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 reverse side of the card is missing the line, “Born at Ottawa, Ont.” and there is a period after Dunderdale’s name on front. The last "E" in Dunderdale on the back of the card is narrower and is followed by a dash instead of a period. The rest of the text is both narrower and sharper.
Like on the card of Joe Malone, there is a staple hole near the player’s head on the obverse side. There are multi-colored registration marks near all four corners.
Did you know?
Tom Dunderdale is the only player in the history of the National Hockey league to be born in Australia. This Hall of Fame member is credited with scoring the first penalty shot goal—he did it against fellow Hall of Famer, Hugh Lehman.