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Old 01-27-2013, 03:01 AM
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Seems like these threads die each month after a few posts, so why not a thread that is not time limited?

1958-59 Heinerle Meadowlark Lemon rookie:



Diamond Match Bill Cook:



Can anyone ID this player?

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good idea.

thanks to member scooter S for getting these guys in the early 90's:



and magic will be cracked out for a signing in a couple weeks:

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pete great card wow
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@ Exhibitman -- Good idea on the general thread. And I love the Lemon et al. cards!
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the '51 parkie howe is great! been trying to find a low grade one for signing but they're still too expensive.

the roy below is ready to be cracked out for signing:



got some great ttm's and a durant. lindros from canada and forsberg all the way from sweden.

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nice card , are you selling ?
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Here's a real nice 1937 Howie Morenz Memorial Souvenir Programme.
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I never buy post-career cards but for some reason I now have three Russells with the addition of the coin.
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Gordo
Grabbed myself a Gordo as well.

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Very nice.
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Not really a new acquisition. But I have been working on this set for about 7 years. The last piece of the puzzle arrived today.I was so pleased yo fill that last spot in my binder.It is a small set,only 70 cards.It is a how to set with a few cards from many different sports. And as you can see, being a Canadian release it is a bit hockey heavy as compared to many of the other sports involved in the set. These were a hand cut set of cards. So perfect cards are not all that plentiful. But I can say with certainty that I was pleased to fill that last hole in my binder today. Thanks.















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Couple new HOFers in...a sharp C55 Jack Marshall, and a tough Paulin's George Hay rookie:
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Fantastic pick-up for me this month! This is an original 1930 portrait photo of Hockey HOFer Dick Irvin with a vintage fountain pen signature dated December 7, 1930. Irvin had just finished up his HOF playing career, and in 1930 was in his first season of what became a legendary NHL coaching career:
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This is my companion piece to the photo above - a high-grade example of Dick Irvin's tough rookie card (this was acquired a few months back):
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Nice pickup Blair.
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This was hiding in a binder for over 10 years. I forgot that a Parent rookie was part of my collection until I recently rediscovered it...feels like a new acquisition to me.
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Here are a few recent hockey pick-ups:

1960 letter to Ted "Teeder" Kennedy signed by Clarence Campbell
(elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1966)

Jean Beliveau Molson postcard from the 1960's. This one is cool because it is signed twice and
includes a personal note written by Beliveau himself, explaining where he was when this photo was taken

A 1967 General Mills Bobby Orr with a sweet signature!
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Not recent pickups, had these since 1971, but with all the neat Bobby Orr items, figured I'd show some of mine
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Nice Orr!

Here's a 1911 Ontario League Champions Galt Professional Hockey Club
Team Postcard that includes Tommy Smith (elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1973)
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1974-75 WHA Champs
Gordie, Mark & Marty, Paul Popiel, Terry Ruskowski, Rich Preston etc.
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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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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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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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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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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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Old 06-23-2015, 01:25 PM
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Default Circa 1910 Goalie Stick

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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