About this proof
It possesses greater detail and clarity, particularly on the player’s face, jersey, and glove. The outer portions and borders of the card have similar defining characteristics as does the background. The card number and player's name on front are lower than on the regular card (note: this does not appear to be an issue with color alignment). There are registration lines near all four corners. The text on the reverse has narrower lines and is sharper.
Did you know?
A pioneer of the “wrong wing” theory as a southpaw playing on the right side, Jack Darragh became a Hall of Famer while spending his entire career with the Ottawa Senators and winning four Stanley Cups. Had a flair for the dramatic, scoring both goals in a 2-1 victory over Vancouver in the 1921 Final.