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Old 08-30-2011, 03:08 PM
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Default Photos used for cards

It's always interesting to see the photos that were either used for baseball cards or depict the same images. Here is a recent pick up....anyone else? (the card is only for comparison, I don't own it)
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Leon...:I am amazed that Lou held that awkward pose for long enough to have the spectators in the back of your photo shooed out of the frame to allow the exhibit card image to be captured!
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Yeah, Chris, airbrushing can do some amazing things.......
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I believe this photo is the basis for a N167 card. Esterbrook's demise is quite a story.
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Here's one.
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Whit Wyatt 1936 Goudey Wide Pen (R314)


Pete Fox 1940 Play Ball


Oral Hildebrand 1934-36 Batter-Up (not an exact match, but appears to be from same photo session)
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Just noticed I have this one. It's interesting (to me) that they created the Fatima Leach photographic image directly from the negative, but modified the background. I once spent an afternoon in a friend's darkroom, watching him manipulate one of my black and white negatives to enhance various aspects, but never change the actual background like this.

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I am bumping this nice thread because I had recently bought a photo of Cochrane that I thought was great early image. Couldn't get much earlier without going into his PCL days. I recently found that the image was used on a couple of cards. Both are not off the main path, but still cards using the image.


May 12, 1925


1967 Topps Venezuela Retirado

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I had also bought this one recently (I do not own the card):

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I recently picked up this 1928 Press Photo (International Neesreel), which matches the 1926-29 Exhibits and a few other Klein cards...







As an FYI, I'm always looking for more tint variations of Klein!!
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Derek, nice pickup on the Klein photo. But, what I really, really like is your collection of Exhibit PCs - great eye candy!
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Here is one for this thread.... Fun topic

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Ashburn photo that is the image on a number of things, including the 1951 and 1952 Topps, yellow basepaths pin and the exhibits.
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Tim:

That is a fantastic image. Always loved that particular T206 Card, and the original photo is even better!
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T206 Harry McIntyre photo by Charles Conlon:

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1908 Pictorial News photo of Wid Conroy with the N.Y. Highlanders. Uni changed to represent Washington for his T206 and image is flopped:



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Purchased this original negative in the Barney Sterling photo collection of Ernie Banks used in the 1971 Topps Greatest Moments.
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