1968-70 New York Rangers Game-Worn Durene Jersey w/Tie UpGo Back
1968-70 New York Rangers Game-Worn Durene Jersey w/Tie Up
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The New York Rangers durene jerseys from the 1960s and ’70s are among the most coveted and aesthetically pleasing in the hockey game-worn industry. This jersey was worn in the late ’60s or early ’70s for several reasons. According to the LOA from Rich Ellis of Spirit of the Game, from 1960-68 the Cosby manufacturer’s tag in the collar has an address of 425 8th. Ave. During the ’68-69 campaign, the team had a 3 Penn Plaza reference on its tag, which this one has. In 1970-71, the team adopted names on the back of their jerseys. So this jersey could have only been used in ’68-69 or ’69-70. There are no numbers, or remnants of, on the sleeves which the team did use. Key points on the jersey are the tie-up on front, a sewn in fight strap and definite signs of use. Sewn in the collar is a tattered Cosby tag and size “48” tag. While we can’t definitively confirm its use in a game, at the very least the jersey was a practice or camp shirt.
100% Authentic Team, Spirit of the Game
Game-Worn,Hockey,Jersey,New York Rangers Rich Ellis
Auction End: 15-Jun-07 Post Views: 2193
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