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    1931 Howie Morenz Hart Trophy Gold Pendant. One of the first major stars of professional hockey, Howie Morenz was awarded this spectacular 1.25" 9 karat gold (9.30 grams) pendant by the A.G. Spalding Bros. company for winning the 1931 Hart Trophy. The famed equipment company was responsible for supplying the early NHL's jerseys and pucks, which explains the connection between A.G. Spalding and this pendant. The front of this treasure depicts an illustration of two hockey players in action, while "Presented by A.G. Spalding Bros. H. Morenz 1931" is engraved on the verso. This impressive presentation piece is accompanied with iron-clad provenance and originates from the estate of the Morenz family. LOA from Howie Morenz Jr, with picture of him holding the pendant.

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    April, 2010
    22nd-23rd Thursday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 10
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