1967 Toronto Maple Leafs Game Stick

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  1. tylerbear*

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    I have inherited a 1967 Toronto Maple Leafs Game Used Stick, after they won the cup.

    It is signed by every player on the Toronto Maple Leaf team at the time, from;

    Terry Sawchuk
    Tim Horton
    Bob Pulford
    George Armstrong, etc, etc.

    I was wondering, if you could give me a ball park figure what this stick would be worth?
     
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    350 bucks
     
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    Maybe about 10k - 50k

    Can i have it for 1000 bucks?
     
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    350 is what I would pay you for it... certainly you could get a lot more for it online. Put it on Ebay and see what happens.
     
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    I think I will.
     
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    take it to an antique authenticator person... if that even exists.

    don't put it on ebay...becauser its a law binding sale.


    one hell of a inheritance though!!! :bow:
     
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    Wow...maybe call Mats Sundin and let him use it...maybe we'll win the cup this year :) lol.

    What an inheritance, holy crap. I agree with Porn*, take it to one of those people and get it checked...thats so cool.
     
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    you'll want to get it professionally appraised, and insured.

    it's not that expensive, especially with what you have.
     
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    ill pay 351
     
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    I'll pay $2,000 for it (serious)
     
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    get it appraised it may be worth alot

    Maybe MSLE would buy it

    also take a pic of it for us:D
     
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    There is a saying about the Toronto Maple Leafs of the 1960's - the won Stanley Cups and they signed a lot of sticks.

    Having Sawchuk's and Horton's signatures are what makes the stick valuable.

    What are some of the other players who signed the stick? I'm curious because if it was a game used stick from after the Stanley Cup, how could Sawchuk sign it? He took off right after the final game and there is no way all the players would have signed the stick in the dressing room after the Cup victory. Maybe it was signed before they won the Cup.

    I can maybe give you a dollar figure if you list all the players, assuming you haven't sold the stick by now.

     
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    Getting it authenticated (by a reputable company of course) will help it's value a lot.
     
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    hey tyler. do you still have the Terry Sawchuk stick /
     
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    Very true on the first part and the second, as without Horton & Sawchuk its value decreases substantially. Indeed, if its missing any number of signatures, knocks the price down quite a bit. However, if it is complete, and if put into the right auction, Id be looking at a reserve of $10,000 on it minimum, and that would be for an un-used game stick (if used, depends on whose stick it is, which increases value even more) signed at anytime throughout the 66/67 season. If you take it to a specialist in Toronto who can prove its provenance as being signed in the dressing room after winning the Cup, the minimum bid goes up from $10K to $15,000 - $20,000. People of my generation who were around at the time have the kind of disposable income to want a piece of history like that, a touchstone to our childhood's, willing to pay big bucks for it.
     
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