Tough grades: 1954-55 Parkies #69 Bob Chrystal

Posted on 24th January 2013 by hockeymedia in 2012-13,TOUGH GRADES | Tags: ,

NHL1954-55 PARKIES #69 BOB CHRYSTAL40 CARDS IN 40 WEEKS • WEEK 18 • 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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1954-55 PARKIES #69

NHLThe 1954-55 Parkies hockey set (also known as 1954-55 Parkhurst) featured 100 cards. Each five-cent pack included four (facsimile) “autographed” cards and a stick of giant hockey gum. Cards were printed by Parkhurst Products Limited of Toronto, Canada. Collectors could store their collection in the Parkies NHL Hockey Album.

Read more / view checklist: 1954-55 Parkies

As of Sep. 1, 2012, only 48 copies of the 1954-55 Parkies #69 card (Hugh Beats Hodge) had been submitted to Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA). Of the 48 cards submitted, only four copies were graded “8″ or better (just 8.33%). In 2011-12, four new copies had been submitted, none of which were graded “8″ or better.

Overall, the 1954-55 Parkies hockey set average was 57.9 copies submitted per card, but with an average of 12.9 copies graded “8″ or better (approximately 22.2%).

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