Graeco-Roman Style
___ 1 - Usual First Grip
___ 2 - Parrying The Waist Hold
___ 3 - The Creel Hold
___ 4 - Half-Nelson With Buttock
___ 5 - Neck Twist, Half-Nelson and Heave Combined
___ 6 - The Arm Lock
Catch as Catch Can Style
___ 7 - The Halch or Head Throw
___ 8 - The Cradle Hold
___ 9 - Leg Hold and Half-Nelson
___ 10 - The Ankle Hold
___ 11 - Knee Grip
___ 12 - Half-Nelson and Foot Hold
Cumberland and Westmorland Style
___ 13 - The Hold
___ 14 - The Hank
___ 15 - The Cross Buttock
___ 16 - The Buttock
___ 17 - The Outside Stroke
Devon and Cornwall Style
___ 18 - The Hold
___ 19 - Double Lock
___ 20 - The Heave
Ju-Jitsu Style
___ 21 - Japanese Leg Lock
___ 22 - Japanese Side or Ankle Throw
___ 23 - Japanese Arm Lock
___ 24 - Japanese Head and Leg Hold
___ 25 - Japanese Cross Buttock

INFO:
- Tobacco card premium.

- Cards were issued by John Player & Sons, a branch of the Imperial Tobacco Co. (of Great Britain & Ireland), LTD.

- Cards measure approximately 1 3/8” x 2 5/8".

- The front of the card shows an artist drawn representation of a wrestling or Ju-Jitsu hold while the back of the card is
numbered and contains information about each hold written in English and blue ink.
[EXAMPLE]

- Set was reissued in 1925 with the only difference being the information on the back is written in grey ink.

OTHER SET TO SEE:

1925 Wrestling & Ju-Jitsu: A Sereis of 25
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1913 Wrestling & Ju-Jitsu: A Series of 25
(John Player & Sons)
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