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1967 NCAA Men's Hockey Championship Game Puck on eBay

Posted by Beeeej 
1967 NCAA Men's Hockey Championship Game Puck on eBay
Posted by: Beeeej (Moderator)
Date: August 28, 2018 09:04AM

I'm not the seller, but I thought folks here might be interested in something like this.

[www.ebay.com]

 
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Re: 1967 NCAA Men's Hockey Championship Game Puck on eBay
Posted by: Trotsky (---.dc.dc.cox.net)
Date: August 28, 2018 02:26PM

Holy shit.

I'm not a collector but my god that's the Holy Grail.

One of you rich shitheads needs to buy that so I can see it.
 
Re: 1967 NCAA Men's Hockey Championship Game Puck on eBay
Posted by: LGR14 (65.220.45.---)
Date: August 28, 2018 02:52PM

Any way to authenticate it ahead of time?
 
Re: 1967 NCAA Men's Hockey Championship Game Puck on eBay
Posted by: Beeeej (Moderator)
Date: August 28, 2018 09:09PM

The description acknowledges that he cannot say for certain it's the game puck from that game.

 
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Tucson or Bust!

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- Steve Worona
 
Re: 1967 NCAA Men's Hockey Championship Game Puck on eBay
Posted by: Roy 82 (128.18.14.---)
Date: August 29, 2018 01:16AM

Beeeej
The description acknowledges that he cannot say for certain it's the game puck from that game.

Hmmm. A bit of amateur sleuthing: In 1964 Tyer Rubber company became Converse and the puck logo should reflect that if it is from 1967 (maybe they got a deal on old pucks?). The puck logo on eBay says "Tyer".

The description states: "Found in the basement of a deceased Cornell professor in Ithaca".
I would contact the seller (who appears to be a professional dealer) and ask for the name of the professor.
 
Re: 1967 NCAA Men's Hockey Championship Game Puck on eBay
Posted by: Jim Hyla (---.239.191.68.cl.cstel.com)
Date: August 29, 2018 08:06AM

Roy 82
Beeeej
The description acknowledges that he cannot say for certain it's the game puck from that game.

Hmmm. A bit of amateur sleuthing: In 1964 Tyer Rubber company became Converse and the puck logo should reflect that if it is from 1967 (maybe they got a deal on old pucks?). The puck logo on eBay says "Tyer".

The description states: "Found in the basement of a deceased Cornell professor in Ithaca".
I would contact the seller (who appears to be a professional dealer) and ask for the name of the professor.

Andover Answers says they were bought in 1961, which would seem to make it even less likely. But I did ask the seller some questions.

 
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Re: 1967 NCAA Men's Hockey Championship Game Puck on eBay
Posted by: billhoward (---.nwrk.east.verizon.net)
Date: August 29, 2018 12:22PM

The tape has that patina of authenticity, looking like a used civil war bandage.

Look at the date, BTW: Most years, that's the week leading up to the ECAC title game. Now there's 3-4 more weeks left in the season.
 
Re: 1967 NCAA Men's Hockey Championship Game Puck on eBay
Posted by: David Harding (---.hsd1.il.comcast.net)
Date: August 31, 2018 12:01AM

Jim Hyla
Roy 82
Beeeej
The description acknowledges that he cannot say for certain it's the game puck from that game.

Hmmm. A bit of amateur sleuthing: In 1964 Tyer Rubber company became Converse and the puck logo should reflect that if it is from 1967 (maybe they got a deal on old pucks?). The puck logo on eBay says "Tyer".

The description states: "Found in the basement of a deceased Cornell professor in Ithaca".
I would contact the seller (who appears to be a professional dealer) and ask for the name of the professor.

Andover Answers says they were bought in 1961, which would seem to make it even less likely. But I did ask the seller some questions.
In this collection of pucks [llcgunner.wixsite.com] , the Tyer name persists well into the 1970's.
 
Re: 1967 NCAA Men's Hockey Championship Game Puck on eBay
Posted by: LGR14 (65.220.45.---)
Date: August 31, 2018 09:35AM

David Harding
Jim Hyla
Roy 82
Beeeej
The description acknowledges that he cannot say for certain it's the game puck from that game.

Hmmm. A bit of amateur sleuthing: In 1964 Tyer Rubber company became Converse and the puck logo should reflect that if it is from 1967 (maybe they got a deal on old pucks?). The puck logo on eBay says "Tyer".

The description states: "Found in the basement of a deceased Cornell professor in Ithaca".
I would contact the seller (who appears to be a professional dealer) and ask for the name of the professor.

Andover Answers says they were bought in 1961, which would seem to make it even less likely. But I did ask the seller some questions.
In this collection of pucks [llcgunner.wixsite.com] , the Tyer name persists well into the 1970's.

I see it stopping in 1964?
 
Re: 1967 NCAA Men's Hockey Championship Game Puck on eBay
Posted by: Jim Hyla (---.239.191.68.cl.cstel.com)
Date: August 31, 2018 03:53PM

LGR14
David Harding
Jim Hyla
Roy 82
Beeeej
The description acknowledges that he cannot say for certain it's the game puck from that game.

Hmmm. A bit of amateur sleuthing: In 1964 Tyer Rubber company became Converse and the puck logo should reflect that if it is from 1967 (maybe they got a deal on old pucks?). The puck logo on eBay says "Tyer".

The description states: "Found in the basement of a deceased Cornell professor in Ithaca".
I would contact the seller (who appears to be a professional dealer) and ask for the name of the professor.

Andover Answers says they were bought in 1961, which would seem to make it even less likely. But I did ask the seller some questions.
In this collection of pucks [llcgunner.wixsite.com] , the Tyer name persists well into the 1970's.

I see it stopping in 1964?

Me too. The Art Ross Tyer, by Converse, went later, but the Tyer Rubber Company was last in the 62-64 section.

In my opinion, that makes the 67 Championship much less likely to be legit. I don't know that the NCAA, or Syracuse Stars, would be using 3 year old pucks.

We'll probably never know.

I don't know that I'm going to spring a couple of hundred bucks for it.

 
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"Cornell Fans Made the Timbers Tremble", Boston Globe, March/1970
Cornell lawyers stopped the candy throwing. Jan/2005
 
Re: 1967 NCAA Men's Hockey Championship Game Puck on eBay
Posted by: Jim Hyla (---.twcny.res.rr.com)
Date: September 01, 2018 09:04PM

Sold for $480. Insane!

 
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Cornell lawyers stopped the candy throwing. Jan/2005
 

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