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Old 07-19-2016, 05:53 PM
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Very very cool curt! Any Ruth or gehrig?
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Never heard of those guys. I do have a sweet Fred Haney though.
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Never heard of those guys. I do have a sweet Fred Haney though.
Haha.. Love it. I love how his hand writing is all over the sleeves. Thank you for Sharing! Also.. Word "on the street" is that heritage is auctioning them off in their August auction. ������ hopefully I will be able to afford 1 or several.
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1939 Gehrig's (Acetate)






1934 Gehrig by Burke(Acetate)


1949 Jackie (Glass)


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Anyone else find them undervalued /interesting?
ABSOLUTELY!!!! And to be honest, I hope they stay that way, because it's that many more that I can pick up on a limited budget

As others have said, I really don't care about displayability personally, though I can see how that would be a deterrent to some. If I displayed every photo or negative that I have, I'd have to cover the house inside and out (and I'm sure my boys would promptly destroy them as they have the rest of my house).

One thing I do like about them is how well they store away, since I am admittedly a bit of a hoarder (well, except glass plates, I guess). I also love the detailed images that they produce if you've got the right scanner. The 1/1 aspect is neat too, though my favorites are the ones of guys where that may well be the 1/1 image of that obscure player in ANY medium.

But seriously, who really wants to collect negatives? Everyone should just lot up what they have and sell them off cheap, or better yet, just throw them out. Just be sure to let me know which dumpster they're going in
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1939 Gehrig's (Acetate)






1934 Gehrig by Burke(Acetate)


1949 Jackie (Glass)


Those top Gehrig's are really neat Mark. Very nice!
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ABSOLUTELY!!!! And to be honest, I hope they stay that way, because it's that many more that I can pick up on a limited budget

As others have said, I really don't care about displayability personally, though I can see how that would be a deterrent to some. If I displayed every photo or negative that I have, I'd have to cover the house inside and out (and I'm sure my boys would promptly destroy them as they have the rest of my house).

One thing I do like about them is how well they store away, since I am admittedly a bit of a hoarder (well, except glass plates, I guess). I also love the detailed images that they produce if you've got the right scanner. The 1/1 aspect is neat too, though my favorites are the ones of guys where that may well be the 1/1 image of that obscure player in ANY medium.

But seriously, who really wants to collect negatives? Everyone should just lot up what they have and sell them off cheap, or better yet, just throw them out. Just be sure to let me know which dumpster they're going in
Please post some of the favorites in your collection!
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Here is my one Gehrig negative. I am not sure of the year or who took the shot. It is not near the caliber of Mark's Gehrigs, but I like it. I used the xray photo booth mode on my iPad to make a positive image. Some clarity seems to have been lost in translation. Lance, I still haven't bought a new scanner which would accommodate these.
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Here is my one Gehrig negative. I am not sure of the year or who took the shot. It is not near the caliber of Mark's Gehrigs, but I like it. I used the xray photo booth mode on my iPad to make a positive image. Some clarity seems to have been lost in translation. Lance, I still haven't bought a new scanner which would accommodate these.
That's actually a shot I have seen many times I believe in original photos. Very nice
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Curt,
I own an original of that photo. It's from 1938 from Lou's 2000th consecutive game.
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