I have a few I could post but this probably tops my list. I've been a Habs fan since I started watching hockey as a kid and the rocket was one of my favorite habs (even though he retired way before I was born). I forget how old I was (probably 9 or 10) but a local card store was selling old parkhurst cards for cheap (this one was $10 if I remember correctly) since they had been glued into a notebook and the back was practically ruined. But it was the rocket so I convinced my dad to get it for me. My dad's a creative guy so when we got them home (I got the Jean Beliveau card too) he had an idea. What he did was use steam from a kettle to get the paper to peel off the back. So now I have a 1958 Rocket Richard and Jean Beliveau with clean backs all thanks to my dad! (Thanks dad!)
The backs are pretty clean and the corners are alright for such an old card. Obviously the tape stain takes away a lot but it's still a nice card that I wouldn't be able to afford in NM condition and it probably has the most sentimental value of any of my cards.