easy payday. He didn't even train. James Braddock, on the other hand trained hard. As the fight started on June 13th 1935, Braddock was a ten-to-one underdog. By the end of the 15th round, he had won one of the greatest upset victories in the history of boxing. It cost $2.30 for a cheap-seat ticket to the fight. This set contains 7 coins that total $2.30. You get a Peace Silver Dollar, two Walking Liberty Half Dollars, 2 Mercury Dimes and 2 Buffalo Nickels - all dated 1935! The coins in this Depression-era set are all in collectible grade, and come with a replica front page of a newspaper dated the day after the fight, proclaiming Braddock's surprise win. It's a great piece of sports history. Get yours now!

Year of Issue 1935
Country United States
Composition Silver, Copper-Nickel - CuNi
Purity 0.9000, Mixed
Condition Circulated
Grade VF
Denomination 0.05, 0.10, 0.50, 1.00
Currency Type Dollar
Mint Name Philadelphia - P, U.S. Mint
Coin Weight 31.07 Grams - g
Dimensions Various