You don't see these every day! Stretching back to the heart of the Broad Street Bullies dynasty, there are 6 jumbo 3-1/4" buttons featuring a 1974 "Fly By Night / Fly By Day" example from the first Stanley Cup championship; a 1975 "Stanley Cup Champions" Fan Club example from the second NHL title; two more 1975-77 Fan Club buttons that subsequently mention both championships; and an additional pair from the late 1970s. Accompanying them are a smaller team logo pin and Bobby Clarke tribute pin from around the same time. Condition generally averages EX or better.
Among the sextet of tickets and stubs, the most interesting may well be the 1985 pair picturing Pelle Lindbergh from the first game after his death—and consequently handed back intact at the gate rather than torn in half! The other 4 include a 1987 example when goalie Ron Hextall scored a goal of his own; a 1996 example from the last Spectrum regular-season game; and two foreign exhibitions of 1977 Czechoslovakia and 1990 Central Red Army (amid the USSR's gradual collapse). EX overall except for horizontal pocket folds on the Lindberghs and Spectrum.