Great collectibles

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  1. chooch*

    chooch* Guest

    I see the Big M is now selling his old stuff.

    Wouldnt the Henderson puck be worth the most as a hockey collectible. Or is that just for Canadians? Anyone know what happened to it?

    Maybe a US 1980 Gold medal?
     
  2. reckoning

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    I heard somewhere that Pat Stapleton picked it up after the goal and kept it.
     
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    The rarest of rare is the greatest collectible...

    ...an intelligent post by chooch.
     
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    I don't have any valuable hockey stuff, but I had some great autographs when I was a kid, wish I had saved them to show to my own children.... I love old programs and stuff when I come across them in boxes.
     
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    I got both Maurice Richard and Henri Richard to sign a Molson Export Label from a Stubby bottle that has a little circle in the corner with a Montreal Canadiens Logo.

    Also have a program from the Ottawa Nationals WHA team with Bobby Hull on the cover which he signed for me.
     
  7. chooch*

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    I like that pic of Morenz and gang at a dinner on juteaus.com
     
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