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    Happy New month and Happy Mail Day--A rare menu from Thursday, October 11, 1934 for a farewell dinner in honor of the Canadiens’ legend, a week after the Habs had traded Howie to the Black Hawks, along with Lorne Chabot and Marty Burke, in exchange for Lionel Conacher, Leroy Goldsworthy and Roger Jenkins. Menu reveals that the tribute was given by Canadiens’ team directors at Café Martin on De La Montagne street.
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  • #2
    Finally got a Hap Day Rookie card at a fair price.
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    • strohman
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      That's a very nice looking card for a PSA 2! Very clean.

  • #3
    Joe Hall just got upgraded...

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    • #4
      Some nice fresh offerings on the menu~! Another amazing item.

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      • #5
        Was real happy to finally score the 1973 giant Bobby Orr hockey puzzle recently and I must give a big assist too my friend Dennis (ds1961ds)
        For making it happen! I would guess that one of these puzzles comes around about once every five years!

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        • DanTheVintageMan
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          Way to go, Dennis and I know how tough these are. Welcome to the Jumbo puzzle Club, there are only a few of these out there with the original box.

        • harpervalley7
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          Thanks Danny, I always read about this puzzle but never thought I’d find one, they’re that rare.

      • #6
        Two basically one-of-a-kind Pittsburgh Penguins pennants I was very happy to acquire.

        The first pennant, which is white, is from the Penguins inaugural 67-68 season and one I have never seen in all my years of collecting hockey pennants. Quite interesting to see how many different pennants the Penguins put out. The Seals and Blues also put out a number of different pennants over their first few seasons.

        The second one, which is blue, is a 69-70 season Pittsburgh Penguins pennant.I've also never seen another one for sale in my almost 9 years of collecting hockey pennants.

        The second photo is an image from the Penguins first-ever Stanley Cup Playoff game in April of 1970 against the Oakland Seals. You'll see on the novelty items for sale page that this is the exact Penguins pennant they sold during the 69-70 season for $1. This is how I was able to determine when this was sold. From my research, my understanding is that this pennant may possibly have been only sold through mail order and not at games, which is why it is impossible to find.


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        • hart2004
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          That Penguins pennant with the electric blue is really nice.

      • #7
        Look, I like these. I think they're cool. Why do I feel like I'm going to lose friends over this post hehe. I know they're not exactly vintage (they were probably made after 2017-18 Upper Deck)~!
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        • HowieMorenz7
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          I have the Morenz!--so why not!

        • jaylay
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          fake news....not worth the paper that they are printed on !

        • hart2004
          hart2004 commented
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          Jaylay,
          Financial value? I agree, virtually none (they are very cheap, just a few bucks or more each). I just like to look at them as picture cards with bios in a format that was used back in the day. They certainly aren't worth anything beyond that. But I do like them to look at. I have the original sets that they pay tribute to but will not be putting these anywhere near them~!

      • #8
        These came today. The past year has been good for vintage autographs for me.

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        • HowieMorenz7
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          of course I like these!

        • camaro69
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          Very nice Hart.Did you see the 3 HOF autos at the show on Sat.Dave Schriner , Turk Broda and Max Bentley

      • #9
        Great pick-ups Hart! Here's a cool postcard I just got in the mail, a 1935-36 Pittsburgh Yellow Jackets RPPC with Gordie Drillon and Frank Brimsek.
        Thanks Jim!

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        • #10
          Late delivery----NHL Schedule tribute to Howie Morenz from the Embassy Cabaret where a Shopping Centre now sits in Montreal.
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          • rocket9richard
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            Very nice one and in great shape too!

        • #11
          Originally posted by camaro69 View Post
          Very nice Hart.Did you see the 3 HOF autos at the show on Sat.Dave Schriner , Turk Broda and Max Bentley
          Thanks camaro69. I did see those auto at Halifax show but I've got them. Thx.

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          • #12
            Here's another addition to my Orr collection. It's a 1969-70 Team Issued Photo Signed by Bobby Orr in vintage ball-point pen. Danny, please correct me if I'm not accurate on the description of this photo!

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            • #13
              Just got this program from 20 NOV 1930 where Morenz scores twice and Habs beat Maroons 7-1
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              • #14
                Looks like the ref was indulging in the Scotch Whiskey they are advertising and he missed a few assists or there were a few puck hogs on the team....

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                • Stampsfan
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                  Too funny. You ever refereed a game? I am amazed that a ref can pick up two assists on a goal, and remember the play to record them. Way easier to call a tripping penalty IMO, than recall the players who set up a goal. Hell, sometimes it is difficult to tell who even scored a goal.

              • #15
                Here is a Joliat Beehive and a Quebec Archive promo flyer from the 1990's?? with a reproduction Habs team photo on it
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