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History of Hockey Masterpieces

October 27, 2012

Who needs Picasso, Rembrandt, da Vinci, Monet or van Gogh.

Certainly not In The Game, our artists have created a new generation of masterpieces.

In The Game’s groundbreaking History of Hockey product, due out in mid-December will feature four cards in each box. One Authentic Rookie card slabbed by Beckett, one PSA/DNA Authenticated Autographed card, one In The Game Buy-Back card and one Great Moments in Hockey History Art/Memo card.

Some of the art being created for this product is breathtaking.

This card features the Production Line (Howe, Lindsay and Abel). Each card is hand painted on the card and features an authentic piece of a Gordie Howe Detroit Red Wings jersey. There are 10 of these card in the product but each one is a 1/1 as they are individually painted.

When I received this King Clancy hand painted card back from the artist, I did a double take. The image is so well done, it looks like a photo but it is not. There are 10 of these cards in the product and each is a 1/1 hand-painted card featuring an authentic piece of King Clancy game-used memorabilia.

Our artist certainly captured the intensity of Rocket Richard. Each card is hand-painted directly on the card and features an authentic piece of a Rocket Richard Montreal Canadiens’ jersey. There are 10 of these cards in the product, again each is a 1/1 card. The artist on this piece painted on special version in black and white. It is stunning.

This image needs no description. The 10 1/1 hand-painted art card each feature a piece of a Paul Henderson game-used stick. Painted by Jared Kelley, each one is n unique piece of art.

Charlie Conacher hand-painted card with authentic Game-Used Memorabilia commemorating the Toronto Maple Leafs’ Stanley Cup Victory the first year they played in Maple Leaf Gardens. An iconic Leaf captain led his time to the ultimate prize.

Along with the one card hand-painted cards, there are Art/Memo cards which feature reproductions of art especially created for History of Hockey. The vintage Art/Memo cards are out of 10 with all others being out of 50.

History of Hockey will be released mid-December 2012.

Brian Price


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