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    1929-30 Chicago Blackhawks Team Signed Mini Hockey Stick. Offered here is another unique piece from the Mush March collection, in the form of a wooden mini hockey stick signed by the 1929-30 Chicago Blackhawks. This 22-inch souvenir is stamped "McNiece & Orchard Ltd. St. Catherine West Montreal, Que." on each side. Signatures that average 8/10 in quality. Bill Campbell, Heritage's hockey expert cannot stress how rare 1920s NHL signed pieces are, and this could very well be the oldest Chicago Blackhawks signed piece left in existence. The very rare Charlie Gardiner autograph is featured on the stick that also includes: Mush March, Earl Miller, Taffy Abel (first American born hockey player), Dick Irvin, Art Somers, Lolo Couture, Bouncer Taylor, Duke Dutkowski, Tommy Cook, Frank Ingram, Johnny Gottselig, Cyclone Wentworth, Ty Arbour, Bobby Burns and Tom Dyer. A rare opportunity for advanced collectors to pick up such a rare signed piece of hockey memorabilia. LOA from Harold Marsh. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    October, 2009
    1st-2nd Thursday-Friday
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