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Old 06-12-2016, 08:00 PM
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Finally finished cataloging all my Beehives!

During the process, I came across a signed Dit Clapper card!
I called my Father and he thought there was one more card, Syl Apps, that was also signed, but I looked at it, plus all the others and the Dit Clapper is the only signed card I seen.
I know it's real as does my Father but where would I send/go to to get it authenticated?
(All cards came signed/printed from the factory. His signature is above the factory one)
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Old 06-12-2016, 08:07 PM
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And now my finished lists.

Seen some anomalies but I am unsure exactly what they mean as far as rarity/value go?
When it mentions "Photo not available" that refers to the link I used to help me figure my cards out. http://www.beehivehockey.com/

Beehive's NY Americans and NY Rangers

NY Americans.

Pat Egan GRP-1’s
Bill Benson
Ralph Wycherly (Name error. Norman Larson is incorrect)
Norman Larson (Name error. Ralph Wycherly is incorrect)
Squee (Viv) Allen
Al Murray
Art Chapman
Nels Stewart
Lorne Carr
Jim Klein
Eddie Wiseman
Roy Worters
Earl Robertson
Pete Slobodian
Wilfy Field
Tom Anderson
Peanuts O”Flaherty

New York Rangers GRP-1’s

Ott Heller
Frank Boucher (Pic shows red background, mine is white?)
Dave Kerr
Ivan Johnson
Phil Watson
Art Coulter
Bill Cook
Mac Colville
Neal Colville
Cecil Dillon
Babe Pratt
Alex Shibicky
Dutch Hiller
Bobby Kirk
Joe Cooper
Alf Pike
Clint Smith
Kilby Macdonald
Bryon Hextall SR
Murray (Muzz) Patrick
Lynn Patrick

NY Ranger GRP-2

Johnny Bower (No photo available)
Billy Dea (No photo available)
Ian Cushenan
Andy Hebenton
Ed Cullman
Nick Mickoski
Dean Prentice (home/dark sweater)
Wally Hergesheimer
Chuck Rayner
Duncan Fisher
Don Raleigh
Allan Stanley
Edgar Laprade
Frank Eddolls
Pat Egan (Photo not available)
Ed Slowinski
Buddy O’Connor
Tony Leswick

Montreal Maroons and CDN's.

Hooley Smith GRP-1’s
Bob Gracie
Jerry Shannon
Alex Connell
Cy Wentworth
Herb Cain
Des Smith
Bill Beveridge

Montreal CDN’s GRP-1’s

Walt Buswell
Jack Portland
Tony Demers
Jack Adams
Wilf Cude
Elmer Lach (Action pose)
Toe Blake
Joe Benoit
John Quilty
Doug Young (Says Rice copyright by his left shin?)
Red Goupille
Alex Singbush
P. (Polly) Drouin
Bert Gardiner
Tony Graboski
Ken Reardon (Name spelled Ken)

Montreal CDN’s GRP-2

Gerry Mcneil
Bernard Geoffrion
Dick Gamble
Jean Beliveau
Dick Moore
Dollard St Laurent
Ken Mosdell
Joe Carveth (No photo available)

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Old 06-12-2016, 08:11 PM
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Boston Bruins. GRP-1

Dit Clapper (This card is also signed but not authenticated)
Peggy (Jim) ONeil
Frank Brimsek (In net pose)
Red Hamill
Eddie Shore
Alex Motter
Johnny (Jack) Crawford (Sweater #19)
Bobby Bauer
Milt Schmidt
Woody Dumart (Name spelled W)
Cooney Weiland
Ray Getliffe
Bill Cowley
Bun Cook
Melvin Hill
Tiny Thompson
Jack Shewchuk
Charlie Sands
Roy Conacher

Jack Gelineau GRP-2
Real Chevrefils
Sugar Jim Henry
Doug Mohns
Bill Quackenbush
Ken Smith
John Peirson (Name spelled John)
Woody Dumart
Fernie Flaman (SP-2 Photo not available?)
Ed Sandford
Paul Ronty
Murray Henderson
Dave Creighton (White background)
Jack McIntyre (No photo available)
Zellio Toppazzini (No photo available)
Leo Labine

Chicago Black Hawks

Lorne Chabot GRP-1
Mush March
Philip Hergesheimer
Paul Goodman
Goldy (Leroy) Goldsworthy
Sam Lo Presti
Doug Bentley (Action pose)
Michael Karakas
Johnnie Gottselig
Bill Carse
Glenn Brysdon
Cully Dahlstrom
Johnny Chad
Art Wiebe
Louis Trudell
Bob Carse
Earl Seibert

Al Dewsbury GRP-2
Harry Lumley (Photo not available)
Al Rollins (Photo not available)
Jim Henry
Bill Gadsby
Jim Conacher
Pat Lundy (Photo not available)
Gus Bodnar
Pete Babando
Bep Guidolin
Doug Bentley
Adam Brown
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Old 06-12-2016, 08:13 PM
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And Detroit to close it out. Really glad to see I have a Gordie Howe!!

