1912 C57 Hockey Card Set and Checklist

‘It’s In The Details’

Title C57
Year 1912
Size 1 1/2″ x 2 5/8″
Images Black and White
Type Tobacco
Number in Set
50

C57 Overview

C57 20 Art Ross.jpg

The 1912 C57 set is one of the earliest hockey tobacco card issues. Georges Vezina and Art Ross are key cards in the issue. Of the three C-Card issues produced from 1909 to 1912, the C57 set is the largest at 50 cards.

The C57 set is different from the earlier C55 and C56 issues in that it is black and white. While it is the latest of that series, it is also the most rare. PSA has easily graded the fewest of these cards in comparison with those other two sets.

The cards are basic and understated with a simple player picture, his name, and team. This is also the only one of these three C-Card sets that was printed in black and white.

C57 Checklist

  1. Georges Vezina
  2. Punch Broadbent
  3. Clint Benedict
  4. A. Atchinson
  5. Tom Dunderdale
  6. Art Bernier
  7. G. Dellaire
  8. George Poulin
  9. Eugene Payan
  10. Steve Vair
  11. Bobby Rowe
  12. Don Smith
  13. Bert Lindsay
  14. Skene Ronan
  15. Sprague Cleghorn
  16. Joe Hall
  17. Jack MacDonald
  18. Paddy Moran
  19. Harry Hyland
  20. Art Ross
  21. Pud Glass
  22. Walter Smaill
  23. Gordon Roberts
  24. James Gardiner
  25. Ernie Johnson
  26. Ernie Russell
  27. Percy Lesueur
  28. Bruce Ridpath
  29. Jack Darragh
  30. Hamby Shore
  31. Fred Lake
  32. Alex Currie
  33. Albert Kerr
  34. Eddie Gerard
  35. Carl Kendall
  36. Jack Fournier
  37. Goldie Prodgers
  38. Jack Marks
  39. George Broughton
  40. Art Boyce
  41. Lester Patrick
  42. Joe Dennison
  43. Fred Taylor
  44. Newsy Lalonde
  45. Didier Pitre
  46. Jack Laviolette
  47. Ed Oatman
  48. Joe Malone
  49. Marty Walsh
  50. Odie Cleghorn

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