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  • #31
    Coulter played one season with the Philadelphia Quakers. That's the only season the Quakers were in the NHL. The Quakers were the Pittsburgh Pirates before that, owned by a bootlegger. The stock market crash of 1929 pretty much ruined the Pirates/Quakers, and the Quakers folded after one season. A picture from the hockey hall of fame. Whoever wore that sweater only won 4 games, as the Quakers were 4-36-4 in their only NHL season.
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    • #32
      Mailday for my son... He like trophy card and he is fan of Larry postcard!!!! This one will go nicely with the Tamara's toy version... I have to get them garded... lol
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      • #33
        A nice group of Le Samedi pages from 1928 & 1929
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        • #34
          Presentation Watch:

          In appreciation to Mush March at visit of NHL maple leafs & blackhawks April 1936 Gyro Club of Vancouver.

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        • #35
          A few more vintage photos to add to the collection:
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          • #36
            Found this in a collection I picked up this week. There was close to a whole scrap sheet that was very poorly cut up by the owner when he was a kid. Found it in the dumpster behind the printer.
            Pretty cool . Hoping to find a few more of these as I go through the rest.

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            • HowieMorenz7
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              Wow---always liked these printing errors!

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            A couple more Morenz photos arrived:

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            • #38
              Here's another cool Orr card I got yesterday. It's a 1971 Topps Bobby Orr card with a Wet Sheet Transfer. I've never seen an Orr card with a wet sheet transfer, grabbed it from ebay as soon as it was listed!

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              • HowieMorenz7
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                Love it!--those are the one offs that make advanced collectors salivate!

            • #39
              Here is a late arrival from yesterday: 1945-46 Habs team collage 8 x 10
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              • #40
                Gordie & Gordie...the cat is a less recent pick up, but the magazine came today.
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                • hart2004
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                  Er, before the sweater/jersey people get triggered, it's a program. Not a magazine. My bad. I assume full responsibility

              • #41
                Picked up 11 different General Mills backs including Orr, Howe, Mikita, Richard, and a few others. Also 1972 Summit Series TV program.

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                • #42
                  Thanks to a member from my Bobby Orr club on Facebook I picked up something I have never seen before. A NHLPA Sleeping bag with simulated autograph of Bobby Orr, Jacques Plante and many other HOF's. Love this one off oddball stuff.
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                  • DanTheVintageMan
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                    I counted 6 Bobby Orr Autographs !!!!

                  • HowieMorenz7
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                    So cool--sleep well tonight!

                • #43
                  Super cool, but your first stop tomorrow should be the dry cleaners.

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                  • DanTheVintageMan
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                    In the wash right now, my wife does a great job taking care of my dirty collectables

                  • Stampsfan
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                    I wonder what kind of "game use" that thing has on it.

                    Seriously now, would you display something like that? How so?
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