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Old 11-02-2014, 07:40 PM
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Nice Triumph postcards!

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You auctioned it through Classic?

I did. Sold all of my lacrosse photos through them.
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I did. Sold all of my lacrosse photos through them.
I'm happy to have it, its a great photo.
I was really surprised at how low it went for. I didn't expect to win it.
What's your collecting focus now?
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Jeff that pre-rookie of the admiral is a great looking card. I have never seen one one before. Congrats and thanks for sharing. Here is my latest pickup. I have been looking for a PSA 8 of this card for close to a year and finally found one that was centered and got it for a great price.

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Here are some pickups from the Toronto Expo:

1931-32 & 1932-33 Real Photo postcards of the NY Rangers with a bunch of hall of famers
(Bill & Bun Cook, Ching Johnson, Earl Seibert & Lester Patrick) & a sweet 1952 Laval Dairy Jacques Plante!
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Found one of my holy grails, a 1941 NCAA Championship program. Wisconsin defeated Washington State 39-34.

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1974-75 WHA Champs
Gordie, Mark & Marty, Paul Popiel, Terry Ruskowski, Rich Preston etc.
Swept the Nordiques in finals 4-zip
Aero's were most succesfull franchise in WHA but were screwed by NHL Suits in merger



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Great Orr McCarthy PC, Andy! Did anyone pick up the Gretzky McCarthy on eBay last week? My snipe got blown out of the water...
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Picked up this Pete Mitchell Kansas City Greyhounds photo .
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1974-75 WHA Champs
Gordie, Mark & Marty, Paul Popiel, Terry Ruskowski, Rich Preston etc.
Swept the Nordiques in finals 4-zip
Aero's were most succesfull franchise in WHA but were screwed by NHL Suits in merger


Cool puck....
But the most successful? Are you forgetting about the Winnipeg Jets? 😎

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Default 1979 Dimanche-Derniere Heure Magazine Insert Ray Bourque

1979 Dimanche-Derniere Heure Magazine Insert Ray Bourque
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Just picked up this beauty.............
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My 1980 Topps vault Ray Bourque rookie proof!
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Keeping with the Bruins theme, here's a tough 1971-72 Bruins postcard signed by Bobby Orr.
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Just picked up this beauty.............
Very nice looking Chamberlain rookie! Looks much better than the grade.
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Winging its way here from Europe as we speak:



From 1958, he was one of the greatest Soviet players and coached the 1972 summit team that nearly beat the NHL all-stars.
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WOW, more great auto rookies, Rob. You're doing all 4 sports now......
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WOW, more great auto rookies, Rob. You're doing all 4 sports now......
Thanks Phil! Concentrating on Baseball, but keeping an eye out for the other sports as well!
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From 1958, he was one of the greatest Soviet players and coached the 1972 summit team that nearly beat the NHL all-stars.
Cool card! But just to clarify, the Russians played Canada in the Summit series, not a team of NHL all-stars.
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Canada, NHL All Stars, in the early 1970s they were the same thing:

