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Hockey Cards, Autographs and Memorabilia

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Lot 236.  10 Ray Bourque 1981-82 Topps Cards, #5. Three of these second-year cards of the Hall of Fame defenseman grade nm-m, and the other seven are nm. Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2004, Bourque holds the NHL record for most career goals, assists, and points by a defensive player.
Winning Bid $10     

Lot 237.  Lemieux Rookie Plus Gretzky, Subban and Other Cards. Six cards make up this group: 1. Mario Lemieux rookie, 1985 Topps #9, ex+. 2. 1981 #16 Wayne Gretzky, nm+. 3. Wayne Gretzky Indianapolis Racers card. Although this card carries a 1978 date, it was produced later. Nm-m. 4. P. K. Subban 2010 Upper Deck Young Guns rookie card, #231, nm-m. 5. 2011 Score-Panini #560 Taylor Hall, nm-m. 6. 2011 Score-Panini #561 Tyler Seguin, nm-m.
Winning Bid $45     

Lot 238.  100+ Signed Hockey Cards – Lemieux, Brett Hull, Roy, Coffey and Eight More. The cards are primarily from the 1980s and 1990s, produced by Topps, Score, O-Pee-Chee, Upper Deck and other card companies. Generally, the signatures are nm-m 8 or better. Hall of Fame signers include Mario Lemieux (1992 Stadium Club), Rob Blake (1992 Score), Ray Bourque (1992 Score), Paul Coffey (1989 Topps), Brett Hull (1992 Score), Eric Lindros on a card signed also by Rob Pearson (1991 Score), Scott Niedermayer (1991 Pro Set), Adam Oates (1993 OPC), Luc Robitaille (1990 Topps), Patrick Roy on a card signed also by Mike Liut (1990 Score), Peter Stastny (1983 OPC) and Bryan Trottier (1990 Pro Set). Names of other signers follow. In most cases, we have listed only the last name. The full name is present: Bishop, Carson, Giroux, Hrudey, Joyce, Larmer, Linseman, MacLean, MacLeod, Malakhov, Dan Maloney, Manderville, Marsh, May, McEachern, McKenzie, McInnis, Melanson, Corey Millen, Moller, Moog, Muni, Rob Murphy, Rob Murray, Nedved, Norton, O’Connell, Ogrodnick, Ozolinch, Rick Patterson, Barry Pederson, Picard, Pilon, Poulin, Probert, Quenneville, Raglan, Ray, Reese, Ricci, Ridley, Roenick, Ruff, Sacco, Savage, Secord, Selanne, Sevigny, Shaw, Skrudland, Bobby Smith, Smolinski, Marc Staal, Stamkos, Stewart, Suter, Bob Sweeney, Don Sweeney, Sydor, Tanti, Terreri, Thomas, Tinordi, Tonelli, Tucker, Valk, Vial, Vukota, Wamsley, Weinrich, Wiemer, Wood, Young, Zamuner, Zhitnik. A 1992 Upper Deck card is signed by the Sutter brothers – Brian, Duane, Darryl, Brent, Rich and Ron. Four other cards are multi-signed: Kevin Hatcher and Al Iafrate; Scott Lachance and Keith Tkachuk; Geoff and Russ Courtnall; and Doug Weight, Steven Rice and Tony Amonte. All of the autographs are different. All have been authenticated by Kevin Keating.
Winning Bid $204     

Lot 239.  23 Signed Hockey Cards – 13 by HoFers – Plus 9 Unsigned Cards. Eleven autographs are personalized to Frank or Elaine on 2001 Fleer Greats of the Game cards. Jacques Lemaire signed four of them, and Brad Park, seven. The Park signatures are nm-m 8 or better. Three Lemaire autographs are nm-m 8, and the fourth is smudged. Lemaire also autographed two 2002 Topps O-Pee-Chee Archives cards. Both signatures are strong, with the personalization partially smudged on one, and the “J” on the other. Other cards, all personalized, are signed by Jim Craig, a member of 1980 U.S. champion Olympic team (two different, one nm-m 8 and one ex-m 6); Claude Larose (two, nm-m 8); Don Marshall (nm-m 8), Murray Oliver (two, nm-m 8), Pete Stemkowski (two, nm-m 8) and Ed Westfall (vg-ex 4). The unsigned cards are 1970-71 Topps #1, 55 Beliveau vg and 68 Giacomin vg-ex. 1971-72 Topps #2 ex (miscut). 1976-77 Topps Glossy Inserts #4 Dionne, 7 Esposito and 20 Orr vg. 1980-81 #163 Scoring Leaders with Gretzky, p-f. And one other card. Autographs authenticated by Kevin Keating.
Winning Bid $35     

