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  • April Pick Ups 2016


    Today I picked up this cool lot from an Old Timer.
    Post Cereal Action transfers Sealed with 14 of them including Orr.
    Bee Hives Group 1 neatly glued in a scrap book (All Leafs) including some singles of the dated Stanley Cup & Wilfred "Bucko" McDonald SP.
    Crown Brand Habs team & Kerr
    A couple of first year Shirriff Coins (Sawchuk & Hull)
    Three AHL 1956-57 Buffalo Bisons Programs
    1957-58 Whitby Dunlops OHL Program Harry Sinden is the Captian
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    Last edited by DanTheVintageMan; 04-04-2016, 08:02 PM.

  • #2
    That is an amazing group of collectibles! Congrats!

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    • eschneidman
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      Dan. PM sent

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    1923-24 Regina Capitals Post Cards Set of 10
    With Dick Irvin and Red McCusker
    Last edited by gtmc88; 04-03-2016, 02:05 PM.

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      Other 8 in group

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      • #5
        Just picked this up so no id yet. 1920's Port Arthur


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        • HowieMorenz7
          HowieMorenz7 commented
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          I would Ask Bruce---he would know

        • rocket9richard
          rocket9richard commented
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          Looks like W A Price to me, so maybe Carey would know

        • Jim
          Jim commented
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          A couple comedians eh

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        Thanks to another member in this board was able to score this first NHL season Oilers pennant.

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        • #7
          Amazing pick ups guys!

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          • #8
            Jim

            W Price was the spare goalkeeper on the 1928-29 Port Arthur Hockey Club winners of the 1928-29 Allan Cup

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              William (Bill) Price ~ 2nd from left

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              • #10
                Awesome. Thanks guys.

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                • #11
                  3 unique item

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                  • strohman
                    strohman commented
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                    I love BobbleHeads and those are really cool! I haven't ever seen them before.
                    Great pick up!

                  • wes.won
                    wes.won commented
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                    They are not Bobbleheads, they I think are made of ceramic, both Gretzky's weight about 7 pounds each and the Howe 3 1/2 pounds

                  • Puck_That
                    Puck_That commented
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                    Haha!! I love it!!

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                  Finally upgraded this tough C56 card. I had a PSA 4 for years and finally stumbled across this PSA 5. Just got it in the mail recently.
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                  • HowieMorenz7
                    HowieMorenz7 commented
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                    Nice EYE appeal

                  • gomaz
                    gomaz commented
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                    Gorgeous card! I have a 3 in my set....is your old 4 perhaps available?

                  • strohman
                    strohman commented
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                    Gomaz--My PSA 4 has been sold. I had it listed here for a while, but no one showed any interest in it so I listed it on eBay.

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                  Working on finishing this insert set up...I usually prefer raw cards but this one was priced to move.

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                    Got my 1914 Toronto Blueshirts pennant framed along with the complete set of Beehice crests with both ads.

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                    • Puck_That
                      Puck_That commented
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                      Wow! 1914 Toronto Blueshirts pennant! How many of those are in existence? 5? 10?

                    • DanTheVintageMan
                      DanTheVintageMan commented
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                      It is great to see that some collectors collect other items away from hockey cards. They are so cool to look at.

                    • Hockey Pennant Guru
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                      I'll venture and say I have the only one in existence. Thanks for the nice comments! Still holding out hope to find a Montreal Maroons one.

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                    Thanks, Bobby. I'm with you on the crests. I thought the cream would look good, but I'm going to change the background to a dark color. Will look much better. You think the pennant background works?

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                    • Bobbyvhc
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                      The background color works for the pennant but it seems kinda lonely, might be cool to scatter some low grade or reprint c55 or c56 and or c57 cards around the pennants background, just a thought.
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