7 Phil Esposito, center: 8 GP - 7 G - 6 A - 13 PTS - 15 PIM (Boston Bruins)
19 Paul Henderson, left wing: 8 GP - 7 G - 3 A - 10 PTS - 4 PIM (Toronto Maple Leafs)
28 Bobby Clarke, center: 8 GP - 2 G - 4 A - 6 PTS - 18 PIM (Philadelphia Flyers)
12 Yvan Cournoyer, right wing: 8 GP - 3 G - 2 A - 5 PTS - 2 PIM (Montreal Canadiens)
5 Brad Park, defense: 8 GP - 1 G - 4 A - 5 PTS - 2 PIM (New York Rangers)
10 Dennis Hull, left wing: 4 GP - 2 G - 2 A - 4 PTS - 4 PIM (Chicago Blackhawks)
22 J. P. Parise, left wing: 6 GP - 2 G - 2 A - 4 PTS - 28 PIM (Minnesota North Stars)
8 Rod Gilbert, right wing: 6 GP - 1 G - 3 A - 4 PTS - 9 PIM (New York Rangers)
18 Jean Ratelle, center: 6 GP - 1 G - 3 A - 4 PTS - 0 PIM (New York Rangers)
2 Gary Bergman, defense: 8 GP - 0 G - 3 A - 3 PTS - 13 PIM (Detroit Red Wings)
6 Ron Ellis, right wing: 8 GP - 0 G - 3 A - 3 PTS - 8 PIM (Toronto Maple Leafs)
33 Gilbert Perreault, center: 2 GP - 1 G - 1 A - 2 PTS - 0 PIM (Buffalo Sabres)
9 Bill Goldsworthy, right wing: 3 GP - 1 G - 1 A - 2 PTS - 4 PIM (Minnesota North Stars)
27 Frank Mahovlich, left wing: 6 GP - 1 G - 1 A - 2 PTS - 0 PIM (Montreal Canadiens)
20 Pete Mahovlich, left wing: 7 GP - 1 G - 1 A - 2 PTS - 4 PIM (Montreal Canadiens)
17 Bill White, defense: 7 GP - 1 G - 1 A - 2 PTS - 8 PIM (Chicago Blackhawks)
14 Wayne Cashman, right wing: 2 GP - 0 G - 2 A - 2 PTS - 14 PIM (Boston Bruins)
23 Serge Savard, defense: 5 GP - 0 G - 2 A - 2 PTS - 0 PIM (Montreal Canadiens)
21 Stan Mikita, center: 2 GP - 0 G - 1 A - 1 PTS - 0 PIM (Chicago Blackhawks)
15 Red Berenson, left wing: 2 GP - 0 G - 1 A - 1 PTS - 0 PIM (Detroit Red Wings)
25 Guy Lapointe, defense: 7 GP - 0 G - 1 A - 1 PTS - 6 PIM (Montreal Canadiens)
24 Mickey Redmond, right wing: 1 GP - 0 G - 0 A - 0 PTS - 0 PIM (Detroit Red Wings)
26 Don Awrey, defense: 2 GP - 0 G - 0 A - 0 PTS - 0 PIM (Boston Bruins)
11 Vic Hadfield, left wing: 2 GP - 0 G - 0 A - 0 PTS - 0 PIM (New York Rangers)
16 Rod Seiling, defense: 3 GP - 0 G - 0 A - 0 PTS - 0 PIM (New York Rangers)
3 Pat Stapleton, defense: 7 GP - 0 G - 0 A - 0 PTS - 0 PIM (Chicago Blackhawks)
Goaltenders:
35 Tony Esposito 4 GP - 2 wins - 1 loss - 1 tie - 3.33 GAA - .882 Sv Pct (Chicago Blackhawks)
29 Ken Dryden 4 GP - 2 wins - 2 losses - 0 ties - 4.75 GAA - .838 Sv Pct (Montreal Canadiens)
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Canada, NHL All Stars, in the early 1970s they were the same thing:

7 Phil Esposito, center: 8 GP - 7 G - 6 A - 13 PTS - 15 PIM (Boston Bruins)
19 Paul Henderson, left wing: 8 GP - 7 G - 3 A - 10 PTS - 4 PIM (Toronto Maple Leafs)
28 Bobby Clarke, center: 8 GP - 2 G - 4 A - 6 PTS - 18 PIM (Philadelphia Flyers)
12 Yvan Cournoyer, right wing: 8 GP - 3 G - 2 A - 5 PTS - 2 PIM (Montreal Canadiens)
5 Brad Park, defense: 8 GP - 1 G - 4 A - 5 PTS - 2 PIM (New York Rangers)
10 Dennis Hull, left wing: 4 GP - 2 G - 2 A - 4 PTS - 4 PIM (Chicago Blackhawks)
22 J. P. Parise, left wing: 6 GP - 2 G - 2 A - 4 PTS - 28 PIM (Minnesota North Stars)
8 Rod Gilbert, right wing: 6 GP - 1 G - 3 A - 4 PTS - 9 PIM (New York Rangers)
18 Jean Ratelle, center: 6 GP - 1 G - 3 A - 4 PTS - 0 PIM (New York Rangers)
2 Gary Bergman, defense: 8 GP - 0 G - 3 A - 3 PTS - 13 PIM (Detroit Red Wings)
6 Ron Ellis, right wing: 8 GP - 0 G - 3 A - 3 PTS - 8 PIM (Toronto Maple Leafs)
33 Gilbert Perreault, center: 2 GP - 1 G - 1 A - 2 PTS - 0 PIM (Buffalo Sabres)
9 Bill Goldsworthy, right wing: 3 GP - 1 G - 1 A - 2 PTS - 4 PIM (Minnesota North Stars)
27 Frank Mahovlich, left wing: 6 GP - 1 G - 1 A - 2 PTS - 0 PIM (Montreal Canadiens)
20 Pete Mahovlich, left wing: 7 GP - 1 G - 1 A - 2 PTS - 4 PIM (Montreal Canadiens)
17 Bill White, defense: 7 GP - 1 G - 1 A - 2 PTS - 8 PIM (Chicago Blackhawks)
14 Wayne Cashman, right wing: 2 GP - 0 G - 2 A - 2 PTS - 14 PIM (Boston Bruins)
23 Serge Savard, defense: 5 GP - 0 G - 2 A - 2 PTS - 0 PIM (Montreal Canadiens)
21 Stan Mikita, center: 2 GP - 0 G - 1 A - 1 PTS - 0 PIM (Chicago Blackhawks)
15 Red Berenson, left wing: 2 GP - 0 G - 1 A - 1 PTS - 0 PIM (Detroit Red Wings)
25 Guy Lapointe, defense: 7 GP - 0 G - 1 A - 1 PTS - 6 PIM (Montreal Canadiens)
24 Mickey Redmond, right wing: 1 GP - 0 G - 0 A - 0 PTS - 0 PIM (Detroit Red Wings)
26 Don Awrey, defense: 2 GP - 0 G - 0 A - 0 PTS - 0 PIM (Boston Bruins)
11 Vic Hadfield, left wing: 2 GP - 0 G - 0 A - 0 PTS - 0 PIM (New York Rangers)
16 Rod Seiling, defense: 3 GP - 0 G - 0 A - 0 PTS - 0 PIM (New York Rangers)
3 Pat Stapleton, defense: 7 GP - 0 G - 0 A - 0 PTS - 0 PIM (Chicago Blackhawks)
Goaltenders:
35 Tony Esposito 4 GP - 2 wins - 1 loss - 1 tie - 3.33 GAA - .882 Sv Pct (Chicago Blackhawks)
29 Ken Dryden 4 GP - 2 wins - 2 losses - 0 ties - 4.75 GAA - .838 Sv Pct (Montreal Canadiens)
Sorry, but with all due respect, they are NOT the same thing.
As a proud Canadian, it was OUR COUNTRY that won the series, not an NHL all-star team.
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Sorry, but with all due respect, they are NOT the same thing.
As a proud Canadian, it was OUR COUNTRY that won the series, not an NHL all-star team.
Back in 72 the NHL was Canada much unlike today's NHL. If your not Canadian, part of your thought process back then was it was us (NHL/Canada) versus the world. With that said, the Canadian National Pride is completely understandable and should be embraced.

