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    1933-34 & 1934-35 CCM Champions Everywhere Hockey Premiums (6) Plus Two Rare Envelopes. Offered is a gallery of premiums and envelopes from the mid-1930's for CCM skates. Each of these large 8 3/4" x 11 1/4" paper premiums showcases a black & white team photo and one-color border decoration. The rosters included the six NHL teams plus various Canadian League championship teams, all playing into the "CCM Skates - Champions Everywhere" theme. Includes: 1933-34 CCM Hockey Premiums-Brown Borders (4) - Moncton Hawks-World Amateur Champions, New York Americans and Providence-AHL Champions (x2); 1934-35 CCM Hockey Premiums-Brown Borders (4) - Halifax Wolverines-Winners of the Allen Cup-1935 and Winnipeg Monarchs-Winners of the Memorial Cup-1935. All Poor to Good; Mailing Envelopes (2) - "Hockey Champions" Compliments of CCM mailing envelope. 11 x 8/1/2" and "12 Famous Hockey Teams" envelope for the 1933-34 set. 12" x 9" and missing opening flap.

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2020
    11th Sunday
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