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Posted 3 years ago

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This is a photo I've had for a while now. It's a photo of Lou Gerhig, Joe Diamaggio, and the former mayor of New York and alleged mobster and I forget his name right now. Anyway it was taken before Game 1 of the 1938 World Series at Wrigley Field. It's a photograph from the original negatives and is in great shape. Just wondering what the current value is.

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  1. scottvez scottvez, 3 years ago
    It appears to be a MODERN print, so the value is minimal. If it were a print from that era it would have value.

    Scott
  2. acedecade, 3 years ago
    I didn't want to get into to long of a story about the photo and bore everyone but here's a few more details. These photos were purchased over 20 years ago in Chicago. The photo was taken by Greorge Brace in 1938. I know bracephoto.com has the negatives to this exact photo and are offering reprints for sale online. Is there a way to determine a more exact date by looking at it? I would like to be able to fill in this last few holes in this story. Was it made in the 80's or the 30's. Thanks in advance for your help.
  3. scottvez scottvez, 3 years ago
    The color of the photo gives the appearance of being a modern print.

    Take it out of the frame and take some photographs/ post them of the entire front and back along with any marks on the image.

    Scott
  4. acedecade, 3 years ago
    I will do that. Thank you very much for your help.
  5. scottvez scottvez, 3 years ago
    When you bought it, was it sold to you as a reprint or 1938 vintage print?

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