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Ahh to be young and have a mullet...JD McCarthy RC:



"Best Regards, Jerry West":



Rick Barry's bar mitzvah photo:



J/K; he only looks 13.

Pistol Pete in those groovy Hawks threads; gotta love the 1970s:

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I am very happy to have picked these up from the bay. Ten blank backed color proofs, along with one standard card from the 76-77 Topps Hockey release. Pictures to follow:
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This ebay purchased arrived today leaving just four cards to complete the 1961 Topps set. Pat Stapleton had a 15 year NHL WHA career, but this card always looked a little creepy to me.
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Here's a card I've never seen before, a 1962-63 Sudbury Wolves Crown Life Hockey School Gerry Cheevers pre-rookie card. Back then, he was known as "Jerry"!
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That Cheevers is awesome...
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I took a break from T206 and recaptured a pair of hockey cards I had a lifetime ago. Very happy to have reacquired these:
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Couple of old 24x36 Spalding hoops posters.
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I figured I needed at least one MJ card...

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Picked these up over the past 6 months...
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Love the pre-buzz cut Mullin!
Here are a couple of recent pick-ups:

A beautiful for the grade 1953 Parkhurst Rocket Richard. Tough to find these centered with nice registration!

A 1922-23 Royal Bank Hockey Team RPPC with hall-of-famer Roy "Shrimp" Worters (Goalie)
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Antique Goalie Stick. Just got this beauty in. St Marys Specialty Wood Company hockey goalie stick. Nice condition and I know these are hard to come by. I have been looking for one of these for my collection for a long time and the bonus is the condition and the makers mark
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This card completes my 1966-67 Topps hockey set. The card gets an A grade because it is trimmed, SGC "customized" the gasket to prevent the card from moving around.
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Just added these to the collection:







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Old 06-30-2015, 09:55 AM
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Nice rookie card pick-ups, Greg.
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Old 07-05-2015, 12:01 PM
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Nice cards Greg. Are they raw?
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Old 07-06-2015, 06:24 AM
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Old 07-06-2015, 09:51 PM
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Haven't posted in a while. Picked up a nice Wilt Rookie recently.
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Just got these back today from the grader:
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Old 08-31-2015, 06:03 PM
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Here's a signed 1972 Bobby Orr Branding Iron Welcome card and a beautifully centered 1978 OPC!
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sweet card
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Old 09-03-2015, 06:11 AM
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A few I've picked up here and there.
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Old 10-24-2015, 09:46 AM
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My latest pickup...this guy had an OK career, for a 3rd round draft pick.

Hard to believe he's already in his 50's.
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