1910-11 Sweet Caporal Hockey Postcards Set and Checklist

‘It’s In The Details’

Title Sweet Caporal Hockey Postcards
Year 1910-11
Size 3 1/4″ x 5 3/8″
Images Black and White
Type Postcards
Number in Set
45

1910-11 Sweet Caporal Hockey Postcards Overview

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Many collectors will point to the 1911 C55, C56, and C57 as the most influential pre-war hockey card issues. But one set that shouldn’t be forgot is the 1910-11 Sweet Caporal Hockey Postcards release.

This set actually served as a predecessor of sorts for the C55 set in that the C55 release actually was created using images in this postcard set.

The postcads are pretty standard, but incredibly rare. They include a striking black and white image of the player on the front with his name and team printed in small font at the bottom. The tops simply read, “Prominent Canadian Hockey Players. Sweet Caporal Cigarettes Series” and then a card number.

Most of the images are close-up portraits but some show a bit more of the player than others. The backs include standard postcard printing.

SGC has graded only a few of each postcard to date.

1910-11 Sweet Caporal Hockey Postcards Checklist

  1. Paddy Moran
  2. Joe Hall
  3. Barney Holden
  4. Joe Malone
  5. Ed Oatman
  6. Ed Dunderdale
  7. Ken Mallen
  8. Jack MacDonald
  9. Fred Lake
  10. Albert Kerr
  11. Marty Walsh
  12. Hamby Shore
  13. Alex Currie
  14. Bruce Ridpath
  15. Bruce Stuart
  16. Percy Lesueur
  17. Jack Darragh
  18. Steve Vair
  19. Don Smith
  20. Fred Taylor
  21. Bert Lindsay
  22. Larry Gilmour
  23. Bobby Rowe
  24. Sprague Cleghorn
  25. Odie Cleghorn
  26. Skein Ronan
  27. Walter Smaill
  28. Ernie Johnson
  29. Jack Marshall
  30. Harry Hyland
  31. Art Ross
  32. Riley Hern
  33. Gordon Roberts
  34. Frank Glass
  35. Ernest Russell
  36. James Gardiner
  37. Art Bernier
  38. Georges Vezina
  39. Henri Dallaire
  40. Rocket Power
  41. Didier Pitre
  42. Newsy Lalonde
  43. Eugene Payan
  44. George Poulin
  45. Jack Laviolette

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