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Old 06-29-2019, 09:47 AM
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Question: Whats the highest record sold price for a 19th century baseball photograph-?

A Famous 20TH century Ty Cobb Type 1 Photo recently sold for a Record $250,000---thanks!
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Would 250,000 set a record for a 19th century baseball photo?
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The 1860 Brooklyn Atlantics cdvs that have sold in the past couple years have hit about $180K. I guess it depends what you consider a photograph and what you consider a baseball card.

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The 1860 Brooklyn Atlantics cdvs that have sold in the past couple years have hit about $180K. I guess it depends what you consider a photograph and what you consider a baseball card.
Thanks appreciate the information--a good question is the baseball team cdv a photo or baseball card ? I suppose one may consider the cdv or cabinet photo both cross type collectable depending on ones opinion.
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