WHO: Ray Wilson, Philadelphia
WHAT: Stick used by Flyers goalie Bernie Parent in 1974 Stanley Cup finals, which the Flyers won over Boston.
CONDITION: Game used, with original tape and puck marks by Sher-Wood, with Parent's stamp.
HOW IT WAS ACQUIRED: "My uncle, Rob Wilson, got it from his uncle Jim Crowley, who used to manage the Spectrum. Crowley became friendly with Parent, who gave him the stick at the end of the final game. Crowley then gave it to Uncle Rob, who passed it along to me. I have it my basement."
WHAT DO YOU THINK IT IS WORTH? "I have no idea. I couldn't say. It's a one-of-a-kind item. It's the only thing that I have that has any value except from my wife and kids."
WHAT THE EXPERT SAYS: "Very significant item from a legendary Philadelphia sports figure. In order to realize full value the stick would need to be photo matched against period imagery. which can certainly be done. Assuming the piece authenticates properly the value could be significant."