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Old 04-05-2018, 01:19 PM
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My God, I was after that postcard lot with the Cobb. Can't believe it went for $5K. They sent me the photos of the other RPPCs and while the Chase is cool and an action shot of him sliding, the others were all commons. I don't see that kind of cash in that lot but maybe I underestimated the Cobb value.


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Old 04-05-2018, 01:23 PM
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I got two of the Thompson photo lots (including the one with 9 (!!!!!!!!) T205 images plus the most expensive Conlon lot. Many will be available soon...
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Old 04-05-2018, 01:26 PM
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My God, I was after that postcard lot with the Cobb. Can't believe it went for $5K. They sent me the photos of the other RPPCs and while the Chase is cool and an action shot of him sliding, the others were all commons. I don't see that kind of cash in that lot but maybe I underestimated the Cobb value.
I saw that. I was interested until it eclipsed $2,000. That Cobb is awesome but is really beat up, and like you said, the rest of the lot is cool but value-wise kind of meh.
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Old 04-05-2018, 01:28 PM
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I thought Lot 108 and Lot 91 went for a fair price. I wanted to bid on them but, with these major AH's, I was afraid of shipping charges and extras on top. So anyone who won those lots...and considering a breakup for profit...let me know.

Their staff at Christie's was great. I asked for additional photos and received them in a very timely manner. In addition, me personally...I actually think their style of doing an auction is the best.

I'm hoping someone on here won the bigger photos lots and gonna pieced them out for sale.

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Old 04-05-2018, 01:30 PM
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I thought Lot 108 and Lot 91 went for a fair price. I wanted to bid on them but, with these major AH's, I was afraid of shipping charges and extras on top. So anyone who won those lots...and considering a breakup for profit...let me know.

Their staff at Christie's was great. I asked for actually photos and received them in a very timely manner. In addition, me personally...I actually think their style of doing an auction is the best.

I'm hoping someone on here won the bigger lot and gonna pieced them out for sale.
I had bids on both but wasn't willing to go higher. 108 was mostly personal photos of the players out of uniform it seemed.
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Old 04-05-2018, 01:34 PM
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I saw that. I was interested until it eclipsed $2,000. That Cobb is awesome but is really beat up, and like you said, the rest of the lot is cool but value-wise kind of meh.
Whoever won it really wanted it for that price, so good for them.
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Old 04-05-2018, 01:37 PM
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Whoever won it really wanted it for that price, so good for them.
Indeed. The Cobb has to be unique I would think, and is an action shot from the front. I remember an RPPC with a kind of far away image of him sliding into home went for something around $2,300 or so. It's a great game action shot of him for sure.
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Old 04-05-2018, 01:51 PM
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I got two of the Thompson photo lots (including the one with 9 (!!!!!!!!) T205 images plus the most expensive Conlon lot. Many will be available soon...
Wow! Congrats!

Probably a good time as any to remind everyone that Love of the Game is actively seeking photo consignments for the next auction.
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Old 04-05-2018, 02:41 PM
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I won the Christy Mathewson Tuxedo Box and the 1917 Chicago White Sox photo (I will be selling this photo)
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I won the Christy Mathewson Tuxedo Box and the 1917 Chicago White Sox photo
Love that box. Don't think I have seen a complete one before.
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