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, while the nameplate appears as a solid color. There are registration marks near three of the four corners. The text on the reverse side has narrower lines and sharper edges.
Did you know?
James Power began playing hockey in 1900 and retired in 1913. This nickname “Rocket” was a reference to his mother’s maiden name and had nothing to do with his speed on the ice. Played in a single game for Quebec Bulldogs during the 1912-13 season, the year they won the Stanley Cup.