November 2013 Auction Ends Thursday, November 21st, 5pm Pacific
This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 11/21/2013
Originally obtained from the Montreal Canadians Dick Duff, here we offer his presentational miniature Stanley Cup trophy from the 1964-65 season. It commemorates the start of the Montreal Canadians' so-called ''quiet dynasty'' of the 1960s, one which included four Cup triumphs in five years. Come playoff time, the Habs took out Toronto in six games before edging Chicago in a seven-game final. Inaugural Conn Smythe Trophy recipient Jean Beliveau scored the Cup-winner in a 4-0 win on Forum ice, Gump Worsley posted his second shutout of the finals. A great 13'' showpiece. The cup and middle section of this spectacular piece remain perfectly intact, with typical tarnishing throughout. Each team member's names from the memorable squad have been exquisitely engraved on the front, while no major dings or scrapes exist. Personal trophies from Stanley Cup winners are extremely tough to come by. With Dick Duff COA.
1964-65 Montreal Canadians Dick Duff Miniature Stanley Cup Championship Presentational Trophy1964-65 Montreal Canadians Dick Duff Miniature Stanley Cup Championship Presentational Trophy1964-65 Montreal Canadians Dick Duff Miniature Stanley Cup Championship Presentational Trophy1964-65 Montreal Canadians Dick Duff Miniature Stanley Cup Championship Presentational Trophy
1964-65 Montreal Canadians Dick Duff Miniature Stanley Cup Championship Presentational Trophy1964-65 Montreal Canadians Dick Duff Miniature Stanley Cup Championship Presentational Trophy
1964-65 Montreal Canadians Dick Duff Miniature Stanley Cup Championship Presentational Trophy
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Minimum Bid: $1,000
Final prices include buyers premium.: $9,279
Number Bids: 22
Auction closed on Thursday, November 21, 2013.
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