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Old 01-27-2013, 04:01 AM
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Seems like these threads die each month after a few posts, so why not a thread that is not time limited?

1958-59 Heinerle Meadowlark Lemon rookie:



Diamond Match Bill Cook:



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good idea.

thanks to member scooter S for getting these guys in the early 90's:



and magic will be cracked out for a signing in a couple weeks:

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pete great card wow
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@ Exhibitman -- Good idea on the general thread. And I love the Lemon et al. cards!
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the '51 parkie howe is great! been trying to find a low grade one for signing but they're still too expensive.

the roy below is ready to be cracked out for signing:



got some great ttm's and a durant. lindros from canada and forsberg all the way from sweden.

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no the opc, but still one of the iconic hockey rookie cards in the 80's.

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^^^ Awesome sig on that Stevie Y!

This one still has to make it through the mail to me,
but I couldn't wait to share a scan with the fellow puckheads .

The market must be down on hockey cards in general, because I
was amazed at how low this went today (no complaints, just surprised
considering where my snipe was set). These don't come up for auction
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Great Plante Chuck! Here's the Mahovlich RC I picked up in the latest Goodwin auction.
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first leg is over:


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this completes my triumvirate of great 90's centers...hakeem, david robinson, and now shaquille signed rookie:

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Two of my favorites! I picked up the Howe from Pete and the Gretzky from Ebay, not an OPC, but the Howe set me back some.

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Two of my favorites! I picked up the Howe from Pete and the Gretzky from Ebay, not an OPC, but the Howe set me back some.
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Thanks again Pete; you always seem to have the card!
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Great cards, guys!

Lovin' the Howe and that SGC Gretzky... nice.
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picked up a pippen...he's kind of a tough signer, next step is to look for an '86 sticker jordan.
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semi big get for me, never owned a gretz rookie when i was younger...so excited to pick this one up.

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Dammmmmmmnnn... looks VERY cool signed! Nice!
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Two new pickups




If anyone has any PSA 9 '79 HOFers, let me know
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Dryden is a difficult signature to obtain. Got this one via a friend who does charity work with his wife. The Orr is unique--I have never seen another. He used to own a small chain of pizza parlours in southern Ontario, and this was a limited giveaway, I think.

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it's nice to see some hockey cards. it's a dying sport in the states but at least the fanbase is loyal. i'm not sure if translates to collecting tho. i've been a fan since the early 90's so that's the only reason why i collect.
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it's nice to see some hockey cards. it's a dying sport in the states but at least the fanbase is loyal. i'm not sure if translates to collecting tho. i've been a fan since the early 90's so that's the only reason why i collect.
Hockey was my favorite sport in the '90's. The Wings are my team, and their rivalry with the Avs was awesome. Bettman killed hockey for me in '04. I tried to watch after that, but it wasn't the same. When ESPN didn't renew their contract, hockey was dead to me. The only time I see hockey on tv is on Versus, and I'd rather hear my parents having sex than listen to Pierre McGuire.

I still collect hockey. Mainly prewar type cards, HOF rookies, and '79's. but I won't touch modern stuff. I don't even know any of the players anymore

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i do the prewar baseball, but getting into signed rookies of all 4 sports. i love the mid 80's hockey rookie cards tho...lemieux/yzerman/roy etc. they were big stars by the time i got into hockey.

picked up 3 more, only sad(?) thing is i seem to be picking up mostly the topps cards, not opc.



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Julius....

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Nice Dr. J! I'd like to get one in an SGC 84 or 88 holder some day
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Nice Dr. J! I'd like to get one in an SGC 84 or 88 holder some day
Thanks! Good luck with your search -- I'd imagine this card would look nice inside a clean SGC holder.
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Yowzah yowzah yowzah! Fantastic Dr. Rook! Congrats!

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Very happy to have picked up these two Howe's. The picture is a wire photo which was used for the 63 Parkie on the right. The colors on the Parkhurst are much more vivid in person!
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^^^ My favorite card of Howe - a beauty!

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Went on a bit of a C55 HOFer buying spree...
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I am on a Gordie Howe kick; got this one last night. One bid took it!
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the old gordie howe cards are pretty bad-ass. i'm waiting for his next signing to get my '54 topps done.
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the old gordie howe cards are pretty bad-ass. i'm waiting for his next signing to get my '54 topps done.
Hell I'm just waiting for a '54 Topps, let alone getting one signed. Good on you!
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Jason you weren't kidding about doing the hockey kick. Nice looking Gordo.
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Thanks Pete, always looking for more!
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Gents,

I proudly share with you what is likely my most amazing hockey pickup ever...this is a one-of-a-kind (AFAIK) 1907-08 Alfred G. Pittaway Studios Cabinet of Tommy Phillips - one of the greatest players of early hockey, and an inaugural member of the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1945. The image quality is stunning, with Phillips in his Ottawa team sweater...and there are no cards of Phillips:
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It feels odd saying this about a man's photo, but that is gorgeous!
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LOL - thanks Chuck...I think I know what you mean!

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Great cards everyone! Here's some Bobby Orr Items I picked up recently.

First Photo: 1971 Bobby Orr Bic Pen Promotional Photo
Second Photo: Ken Dryden 1972 Athlete Of The Year Dinner Ticket (w/Orr)
Third Photo: 1973 Bobby Orr Official Fan Club Member Card
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two of my favorite cards from way back. i've had about 15 jagr signed cards and honestly this doesn't have alot of his sig characteristics but i couldn't pass it up...in khw we trust.

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Default 1971 Bic Maxi Pac Bobby Orr & 1956 Power Play Postcard Jean Beliveau

I won the Beliveau on ebay thinking it was a regular sized postcard, it's actually oversized and measures 8-1/4" wide x 6" high.
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The color and clarity on that Beliveau is incredible, sweet postcard Jeff!
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Picked these up a week ago nice add to my collection
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good stuff 3x signed and jordan rc
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getting in some cool hockey cards.

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i'm very happy to have these 2 cards in my collection, two of the more popular cards when i was growing up. also knocked off a few more OPC signed rookies. these days i'm genuinely more excited picking up a signed forsberg than a t206 hof'er.



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