Lot 240.  Boston Bruins Photo of Late 1960s Game Action Featuring Bobby Orr. The 11” x 14” color photo is double-matted to 16” x 20”. The photo shows Orr and Gary Doak on defense as a shot by a Toronto Maple Leafs player soars toward the outstretched glove of Gerry Cheevers. The relatively recent print is nm-m. Great photo!
Winning Bid $40     

Lot 241.  4 Hockey Posters – Montreal Forum, Canadiens, Dallas Stars and Mighty Ducks. 1. 1995-96 “Forum: La Fierte Pour Toujours (Montreal Forum: Forever Proud) poster. This 25” x 35” poster has a sepia photo of the Montreal Forum, home to NHL hockey in the city from 1924-96, and photos of 50 Canadiens players or officials. Names range from Georges Vezina to Bob Gainey and Guy Lafleur. 2. Canadiens 1993 Stanley Cup color poster, 22” x 34”, with a team photo and seven player photos, including Kirk Muller, Guy Carbonneau, Paul DiPietro, Eric Desjardins, Patrick Roy, Patrice Brisebois and Vincent Damphousse. 3. 1999 Dallas Stars Stanley Cup Poster, 22” x 34”, team photo and nine player photos, including Conn Smythe Trophy winner Joe Nieuwendyk. 4. Anaheim Mighty Ducks 1993-94 poster, 20” x 36”, for the inaugural season. The team played at Arrowhead Pond, now the Honda Center. These posters are rolled and range from g-vg to vg+ and average vg.
Winning Bid $10     

Lot 242.  10 1970s NHL Media Guides. These guides were issued by the 1977-78 Black Hawks ex-m, 1977-78 Blues ex, 1975-76 ex-m and 1976-77 Capitals ex-m+, 1975-76 Bruins (2) both ex, 1976-77 Bruins ex, 1973-74 Kings vg-ex, 1976-77 Rangers nm and 1977-78 Red Wings ex. The 1977 Bruins lost to Montreal in the Stanley Cup finals. Brad Park and Jean Ratelle are pictured on the 1976-77 media guide with Don Cherry, the coach.
Winning Bid $35     

Lot 243.  2005 NCAA Frozen Four Signed Program and a 2009-10 Columbus Blue Jackets Yearbook. Brett Sterling and Marty Sertich of Colorado autographed the cover of the 64-page program for the 2005 Men’s Frozen Four in Columbus, OH. Kevin Keating authenticated their nm-m 8 autographs. Playing for the Atlanta Thrashers in his first professional season, Sterling led the American Hockey League in scoring and was its Rookie of the Year. He has played also for the Pittsburgh Penguins, St. Louis Blues and European teams. Sertich also has played in the AHL and Europe. The program is nm. The Blue Jackets’ yearbook is nm-m. Veterans receive two color pages in this 132-page publication, and rookies, one each.
Minimum Bid $10     

Lot 310.  Photos with the Washington Capitals and Bullets, Atlanta Hawks, Golf and Tennis. Each silver gelatin photo is 16” x 20”, printed relatively recently from a vintage negative. Two have hockey images, two more show basketball action, and one each represents golf and tennis. Four are black & white. One hockey photo captures the action after the Capitals have just scored in a 1978-80 game. Greg Polis and Robert Picard are among the players pictured. Game action from an earlier time is the subject of the earlier hockey photo. Both basketball photos show players taking shots in a Washington-Atlanta game. Bob Dandridge (Bullets, 1978-81) and John Drew (Hawks, 1975-82) are among the players. An unidentified woman golfer tees off in the fifth photo. In the sixth, a sepia example, young women play tennis on the lawn. These photos average ex-m+.
Minimum Bid $15     

Lot 313.  130+ Pro, College and Minor League Football, Basketball and Hockey Pocket Schedules. These schedules span 1980-2012 and average ex-m to nm. Counts in each category are approximate; duplicates account for less than 10 percent of the total. PRO FOOTBALL: 44, 1980-2012. Packers, Vikings (26) and Chiefs (7). Also, seven that cover the full NFL. COLLEGE FOOTBALL: 20, 1984-2012. Nebraska, Minnesota (10), Minnesota State, Missouri, Iowa (5), Iowa State and Illinois State. HOCKEY: 21, 1982-2011. Washington Capitals. Minor or junior leagues Phoenix Coyotes, Minnesota Wild (7), Minnesota Gophers (6), Minnesota Moose, Chicago Steel, Missouri Otters and Peoria Rivermen. PRO BASKETBALL: 36, 1981-2006. Pacers, Cavaliers, Hawks, Kings, Mavericks, Pistons, Lakers, Bucks, Timberwolves (17), Flyers, Bulls and Warriors. COLLEGE BASKETBALL: 15, 1980-81and 2008 Minnesota (5), Iowa, Iowa State, Southwest Minnesota State, Missouri, Big 10 and Big 12.
Winning Bid $15     

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