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Old 12-05-2020, 10:41 PM
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Anyone have any? Just tough to find Hockey unlike the other sports. Could not pass this one up when it became available.


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Old 12-06-2020, 05:04 AM
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I have a few beauties...

1930-32 Type I Signed Photograph (8" x 10") (Underwood & Underwood Stamp) of Clarence "Pudge" McKenzie of the Chicago Shamrocks

1955 Type I Photograph (8" x 10") of Bobby Hull of the St. Catharines Teepees

1970-71 Photograph (3.5" x 4.75") of Marcel Dionne of the St. Catharines Black Hawks

1971-72 Team Issued Photo Print of Bobby Orr

1974-75 Baltimore Sun Archive Photo of Bobby Orr
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Old 12-06-2020, 08:23 AM
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I currently don't own any but I sure appreciate looking at some.

Great photos, guys!
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Old 12-06-2020, 09:35 AM
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I love the pre-rookie stuff. That Dionne and Hull are fantastic. I've got a Bossy floating around here somewhere.
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Thanks Dave & Dale,
Did some research on the Nerses stamp on the back of the Dionne photo. Nerses Photo Studio is in St Catharines, Ontario and is still in operation to this day!
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Old 12-06-2020, 10:14 AM
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Great stuff. Do you guys think slabbing these photos adds any value like cards since they are all slabbed authentic? I kinda liked the way they look in holders not to mention the protection they offer.
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Old 12-06-2020, 10:19 AM
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Thanks Dave & Dale,
Did some research on the Nerses stamp on the back of the Dionne photo. Nerses Photo Studio is in St Catharines, Ontario and is still in operation to this day!

That's quaint as hell.

Looking at the building, you're apt to say to yourself "of course, that business has been around since at least 1970.............of course."

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Old 12-06-2020, 10:33 AM
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Great stuff. Do you guys think slabbing these photos adds any value like cards since they are all slabbed authentic? I kinda liked the way they look in holders not to mention the protection they offer.

All comes down to preference. It's a minimum 80 bucks + shipping both ways to get a photo slabbed.

I've only sent in one photo ever to get slabbed by PSA. It was a Jordan pre-rookie, and it cost me over $175 bucks after PSA tacked on their upcharge.

On the bright side, I got it back in less then 2 weeks during the pandemic bump, while people on the card side have been waiting for months for their orders.

I think on higher end stuff it might add some resale value, but on most stuff, I don't think photo guys care as much as the card guys do, especially since condition issues that card guys are worried about, are much more subjective and forgiven, and almost expected out of necessity by photo collectors.
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Do you guys think slabbing these photos adds any value like cards since they are all slabbed authentic? I kinda liked the way they look in holders not to mention the protection they offer.
It depends on the photo. If you have a photo that was used to make a popular card or a rookie photo, then yes, it's worth slabbing it.

Anyways, here is a recent pick-up:

Bobby Orr is getting ready to circle the net. Boston's goalie, who I think is Gilles Gilbert, appears to be waving his stick in front of the opposing player in order to stop him from chasing Orr. The game was pretty dirty back then!



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It depends on the photo. If you have a photo that was used to make a popular card or a rookie photo, then yes, it's worth slabbing it.

Anyways, here is a recent pick-up:

Bobby Orr is getting ready to circle the net. Boston's goalie, who I think is Gilles Gilbert, appears to be waving his stick in front of the opposing player in order to stop him from chasing Orr. The game was pretty dirty back then!
I wanted to say Gerry Cheevers as those look like stitch marks on the mask but according to the numbers I just looked up, Gerry Cheevers only wore #1 in 1967, and this pic of Orr looks much later than that.

Gilles Gilbert wore #1 from 1974 to 1980.
Great photo!
https://www.hockey-reference.com/teams/BOS/numbers.html

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Can someone explain to me what a Type 1 photo is.When I see them here it looks to me it is just an original photo of most any kind.But I am likely missing something. PLMK
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Old 12-06-2020, 07:57 PM
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I wanted to say Gerry Cheevers as those look like stitch marks on the mask but according to the numbers I just looked up, Gerry Cheevers only wore #1 in 1967, and this pic of Orr looks much later than that.

Gilles Gilbert wore #1 from 1974 to 1980.
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https://www.hockey-reference.com/teams/BOS/numbers.html

I think that is Eddie Johnston
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Pair of Roy photos from his rookie season. Vintage signatures to boot!
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Old 12-06-2020, 08:15 PM
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Can someone explain to me what a Type 1 photo is.When I see them here it looks to me it is just an original photo of most any kind.But I am likely missing something. PLMK
It's an original photo taken from the original negative, not a reprint or a photo printed later.
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Old 12-06-2020, 09:22 PM
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Can someone explain to me what a Type 1 photo is.When I see them here it looks to me it is just an original photo of most any kind.But I am likely missing something. PLMK
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Type I A 1st generation photograph, developed from the original negative, during the period (within approximately two years of when the picture was taken).
Type II A photograph, developed from the original negative, during the period (more than approximately two years after the picture was taken).
Type III A 2nd generation photograph, developed from a duplicate negative or wire transmission, during the period (within approximately two years of when the picture was taken).
Type IV A 2nd generation photograph (or 3rd or later generation), developed from a duplicate negative or wire transmission, during a later period (more than approximately two years after the picture was taken).
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Old 12-07-2020, 09:18 AM
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Cool thread guys, keep them coming. I also think that`s Eddie Johnston pictured with Orr. Anyway, being a big Bruins fan always considered this 1968 period auto`ed Snapper of Orr one of my favorite collection items. Not in action but I like it.
THE Great One, Bobby Orr, 1968 period autoed/snapper by Hugh Murphy, on Flickr
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