Frozen Pond offered artifacts from the Maple Leaf Gardens in an auction that ended this week. Total sales topped $300,000 – final bid for the dressing room toilet was $5,300.
The auction of the artifacts of the Maple Leaf Gardens, which ends Nov. 14, continues with a 1967 Stanley Cup banner at $13,000 and a toilet from the dressing room at $1,550.
From banners and benches to framed photos and toilets, hockey collectors are clamoring for artifacts from the Maple Leaf Gardens now at auction through Frozen Pond.
Hockey fans take note: The latest superstar athlete to put their personal collection up for auction is Phil Esposito. The sale, to be conducted ion November, will include Esposito’s awards, rings, artworks and game-used items.
Among the draws of Panini’s Prime Hockey in 2012 are sweater lace cards, hockey helmet cards and the captain “Cs” from game-used jerseys.
Upper Deck has produced a hockey trading card set devoted solely to NHL legends. It’s called Parkhurst Champions and it’s available today.