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Tough grades: 1952-53 Parkies #41 Gerry Couture

Posted on 6th December 2012 by hockeymedia in 2012-13,TOUGH GRADES | Tags: ,

NHL1952-53 PARKIES #41 GERRY COUTURE40 CARDS IN 40 WEEKS • WEEK 11 • Every Thursday throughout the 2012-13 hockey season, we look at a so-called “tough grade” hockey card from the 1950s and 1960s. For those vintage collectors, be sure to pick up your copy of the Vintage Collector’s Almanac & Price Guide at your favourite hockey collector store. You can also purchase your copy online via theWantList.ca.

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1952-53 PARKIES #41

NHLThe 1952-53 Parkies hockey set (also known as 1952-53 Parkhurst) featured 105 cards. Cards were sold in packs with Parkies hockey bubble gum. Cards were printed by Parkhurst Products Limited of Toronto, Canada. Collectors could store their collection in the Parkies Photo Folio for NHL Hockey Players.

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As of Sep. 1, 2012, only 36 copies of the 1952-53 Parkies #41 card (Gerry Couture) had been submitted to Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA). Of the 36 cards submitted, only three copies were graded “8″ or better (just 8.33%). In 2011-12, two new copies had been submitted, none of which were graded “8″ or better.

Overall, the 1952-53 Parkies hockey set average was 47.7 copies submitted per card, but with an average of 8.27 copies graded “8″ or better (approximately 17.3%).

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