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Old 04-22-2018, 08:23 PM
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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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Old 04-24-2018, 11:33 PM
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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:



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Now you need to find the photo that the background was used for..
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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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