‘It’s In The Details’
|Title||Stoodleigh’s Sports Series|
|Size||2″ x 5″
|Images||Black and White|
|Number in Set
1932-33 Stoodleigh’s Restaurant Set Overview
Produced in 1932-33, the Stoodleigh’s Restaurant set is one of the most elusive in all of the hockey card industry. This black and white issue was apparently produced for Stoodleigh’s Restaurant, which was located in Toronto.
The cards look more like bookmarks with an oddly thin and rectangular shape. A player’s picture is near the top with his name and a biography below. At the bottom is a brief mention that the cards belong to the Stoodleigh Sports Series. The backs have printed schedules for the Maple Leafs’ home games from January 31st through the end of the season on March 23rd.
To date, only a few have been discovered and a full checklist is not known. This post states that No. 8 (Horner) is one of those known, so there appear to be at least that many in the set. As of the time of this publication, PSA has graded only a single card – No. 3 Howie Morenz.
This article has pictures and more information, and also shed light on much of the checklist, which was unknown until 2015. Several cards still appear to be unknown.
1932-33 Stoodleigh’s Restaurant Set Checklist
- Lorne Chabot
- Howie Morenz
- Harold Cotton
- Red Horner