November 13, 2022 Holiday Auction (#59)
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This lot is closed. Bidding ended on 11/14/2022.
The inaugural edition of the NHL All-Star Game took place in 1947 at the Toronto Maple Leaf Gardens, with the Stanley Cup Champions acting as the home team and a grouping of NHL stars from the rest of the league representing the visiting side. Among those All-Stars was Maurice "Rocket" Richard, the Hall of Famer who entered the game as the reigning Hart Trophy winner. This red wool sweater was worn by Richard in that historically significant game. Inside the collar is the McNiece's manufacturer’s tag. On the front is a red on white chenille "NHL" crest beneath five white felt stars. Barber pole blue and white stripes run down the sleeves. On the back is the player number “9” in blue on white felt with five white felt stars above. The jersey remains in incredible unimprovable condition aside from a few scant holes that do not detract from the overall beauty of this extraordinarily significant relic. This jersey is properly tagged, was presented to us as game-used and in our opinion shows appropriate use. Accompanied by a Joe Tomon LOA and a Heritage LOA.
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Minimum Bid: $10,000
Price Realized: $66,734
Number Bids:10
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