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Bill Guerin 1992-93 New Jersey Devils Game-Worn Sweater

Lot Number 434

Quantity: Bid Starts: 02/03/2014 12:00:00 
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The first-ever NHL player of Hispanic descent, right winger Bill Guerin enjoyed a productive 18-year career during which he won Staley Cup titles 14 seasons apart. This New Jersey Devils sweater was worn by Guerin during the 1992-93 campaign, his first full season in the NHL. The white knit pullover garment features twill identifiers and proper “Maska” tagging. Solid game use is evident with tiny tears on the lower front and right sleeve, as well as faint blood stains throughout. The fight strap remains intact. More on our website.

All original and unaltered, the white knit ice apparel features red-and-black striped patterns on the lower front and on the three-quarter sleeves. A team logo is sewn to the front center in red-on-black-on-white twill, while “12” is sewn to the back and sleeves in red-on-black twill with “GUERIN” sewn to a nameplate atop the back number in like fashion. A Stanley Cup 100th anniversary logo patch adorns the right front shoulder, while the red-and-black striped V-neck’s interior is home to a “Maska” manufacturer’s label and a size “52” tag. Both “CCM” and “NHL” logos are sewn to the back tail, whose interior features a stampings denoting “Official New Jersey Devils 2nd Set 1992-93 Season.” Additional signs of wear include puckering about the twill components and pilling throughout.

Huggins and Scott is allowing the winning bidder 45 days from the date when payment is received to have the item independently authenticated. Payment must, however, be made within two weeks from the end of the auction. Huggins and Scott is not responsible for any authentication fees or shipping charges incurred by the winning bidder but H&S will refund the hammer price and buyer's premium if the item does not pass authentication with a reputable third party company.

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