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    1912-19 Baseball Magazine Photographs Lot of 11. Marvelous assortment of Dead Ball photography derives from the archives of Baseball Magazine, and provides the viewer with a unique view of the early game. Four are the work of Charles Conlon, denoted by stamping or his own personal handwritten notations on verso. Early baseball photography aficionados are certainly familiar with Conlon, who is widely recognized as the premier lensman of early twentieth century baseball. The Conlon photos: Jesse Barnes, Lum Davenport, George Gibson, Hugo Bezdek. The balance: Doc Johnston, John Henry, Jack Martin, Art Nehf, Red Smith, Earl Yingling, Bob Berman. Condition ranges from VG to EX-MT, with the faults present typically confined to corner wear or chipping, leaving the central focus of the image unhampered. Size ranges from 5x7" to 8x10". All are top-quality images providing brilliant clarity and razor-sharp contrast.

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2008
    3rd Sunday
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