This a very RARE very awesome Numbered Limited Edition Replica of an exact 1920's Hockey Stick that would have been used by Professional Canadian Hockey Player, Cyclone Fred Taylor.
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This organization called the "Hockey A Peoples History" In Association with "CBC Radio Canada" produced numbered limited edition runs of these 1920's replica Hockey Sticks featuring several Canadian professional Hockey Players of the 1920's. Along with labelling and a booklet detailing the featured Hockey Player on that stick.
There was only 3000 worldwide made of each players stick and they are numbered. However I have been only able to find a very single other one online. After extensive searching. And they have it listed for $300.00. I cannot even find the factory or online company that originally made these, and when etc. So I am coining this stick as quite rare. I know 3000 were made worldwide but I am guessing they are being held onto very tightly by their owners.
My brother in law is shedding some of his Sports collectibles and asked if I could sell this for him as he is away out of country a lot for his employer.
It is a very cool piece for the Hockey Enthusiast and collector of hockey sports memorabilia. Great to display in your games room at home.
The stick is in flawless condition and measures 41.5" to the base of the heel of the stick. or 46.5" from the top of the shaft to the toe of the stick.
The thickness of the stick shaft is 1" which was common for the time.
Made in Canada.
There is an autograph on the front and back of this stick for more flexibility in displaying this stick.
Here is some history on Cyclone Fred Taylor from Wikipedia:
Frederick Wellington "Cyclone" Taylor, MBE was a Canadian professional ice hockey player and civil servant. A cover-point and rover, he played professionally from 1906 to 1922 for several teams, and is most well-known for his time with the Vancouver Millionaires of the Pacific Coast Hockey Association.
Born: June 23, 1884, Tara
Died: June 9, 1979, Vancouver
Awards: Stanley Cup
Playing career: 1906–1922
Position: Rover; Cover-point
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