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Old 04-26-2016, 05:47 PM
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The whole thing reminds me of a scene in "The In-Laws." The tin-pot dictator is showing Peter Falk and Alan Arkin a painting of a tiger on black velvet. "I pay feeefty thousand dollars for thees one." As soon as he's out of earshot, quoth Arkin, "What a schmuck."
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"Don't say anything about the scar."
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IN MY OPINION (<---see that lawyers) you have to be pretty damn stupid to buy this glove.
Nah... There'll always be someone dumber--and richer--who will buy it next time around. After all, the "provenance" will only be stronger: 'Ruth's St.Mary's glove sold by Goldin Auctions.'
Of course, it all rests on the absurd assertion that Ruth took the glove--useless to him as he was a left-handed pitcher--when he left St. Mary's. (Highly unlikely, for two reasons: first, he couldn't use it and didn't need it, and second, that St Mary's could spare it.) And then, having done so, gave it to a kid in the drugstore. Family folklore. Useless, as far as provenance goes.
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So... How much money was parted from the fool who bought this thing?
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It appears to me it closed at 280K. I assume that is pre-premium.

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What a maroon.
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It appears to me it closed at 280K. I assume that is pre-premium.
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It does seem like a lot of money; then again the house estimated 500K+.
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