Final Audition, 1966 (Bobby Orr & Wayne Cashman)

$455.00 USD
  • Final Audition, 1966 (Bobby Orr & Wayne Cashman)

Final Audition, 1966 (Bobby Orr & Wayne Cashman)

$455.00 USD
$455.00 USD

LIMITED EDITION FINE ART ARCHIVAL PRINT FROM THE SPORT COLLECTION

Number in Edition: 125

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.

Each reproduction is printed on 100% Hahnemuhle cotton rag paper using UltraChrome K3 pigmented inks and produced to the highest standard of archival quality available.

Each piece is hand titled and numbered, carries The SPORT Collection emboss, and is accompanied by a signed Certificate of Authenticity which sets out the details of the edition as well as bearing a detailed description of the image.

22 x 18 inches unframed; 29 x 26 inches framed.

Framed prints are available for purchase. Due to additional shipping, handling, and insurance costs, please call 416-861-8514 (Toronto) or 604-620-5834 (Vancouver) to process a framed print order.

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