Signed "Marty & Val". In looking at other Marty Burke Autographs the style of the name Marty matches his handwriting especially in the "a" and "r". Nice rare piece with Howie Morenz as a member of the Black Hawks.
Amazing original cabinet photo featuring the legendary Hall of Famer, Eddie Shore with the Cupar Cubs 1919-20.
Amazing photo 3 X 4" from the Ron Lyon estate featuring Dit Clapper, Cooney Weiland, Red Beattie and Harry Oliver at Lionel Hitchman's cabin. The players were doing some shooting. Note the players wearing their game jerseys.
Amazing original 4 X 3 1/8" photograph of the 1930-31 Boston Bruins from Ron Lyon Photo Estate. Featuring left to right, Dit Clapper, Art Ross, Red Beattie, Bill "Doc" Carson, Ron Lyon, Lionel Hitchman, Marty Barry, Jack Pratt and Tiny Thompson.
2 3/8 X 3 1/4 " Original Photo from the Ron Lyon Estate Collection featuring Ollie Bullard and George Cameron. Bullard played for the 1929 Edmonton Superiors/1930 Calgary Maroons. Cameron was the goalie for the 1927-29 Calgary Jr. Canadians
VERY RARE EXCELLENT CONDITION POST CARD OF BUCK MORIN WHILE A MEMBER OF THE INTERNATIONAL FALLS HOCKEY CLUB.
ORIGINAL POSTCARD OF WALTER JOHN "SMOOT" CREASY WHO PLAYED DEFENSE PROFESSIONALLY WITH: ST. LOUIS FLYERS AHA, REGINA CAPITALS WCHL, VANCOUVER LIONS NWHL/PCHL, TULSA OILERS AHA AND WICHITA SKYHAWKS AHA. SOME PAPER ADHERED TO BACK FROM SCRAP BOOK.
Original 8 X 10 photo of the AHA Minneapolis Millers with Hall of Fame members, Tiny Thomspon, Harry Cameron, Cooney Weiland, Rusty Crawford and Lloyd Turner.
Original 8 X 10 AHA Minneapolis Millers featuring Hall of Fame players Tiny Thompson, Cooney Weiland and Rusty Crawford.
Amazing Near Mint conditon team photo of the 1952-53 President's Cup Western Hockey League Champion, Edmonton Flyers with Hall of Famers.
Very nice condition original photo of Bill Hutton of the 1933-34 professional NWHL Champions Calgary Tigers. No border version of photo.
One of a kind original photo of the PCHA Seattle Metropolitans, first American based team to win the Stanley Cup in 1917. This 1918-19 team played in the Stanley Cup final vs the Montreal Canadiens that was cancelled due to the influenza epidemic.