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Old 03-16-2024, 10:31 AM
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Picked up a Topps Gretzky with a 1980s signature. Being in pen, it kind of gets lost against the darker parts of the card but happy to have it.

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Picked up some modern cards as well as part set of the 1991-92 Future Trend Team Canada autos that were issued by The Bay as a box set.
They are the same as what came in the packs but do not have the swirl on the surface. The Bay box set has the same amount of auto as what
the pack pulled set had(36 cards) But some players did not sign for The Bay. SO there are 12 players that did not make it into the Bay sets. But
many players signed multiple cards Plus there are two autos that were never in packs. John Ferguson and the trainer Joe Sgro.As you can see
by the scans.Someone tried to make a complete set of in person autos. They are all the ones signed in blue ink.The gold ink are from the Bay
box set.Thanks.
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Picked up a Topps Gretzky with a 1980s signature. Being in pen, it kind of gets lost against the darker parts of the card but happy to have it.
Nice get.
Are you going to get it graded/authenticated?
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Nice get.
Are you going to get it graded/authenticated?
Signature is even harder to see behind plastic, so maybe a JSA letter sometime when theyíre in my neighborhood.
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Nice Gretz!

Owned his rookie at one point and will definitely add one to stash in the collection again one day
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Nice Gretz!

Owned his rookie at one point and will definitely add one to stash in the collection again one day
Yeah, they are getting more affordable all the time it seems. Was able to upgrade my O-Pee-Chee copy recently and very happy with it.
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Just some random pick ups over the last couple/few months.
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Bought one box of the 22-23 Parkhurst Champions and pulled this redemption.What surprised
me was just how fast Upper Deck go me the card. Less than 10 days (7 business days).
So good for Upper Deck. Thank you. Very nice card,3 colour patch plus an auto. So not really a pick up. Thanks.







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OK, I picked up these couple pictures of Wayne Gretzky and Bobby Orr.I have no idea where or how
they were obtained back in the day. So any help there would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Wayne Gretzky Measure 8-1/8 inches X 10-1/2 inches



Bobby Orr measures 10-7/8 inches X 16-1/4 inches

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1957 Parkhurst HOF Jean Beliveau arrived today from the great white north, leaving me two cards shy of the complete set Henri and Maurice Richard left to go!

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So this is more of a project than a pick up that I have been working on for the last couple months.
I recently purchased a good amount of the 1972 Team Canada autographs. Some were from the
set released by the Hudson Bay company signed in gold sharpie. But others were signed in blue
sharpie and I really liked the blue on the 1991 Future Trend cards. These were the same cards that
if you were lucky back in 1991 you could pull one of the Team Canada autos from the packs.These
autos are very scarce and to this day remains the only packed pull auto of Ken Dryden. Which is
next to impossible to find and when you do they cost a lot of money to obtain. So I knew these
packed pull autos with that swirl on the surface were not something I wanted to undertake So I went
with the blur autos and since I had a very nice set of the 1972 O-Pee-Chee Team Canada. I figured
why not just collect the autos of the 28 players in this OPC set. Take notice that the Dryden
is a cut auto. I did buy a Dryden PSA.DNA Dryden auto but I decided that I would sooner keep
that auto and go with this much cheaper version.It is an auto from one of his book signings. But
it still looks very nice. And as you can tell I would really like to pick up a Bobby Clarke and a
Gary Bergman in blue ink so it would look uniform all the way through So if anyone has either of
these two players signed in blue ink on the 1991 Future Trend card then PLMK.I see a few Clarke
autos on eBay but they are in the USA and people want like $25.00 for postage.When they
could just place in an envelope and send it for under $2.00.But I will eventually find them.
So that is the back story so on with what they look like. Thanks.














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1970's Prudential " Great Moments in Canadian History"

























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So this is more of a project than a pick up that I have been working on for the last couple months.
I recently purchased a good amount of the 1972 Team Canada autographs. Some were from the
set released by the Hudson Bay company signed in gold sharpie. But others were signed in blue
sharpie and I really liked the blue on the 1991 Future Trend cards. These were the same cards that
if you were lucky back in 1991 you could pull one of the Team Canada autos from the packs.
These autos are very scarce and to this day remains the only packed pull auto of Ken Dryden. Which is
next to impossible to find and when you do they cost a lot of money to obtain. So I knew these
packed pull autos with that swirl on the surface were not something I wanted to undertake So I went
with the blur autos and since I had a very nice set of the 1972 O-Pee-Chee Team Canada. I figured
why not just collect the autos of the 28 players in this OPC set. Take notice that the Dryden
is a cut auto. I did buy a Dryden PSA.DNA Dryden auto but I decided that I would sooner keep
that auto and go with this much cheaper version. It is an auto from one of his book signings. But
it still looks very nice. And as you can tell I would really like to pick up a Bobby Clarke and a
Gary Bergman in blue ink so it would look uniform all the way through So if anyone has either of
these two players signed in blue ink on the 1991 Future Trend card then PLMK.I see a few Clarke
autos on eBay but they are in the USA and people want like $25.00 for postage. When they
could just place in an envelope and send it for under $2.00.But I will eventually find them.
So that is the back story so on with what they look like. Thanks.
Great job, Winston.
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Old 05-12-2024, 02:19 PM
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Decided to grab this one up on a B.O. before prices got too crazy.
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Old 05-14-2024, 10:31 AM
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Nice pickup this weekend
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Great pick up, Anthony. Cheevers was most definitely one of my favorite goalies growing up.
Those "Dad's Cookie" cards I also remember well. Just wish I had of saved the ones I owned.

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Thanks, it was an awesome price too which made it even better!
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Thanks, it was an awesome price too which made it even better!
That's great to hear!
Imo, they are an underrated card/collectable.
I grabbed this Orr sometime ago and found out through a member here finding Orr or any of the others in 10's is rather difficult/rare.
Likely due to their size/shape, they aren't as desirable as regular cards and why they've never really taken off? But, then again, maybe some out there do have complete graded/raw sets?
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That's great to hear!
Imo, they are an underrated card/collectable.
I grabbed this Orr sometime ago and found out through a member here finding Orr or any of the others in 10's is rather difficult/rare.
Likely due to their size/shape, they aren't as desirable as regular cards and why they've never really taken off? But, then again, maybe some out there do have complete graded/raw sets?
I have a complete raw set.
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I really like oddball cards like Dadís Cookies. I have to imagine the print run was much more limited than the regular OPC/Topps sets but I could be wrong.
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I really like oddball cards like Dadís Cookies. I have to imagine the print run was much more limited than the regular OPC/Topps sets but I could be wrong.
Well when you think about the market they were made for then it is
absolutely a lot smaller run then either of the two major releases.
I just purchased over 150 of the 1928-1934 LaPresse photos and
with them only being distributed in the province of Quebec you can
imagine how few are out there. And now that are 90+ years old.
They are really quite scarce.
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Well when you think about the market they were made for then it is
absolutely a lot smaller run then either of the two major releases.
I just purchased over 150 of the 1928-1934 LaPresse photos and
with them only being distributed in the province of Quebec you can
imagine how few are out there. And now that are 90+ years old.
They are really quite scarce.
I remember pulling these back in 70-71 in bags of Dad's cookies. I think I was pretty relentless with my parents to purchase these and the Esso power players by constantly asking my father if he needed gas?
Later it was the Loblaws sticker album and of course the stickers which I still have. (partial view upper left)
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