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1,000 National Hockey League (NHL) digital images (JPEGs) including 100% Copyrights - Ovechkin, Iginla, Jagr

This lot is for 1,000+ rare and original one of a kind digital images (JPEGs) taken during the 2000's.

You will also receive the valuable Copyrights to the images. You own all rights to these images of such greats as Alex Ovechkin, Jaromir Jagr and Jarome Iginla and young stars such as Phil Kessel and Steven Stamkos.

These images were obtained from the original NHL photographers.

You can use the images any way you like such as printing images to identifying game worn jerseys.

You will receive the images as well as the highly valuable rights to these rare images. You may choose to print the images, sell photos, use the images to verify jersey information or even obtain signatures on the photos that you print. The options are endless and money is to be made easily with these items.



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