Here's an actual quote from this one:
"Madison Square Garden is completely fireproof and does not contain a single piece of lumber!"
On the page directly opposite this introduction to Madison Square Garden is a picture of His Honor The Mayor, Jimmy Walker. Lookin' good Jimmy.
|1986 Playoffs||1994 Stanley Cup||Mar-10-03|
This looks to be a Devil's era stick for Dunham.
This is a Ranger's era stick for Cloutier. That is not my apartment. My digital camera i out of comission right now so these shots are from the auction I won.
These are certified by MeiGray, one of the most trusted memorabilia dealers.
Again, when I get my camera up and running I'll have better pictures. You wouldn't believe how torn up the front of these skates are.
As can be seen, this is an employee ticket from 1968. This was the last season at the old Garden.
|1934-35 Cecil Dillon||1935-36 Ott Heller|
An actual photo of Lester Patrick taken from someone's album.
I experimented with scanning my pucks but it failed miserably. You'll have to wait for the camera to get pictures of these. I keep my pucks in Ultra-Pro lucite puck and card holders and try to pick a card that best matches the puck in terms of jersey being worn and color scheme.
I have a fairly massive collection of Rangers cards. For Sanity's sake, I'll only be posting the oldest cards for now but will gradually make may way forward through the 60's at least.
In addition to the cards here, I have hundreds of chase cards, signed cards, memorabilia cards and four 3" D-ring binders full of commons, no two alike.
I've tried to keep the relative scale of these cards approximately accurate but wasn't exact
1933-34 Ice Kings Bill Cook
1933-34 Canadian Gum Bun Cook
1951-52 Parkhurst Don "Bones" Raleigh and Allan Stanley
I currently have 11 out of the 17 Ranger cards from this first Parkhurst set. I'll be posting pictures of the others at a later date.
1952-53 Parkhurst Leo Reise. This card is in beautiful condition.
1954-55 Topps Harry Howell. This was the first set Topps ever put out and I have a few others in my collection but this is my favorite. Also a beautiful card.
1957-58 Topps Bill Gadsby. Skipping ahead in my collection a little just because this is such a beautiful card.