OPEN EDITION FINE ART GICLEE PRINT FROM THE SPORT COLLECTION
This photograph, taken November 1st 1959, captures the moment when a mask was first worn during a NHL regular season game. The history-making goalie was Montreal Canadiens’ great Jacques Plante, who, after receiving a slapshot in the face by Rangers’ forward Andy Bathgate, retreated to the locker room only to return with his home-made goalie mask.
Each reproduction is printed on 100% Hahnemuhle cotton rag paper using UltraChrome K3 pigmented inks and produced to the highest archival quality available.
Each piece carries a hand pressed “The SPORT Collection” emboss to confirm authenticity.
Image size is 10″ x 10″, and has a 1.5″ border all around for a total unframed size of 11.5″ x 11.5″. The archival framing package adds approximately 7″ in width and 9″ in height, for a finished product size of 17″ x 19″.
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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