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JC, I'd estimate out of the 150 photos in my lots approximately 10% where not Type 1s. Sometimes however the other types are much cooler! Check out this Lajoie. First is the base image. The second is the image with the floating head (a clearer image) attached (note the glue marks on the first image). The third shows both and the fourth is a published example of FrankenLajoie. This was photoshop circa 1910. A fascinating look at the editing craft.

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Jim - I like that there was a photo-bomber behind Lajoie in those images...well, his legs at least...
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Another find in my lots. Both of these shots are of Al Demaree but the top photo was used for his 1914 T222 Fatima card:



Interestingly, the backgrounds are completely different:






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I have to be honest, I really regret not bidding on any of these lots. The hidden gems remind of how buying sometimes was in the past. Surprise Conlons, Thompsons and photos used for pre-war...great stuff guys! Needless to write, but bids will be probably be nuts next time around for these types of lots.
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Great find Andrew! Had no idea they doctored the backgrounds on the Fatima cards.

I've been going through my winnings the past few days, will post some finds soon.
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Another find in my lots. Both of these shots are of Al Demaree but the top photo was used for his 1914 T222 Fatima card:



Interestingly, the backgrounds are completely different:






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Nice buried pair here. There are others, but these two are my favorites:

1912 World Series action photo by Conlon




Thompson portrait photo of Harry Pulliam on which is written on the back "Harry Pulliam Who Shot Himself Yesterday"...just amazing

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Nice buried pair here. There are others, but these two are my favorites:

1912 World Series action photo by Conlon
Great shot but can't be the 1912 World Series, which was Boston vs. NY Giants. That shot is Boston vs. the NY Highlanders at Hilltop Park, north of the Polo Grounds .
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More importantly, that photo is the center panel on this T202 triple folder:

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That it is!. You're full of bad news for me but gave me some good news at the end there. I like it! I didn't see where the Highlanders had the crest on their sleeves but now I see they did in 1909 and 1910. Oops.

Those triple folders are just so cool!
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That it is!. You're full of bad news for me but gave me some good news at the end there. I like it! I didn't see where the Highlanders had the crest on their sleeves but now I see they did in 1909 and 1910. Oops.

Those triple folders are just so cool!
What's the photo under Harry Pulliam? That's definitely at the Polo Grounds.
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There are two that seem to have both been taken there. Heinie Zimmerman in a smaller photo and a larger one of Miller Huggins and Larry Maclean is just behind that one.
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In case you don't regularly check the BST where this photo was just posted for sale, I wanted to share the story of another buried treasure discovered. This photo captures Honus Wagner receiving the "Honey Boy" Evans trophy for winning the batting title in 1908. The beautiful trophy now resides in the Hall of Fame.

Although there is no stamp on the back of the photo, it was attributed to Paul Thompson when previously sold and the handwriting on the back is a perfect match to another Wagner photo that does have Thompson’s stamp (see the third image showing the OTHER photo with the Thompson stamp).

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"In May 1908, the Los Angeles Times reported that “George Evans, the song writer and comedian, has offered a…..cup for the champion batter of the world for the season of 1908. The cup will be known as the ‘Honey Boy Evans Cup.’ ” Two years later the Washington Post noted: “George Evans, the star of the ‘Honey Boy Minstrels,’ has probably taken first honors as the most enthusiastic baseball ‘bug’ of the present day. Mr. Evans annually backs up his enthusiasm as the champion ‘fan’ by presenting a trophy known to all baseball players as the ‘Honey Boy’ trophy to the batsman of the American or National League attaining the highest batting average of the season.”

The inaugural trophy for the 1908 season was presented to Pirates shortstop Honus Wagner on May 20, 1909, prior to a home game in Pittsburgh. He topped the nearest competitor by 20 points with his .354 average in 1908. The New York Times reported “The 7,000 people who braved the dark clouds and the damp, shivery weather saw Wagner presented with a silver trophy in the shape of a cup…..The huge cup having been brought out to the home plate by a little boy, and Wagner, having shuffled up to the plate with his hat off, Joe Humphreys made the presentation speech akin to a marriage vow. “Take it and honor it and treasure it and—‘Obey it,’ yelled somebody in the bleachers, ‘until death do us part.’ ‘Fill it up, Wagner! Fill it up!’ yelled the bleachers.”
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Really neat!!
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This is a great thread. Please keep it going all you auction winners.
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Here is a rare Jack Chesbro from circa 1908, likely from Spring Training in Atlanta. Chesbro photos are tough!

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I posted a thread in this section several days ago regarding a Ty Cobb photo in one of the lots that I won. The photo is very clear and almost certainly from the original negative. Only question to me is whether a type one or type two. If it turns out to be a type one (which I have a feeling that it is), I will be more than a little bit happy.

A Ty Cobb full size type one with full borders dated to 1907 by Cahrles Conlon? Yes please!

Was not photographed or even mentioned in the write up.



That's an interesting "Cobb" image. In my experience, the Spalding stamp usually means that the print was made in the 1920s. The image itself is the last photo pictured in the McCabe's classic "Baseball's Golden Age", showing Conlon's prints from original negatives. The photo is identified as a 1910 shot of Hack Simmons. Dennis Goldstein
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I just discovered that Baker swung a 52 ounce bat, most modern bats are 32 ounces. This photo has always struck me as such an evocative image of the Deadball Era and that size differential might explain why the photo is so striking to the modern eye.

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I just discovered that Baker swung a 52 ounce bat, most modern bats are 32 ounces. This photo has always struck me as such an evocative image of the Deadball Era and that size differential might explain why the photo is so striking to the modern eye.
52 ounces!!!! He looks like he weights 170 pounds! Wow.
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Here's a great shot of Chief Meyers from one of my Giants lots. Back in 2006 this photo sold for over $1k more than I paid for the entire lot:

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Kid Nichols Type 1 Conlon photo from 1904, Charles Conlon's rookie year as a baseball photographer, neatly tucked away within the lot. I can't find Type 1 unmounted photos from Nichols playing days anywhere, are they as rare as they appear to be? The page shown is the lead image from the book The Big Show Charles M. Conlon's Golden Age Baseball Photoraphs.

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A beauty Jim. Congrats!
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Nice photo. Original Nichols photos are rare, although there were four other nice ones in the Christies auction. Also, there are a few nice earlier ones from Chickering or other photographs that have been sold. Dennis
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For anyone wanting to see more of the Christies photos, we have posted forty photos on the BST at this thread link:

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