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    1962 Billy Gilmour Hockey Hall of Fame Crest. One of seven brothers from the famed Gilmour family of hockey, Billy Gilmour and two others played for the Silver Seven of Ottawa. Offered here is a masterful Hall of Fame embroidered crest that was presented to each inductee of the 1962 Hall of Fame class, unless which in this case, Gilmour had passed away three years prior to the ceremony and as a result this piece went to a family member. In as good of condition as it was the day it was presented, this hockey artifact measures at 3x3.5'" and is framed at 7.5x7.5", with small gold plate that reads "H.L. 'Billy' Gilmour Elected August 1962." There aren't too many one-of-a-kind pieces of memorabilia directly tied to Gilmour, who is a true pioneer of the game, so bidding should be fierce on this treasure.

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    October, 2009
    1st-2nd Thursday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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