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    1945-54 Quaker Oats Photos Montreal Canadians Collection (87). Offered is a rarely offered large quantity of Quaker Oats photos featuring Montreal Canadiens. Overall, this collection is very nice considering the fragile paper used. Includes: Montreal Canadiens – Formal Portraits (20) - Joe Carveth (7), Normand Dussault (6), Laycoe, MacKay and Quiltty (5); Montreal Canadians – Posed (13) - Allen, Bouchard, Campeau, Carse, Chamberlain/Full Skates, Curry, Dorohoy, Fillion, Harvey, Legar/Away From Edge, Leger/Near Edge, Locas, Riopelle; Montreal Canadians – Action/Stadium (54) - Jean Beliveau, Benoit, Blake/Hector, Blake/Name on Left, Blake/Name on Right, Bouchard, Chamberlain, Couture, Curry, Durnan/H-Looking left, Durnan/H-Facing Forward, Dussault, Eddolls, Fillion/Looking Down, Fillion/Facing Forward, Gamble, Geoffrion, Gravelle, Harmon/Leaning Left, Harmon/Fence-Full Blade, Harmon/Fence-Cropped Bl, Harvey, Hiller, Hirschfield, Kaiser, Lach/Cropped Blade, Lach/Cropped Tip, Lach/Full Blade, Lach/L/foot in Air, Lamoureux, Laycoe, Leger/Liger, Lowe, MacPherson, Masnick, McCormack/Vertical, McCormack/Horizontal, McMahon, McNeil, Meger, Mosdell/Name Angle, Mosdell/Name Straight, O'Connor, Olmstead, Peters/Cropped Blade, Peters/Full Blade, Reardon, Reay/Blade Center, Reay/Blade Right, Richard/No boards-Cropped, Richard/Horizontal, Robertson, St. Laurent, Warwick. Grades VG to EX with about 20% lesser for various ailments.


    Guide Value or Estimate: $1,000 - up.

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    Bidding Begins Approx.
    April
    16th Thursday
    Auction Dates
    May
    7th-9th Thursday-Saturday
    Proxy Bidding Begins Approx.
    15 Days
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