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Old 02-19-2019, 01:13 PM
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Default 1868 ca. Eye Candy - Keystone BBC of Harrisburg

Some early cdvs just look great.
Here is a generic cdv, recent pick up....approx 2 1/4" x 3 3/4"

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Old 02-19-2019, 01:34 PM
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Very nice, Leon. Love that one.
I got this odd photo from that auction that I am still seeing something in that I hadnít noticed before.
There are about 40 vignettes of Ball players either playing or inflicting pain on the poor injured player.
The Close of the Ball Season. Circa 1873 to 78 or so.
More cdvís coming up in a great Hunt photo auction, not mine.
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Old 02-19-2019, 03:24 PM
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Nice pick up Leon. Mark had some nice CDVs in that auction.

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Old 02-19-2019, 04:31 PM
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What auction did that come from? Are they an advertiser here? I never saw it. Very nice CDV
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Old 02-19-2019, 09:21 PM
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What auction did that come from? Are they an advertiser here? I never saw it. Very nice CDV
You probably unsubscribed from emails. They are GZauctions http://gzauctions.com/ They had a banner here during their whole auction and have been an advertiser several times including that auction. There were several, great, early cdvs. I picked the one I liked most and so be it. They aren't as expensive as they should be.
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I wasnít lucky enough to win this cdv in the auction but certainly was enamored with it. It is a game-action shot of two identified teams, one of which (Hudson River) played with the top-tier teams of that era. In the background is their HUGE flag waving with the letters HRBBC on it. Whoever won it got a great and important early image. There is a book out there that even discusses this game.

If somebody on the forum won this, maybe theyíll share a better scan of it.

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Very nice, Leon. Love that one.
I got this odd photo from that auction that I am still seeing something in that I hadnít noticed before.
There are about 40 vignettes of Ball players either playing or inflicting pain on the poor injured player.
The Close of the Ball Season. Circa 1873 to 78 or so.
More cdvís coming up in a great Hunt photo auction, not mine.
Bruce-That piece looks like Hieronymus Bosch does baseball. Nice pick up.
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Thanks Jay. The detail is amazing. I also canít resist asking if you mean the artist or famous L.A. detective.
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Great Pickupís Leon and Bruce! Both are terrific and scarce items! I was fortunate to come out on top of the bidding war for the Alabama boys CDV! Itís a wonderful image, and in hand even better!
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I had this one, Leon.

The Hudson cdv is a great ourdoor image.
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I had this one, Leon.

The Hudson cdv is a great ourdoor image.

Gary I had you pegged as the new owner of the Hudson River image. Sounds like it landed elsewhere.

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Shame the uniforms didn't catch on. Imagine how dashing our deadball heroes might have looked.
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Not me, Rob.
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Gary I had you pegged as the new owner of the Hudson River image. Sounds like it landed elsewhere.



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I was thinking the same thing. That was a great auction with some very unique cdvís and steroviews...loved looking at the 1860ís-70s teams.


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Thanks Jay. The detail is amazing. I also canít resist asking if you mean the artist or famous L.A. detective.
LOL, the artist, not the Connelly character. That could have been a fourth panel in The Temptation of Saint Anthony.
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