Auction of Maple Leaf Garden Artifacts Brings More Than $300,000 - Sports Collectors Digest
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1967 Leafs Stanley Cup Banner Brings $34,000

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.

Frozen Pond has announced the results of its recent auction, which featured a number of artifacts from Maple Leaf Gardens ,as well as a top quality selection of other sports collectibles, including an extensive collection of Wayne Gretzky items.

In total, the auction generated over $300,000 in revenue. Key items from Maple Leaf Gardens included:

  • 1967 Leafs Stanley Cup banner - $34,000 (20 bids)
  • Bill Barilko retired #5 banner - $7,503
  • 1951 Stanley Cup collage - $6,250
  • 1933-34 Team Roster plaque - $3,325 (28 bids)
  • Home Penalty Box bench and glass - $10,250
  • Leafs Dressing Room – front doors - $8,000 (29 bids)
  • Hot Stove Lounge Sign - $3,701 (44 bids)
  • Pair of front row gold seats – signed by the 1999 Leafs team - $7,900 (44 bids)
  •  …and of course, the toilet from the Leafs dressing room - $5,300 (49 bids)

Other auction highlights included:

  • Wayne Gretzky game-used stick - $1,650
  • Wayne Gretzky artwork – by Stephen Holland - $2,499
  • Wayne Gretzky framed autographed Indianapolis Racers jersey - $3,399
  • Wayne Gretzky – photo as a 10-year old playing hockey - $327 (31 bids)
  • Walter Gretzky handmade bench – constructed of broken hockey sticks - $1,050
  • 1999 NHL All-Star team-signed framed jersey - $2,349 (37 bids)
  • 1996 World Cup team-signed framed jersey - $2,200
  • 1972 Summit Series ticket stub – Game 8 - $860 (47 bids)
  • Paul Molitor 1993 World Series game-worn jersey - $3,000
  • Martin Brodeur Charity “Meet and Greet” - $5,001
  • 1972 Summit Series game-used puck - $2,758
  • Eddie Shack 1962 miniature Stanley Cup - $9,250

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