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Do anyone on here collect these cards that the alumni have, there are around 100 different ones and I have a few but still need more to complete my set, if anyone has any let me know (i am looking for signed and un-signed cards)

here is what they look like

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there are also a new version with a red border that i am collecting as well if anyone has any.

thanks

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I have some large calendars from the late 60s early 70s that were made by Molsons. Anyone ever seen these before or know what there worth?

They were promotional calendars sent around to various businesses - mostly barbershops (and probably bars but I was too young!) from what I remember - they were awesome with large pictures of mostly NHL teams and players but also some minor league team pictures.

Depending on the year, some are rarer than others, and if they are in good shape - you should be able to get 100-200 for any before 1974, more for early 60s or 50s and less after 74.

Oftentimes dealers cut the calendars up and sell the pictures individually - that is kind of a shame but understandable.

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They were promotional calendars sent around to various businesses - mostly barbershops (and probably bars but I was too young!) from what I remember - they were awesome with large pictures of mostly NHL teams and players but also some minor league team pictures.

Depending on the year, some are rarer than others, and if they are in good shape - you should be able to get 100-200 for any before 1974, more for early 60s or 50s and less after 74.

Oftentimes dealers cut the calendars up and sell the pictures individually - that is kind of a shame but understandable.

i'd never heard of them before but just saw one for the first time from 67-68. it was pretty cool.

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Do anyone on here collect these cards that the alumni have, there are around 100 different ones and I have a few but still need more to complete my set, if anyone has any let me know (i am looking for signed and un-signed cards)

here is what they look like

DSCF1291.jpg

there are also a new version with a red border that i am collecting as well if anyone has any.

thanks

I got mine through each player. If you are nice enough and write a nice letter they'll help you out. My favorite is Dickie Moore. What a great signature, and he was kind enough to write me a full letter in return. Very nice man, actually they all are. We have the classiest retired players in the NHL! I wrote each player c/o the Montreal Canadiens address. Hope that helps ya, and if you need more tips let me know. I'm a bit of a SME when it come s to Montreal Canadiens autographs.

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I have some large calendars from the late 60s early 70s that were made by Molsons. Anyone ever seen these before or know what there worth?

A 1966 Molson Canadiens Calender just sold on the bay for 25.00, that will give you an idea on what yours are worth.

1980 sold for just over 10.00

People always think their memorabilia is worth more than it is.

During the lockout I picked up a early 60's Sports Illustrated The Rocket for under 30 bucks,and this copy is is great condition. There's a 1956 Jean Beliveau on the bay for 12.99. That's a great buy!

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Sorry Tony - My comments and prices apply to the Export A Calendars!

I mixed them up with your Molson ones - those are unfortunately less desirable as they generally have drawings rather than photos and I believe have content other than Hockey - still there is a lot of good Canadiens content -

Depending on the year and content - $20 to $50, maybe more for older ones.

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