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    1962-63 Glenn Hall H.M. Cowan/Screenart Tile. Attractive and rare, the story of these hockey tiles from 1962-63 provides all of the lore that the advanced collector could hope for when selecting memorabilia to go after. Originally fired in England, the tiles were screened to depict NHL stars by the Canadian company Screenart. They were slated to go on sale at NHL arena souvenir shops, but a licensing snafu led to the entire project being scrapped and many of the tiles were destroyed. Though they were never officially distributed, many examples of these tiles have gotten out in the hobby. Here we present a fabulous high-grade Glenn Hall Chicago Blackhawks example from the fabulous ceramic issue. A Mint artifact by all accounts, the entire cork backing remains intact, while the front shines its original color and clarity. A fabulous offering from this unconfirmed hockey set.

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    August, 2013
    18th Sunday
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