The Sport Gallery

Fine Art Photography & Vintage-Inspired Apparel From Sports' Golden Era

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Limited Edition Fine-Art Prints from the SPORT Collection

Fine-Art photographic giclee prints culled from the SPORT magazine archive and produced in limited and open edition runs. Available unframed or framed.

Just turned 18, Bobby Orr, the wunderkind from Parry Sound, is caught in the lens as he gears up for one of the final rushes of his junior hockey career before moving onto the Boston Bruins. Orr’s Oshawa Generals (including future Boston Bruin teammate Wayne Cashman, shown here) would lose this game, played at Maple Leaf Gardens, 2-1, and, with it, the Memorial Cup, to the Edmonton Oil Kings in six games.

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This dazzling image shows Chicago Bears’ founder George Halas dissecting plays with two Hall of Famers, tackle (and later linebacker) George Connor (81) and quarterback Sid Luckman (42), as well as then-rookie quarterback Johnny Lujack (32), at the Bears’ 1948 training camp. The hand-printed image is from the original 4” by 5” transparency, and was taken by SPORT magazine for a feature article.

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The Montreal Canadiens’ high command — coach Toe Blake, centre Jean Beliveau and captain Maurice “Rocket” Richard — compare notes in this seminal shot by Harold Barkley.

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Photographed by Martin Blumenthal of SPORT magazine. United States Senator Robert Kennedy chats with Yankee general Mickey Mantle at Mickey Mantle Day, September 18, 1965 at Yankee Stadium. From original 2 1/4” transparency.

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SPORT Covers: Fine Art Prints on Canvas

Fine-Art photographic giclee prints culled from the SPORT magazine archive and produced in limited and open edition runs. Available unframed or framed.

Game-Used Gifts

Game-used baseballs, footballs, pucks, and game-worn jerseys from your favourite MLB baseball, NHL hockey, and football have been used to make lasting gifts: cufflinks, bottle openers, wallets, pendants, and more. Made by Tokens & Icons, each item comes in a gift box with a certificate of authenticity.

The rich patina of the game can be found in the seams of Game Used balls. Each cufflink is set in sterling, hallmarked with team name, comes with a certificate of authenticity, and is presented in a gift box.

Each of these products is authenticated under the auspices of the MLB Authentication Program and carries a uniquely numbered hologram that allows fans to verify their item at set in sterling silver.

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This bottle opener is crafted from an authentic regular season game-used Toronto Maple Leafs hockey puck. The puck features the scratches and scuffs of game-play. Measures 3″ in diameter x 1″ and the aluminum bottle opener finding is engraved “Game Used.”

Officially licensed by the National Hockey League, each bottle opener comes gift-boxed with a Certificate of Authenticity.

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Vintage-Inspired Apparel

Shirts, sweaters, and tees curated from brands across the globe for their high-end style and historic significance. Brands include 47 Brand, Mitchell & Ness, COPA Football, Red Jacket, Ebbets Field Flannels, and more.

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SPORT at the Distillery

Hours of Operation

Monday - Wednesday: 11 - 6
Thursday - Saturday: 11-7 Sunday: 11-6


46 Gristmill Lane, Toronto, Ontario, M5A 3C4



SPORT at Granville Island

Hours of Operation

Mon-Fri: 11-6
Sat: 10-6
Sun: 10-5


105-1551 Johnston St., Vancouver, BC, V6H 3R9



The Sport Gallery New York Is Now Open!

Find us in the West Village on 8th Avenue at Jane St.

The Sport Gallery New York

The Sport Gallery New York (West Village)

SPORT in the West Village

Hours of Operation

Mon-Fri: 11 - 6
Saturday: 11 - 7
Sunday: 11 - 6


23 8th Avenue, New York, NY, 10014



We now package and ship from our New York location to anywhere in North America.

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SPORT Magazine

SPORT magazine launched in 1946, as the first-general interest sports magazine. It seized an unappreciated subject like sports and took it mainstream.

Fondly remembered today as pure Americana, SPORT was the brainchild of a small New York publisher, MacFadden Publications Inc, and became a triumph from the day its first issue hit the street with a color image of Joe DiMaggio and his son Joe, Jr. on the cover.

That inaugural edition included eight full color plates — unheard of at the time — and almost immediately SPORT rose to over a million in circulation and became half bible, half guru to a generation of men coming of age in post-war America.

In its early years, SPORT had the market for magazine-style sports journalism virtually to itself and, under founding editor Ernest Heyn, pioneered a brand of behind-the-scenes glimpses of the heroes of the day not previously attempted.Read more


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One of the more regular questions we get asked here at The SPORT Gallery is, “Who’s that third guy in the photo, the short one with the glasses?” The question is in reference to a great image from our collection, which features the Yankee’s Joe DiMaggio, the Red Sox’ Ted Williams, and another. DiMaggio and Williams […]


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