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  • Kbarney
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    1968 OPC #2 Bobby Orr. Third year Orr card that is an edge-of-sheet card that is difficult to find in high grade, nice horizontal background graphics and in OPC’s re-entry back into the mainstream card market.

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  • boomerhusky
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    Ken Dryden, among others, has said that your hockey experiences when you are 12 probably remain the strongest in your memory. Well, I was only 11 when the 1963-64 Parkhurst set came out, but I have to think that the Gordie Howe card was the most outstanding non-rookie card I ever saw. While not a Red Wings fan, the picture of Howe, a hockey legend, looking both serene and powerful, with the beautiful flag design was enough to win me over. Even then, he was considered an "older" player. What did he have - only 17 more years left in his career? Truly a superstar.

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  • Jim
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    I love the 1954 and 1955 parkhurst action cards


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  • hart2004
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    Originally posted by Puck_That View Post
    The 1963 Parkhurst Gordie Howe is a sick card. It would have been better if they put a CDN flag behind him though.
    Absolutely on both counts.

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  • hart2004
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    Originally posted by skelly423 View Post
    Rookie cards get all the glory in this hobby (and rightly so). Because of this status, a lot of great cards go unnoticed and under appreciated. What's your favorite non rookie card?

    Personally I think the 1953 Parkhurst Maurice Richard is a spectacular looking card.
    Agreed.

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  • Puck_That
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    The 1963 Parkhurst Gordie Howe is a sick card. It would have been better if they put a CDN flag behind him though.

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