Johnny Mowers GRP-1
Don Grosso
Herbie Lewis
Martin Barry
Carl Liscombe
Ebbie Goodfellow
Laurence Aurie
Gord Pettinger
Eddie Wares
Archie Wilder
Les Douglas
Ralph Bowman
Joe Carveth
Gus Geisebrecht
Jack Keating
Ken Kilrea
Mud (Madere) Bruneteau
Jimmy Orlando
John Sorrell
Hector Kilrea
Sydney Howe
Jack Stewart
Sid Abel
Norman Smith

Warren Godfrey GRP-2 and all below this point are Group 2s
Red Kelly
Clare Martin
Marty (Martin) Pavelich
Steve Black (Photo not available?)
Gaye Stewart (Photo not available?)
Fred Glover
Leo Reise JR
Earl Reibel
Bill Dineen
Ben Woit
Terry Sawchuk (NB-No Blade visible)
Bill Delvecchio (Name error, Bill is incorrect. Should be Alex)
Glen Skov
Vic Stasiuk (home, dark sweater, stick blade not visible)
Bob Goldham
Johnny Wilson
Marcel Pronovost
Jimmy Peters (SR. No photo available?)
Tony Leswick (No photo available?)
Metro Prystai
George Gee
Jerry Couture
Jimmy McFadden
Leo (Lidio) Fogolin
Ted Lindsay
Syd Abel
Gordie Howe (Home/dark sweater)
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Old 06-30-2016, 09:17 PM
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Anyone know why the Beehive site above is off line? It's going on a month or more now.
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Old 07-26-2016, 08:23 PM
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PSA still grading Beehives?

Noticed this and never knew they once did or still do?
http://www.ebay.com/itm/1964-Beehive...8AAOSwbsBXk6gp
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The Dit Clapper appears good to me. No sense getting it authenticated. If it's real, it's always real. Adding a sticker to it doesn't make it any better. Nice piece and set by the way. On the same note, I am always looking for signed John Mariucci items especially from this set if anyone has one. Take care, Jason
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Old 07-27-2016, 09:21 PM
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The Dit Clapper appears good to me. No sense getting it authenticated. If it's real, it's always real. Adding a sticker to it doesn't make it any better. Nice piece and set by the way. On the same note, I am always looking for signed John Mariucci items especially from this set if anyone has one. Take care, Jason
Thank you, Jason.

Took a pic a few weeks ago of Dit Clapper Drive in Hastings, Ontario.

He is a local Hero there and was recently Honored with a celebration.

I personally had never heard of him before I received these cards but have done a fair bit of reading about him since.
He was one heck of a hockey player, that is for sure!
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PSA still grading Beehives?

Noticed this and never knew they once did or still do?
http://www.ebay.com/itm/1964-Beehive...8AAOSwbsBXk6gp
I was quite interested in this post and noticed no response.

I went to the PSA registry and looked at the date ranges and found all three groups.

For the Group I & II, grades are only "Authentic". I would suppose this is due to the photo being attached to the cardboard backing. None were for sale, so I was unable to determine when they were graded.

The Group III, due to the border being part of the photo, are basically cards. These had numerical grades. Like the Beliveau, all are new flips, so they have been graded recently. I would assume that the Group I & II are also newly graded based on the low number of slabbed photos. It appears that most of the are currently for sale. While the Beliveau is being auctioned through PWCC, the rest all seem to be from 4SC. Could it be possible that 4SC's is test auctioning a card via PWCC? That would be interesting to know.
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I was quite interested in this post and noticed no response.

I went to the PSA registry and looked at the date ranges and found all three groups.

For the Group I & II, grades are only "Authentic". I would suppose this is due to the photo being attached to the cardboard backing. None were for sale, so I was unable to determine when they were graded.

The Group III, due to the border being part of the photo, are basically cards. These had numerical grades. Like the Beliveau, all are new flips, so they have been graded recently. I would assume that the Group I & II are also newly graded based on the low number of slabbed photos. It appears that most of the are currently for sale. While the Beliveau is being auctioned through PWCC, the rest all seem to be from 4SC. Could it be possible that 4SC's is test auctioning a card via PWCC? That would be interesting to know.
Thanks for the info, George.

I would also tend to believe what you say is likely correct? Seems like the only logical explanation to me anyways.

I recently bid on a couple trophy cards, which seem quite rare, but was unable to win them due to being away.

After I bid, however, I did notice shipping at $40 dollars! In hindsight I guess I am glad I lost but those 2 cards would have been nice to own.

Here's a pic of Dit Clapper Dr. Next time, instead of driving straight through, Hastings, I think I am going to park and check out some of the local shops to see if see any old memorabilia exists anywhere? (That Banjo's restaurant is a great little spot, BTW! )
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