A horizontal image of deadball speedster Tommy Leach taken by famed photographer Charles Conlon showcases baseball as it looked 106 years ago.
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An Arkansas judge sifting through business assets of troubled former dealer John Rogers has opened the door for the valuable collection to be sold, perhaps by summer.December 6, 2015 By
Developed from the original negative, it’s the only Type 1/Vintage 1 example of Charles Conlon’s famous photo of Ty Cobb ever to come to auction.November 23, 2015 By
1926 marked the first of 13 amazing seasons for Lou Gehrig, snapped in a serious pose by noted photographer Charles Conlon. The rare image is currently at auction.November 22, 2015 By
An original and rare Charles Conlon close-up of Hall of Famer Christy Mathewson dates to a pennant-winning season in New York.February 16, 2015 By
With legal claims mounting, the glass plate negatives containing the work of Charles Conlon remain in limbo.October 31, 2014 By
A fresh Ted Williams rookie photograph, believed to have been taken within seconds of a more famous Charles Conlon image, is on the auction block.June 10, 2014 By
A previously unknown portrait of a young Christy Mathewson now at auction is our Photo of the Day.February 9, 2014 By
A 1912 Christy Mathewson photo by Charles Conlon is one of the classic images now up for bid via RMY Auctions.September 6, 2011 By
Robert Edward Auctions has acquired a large group of rare pre-War cards from the estate of a long-time collector, including the T206 set’s most prized rarity.August 24, 2010 By
Over 700 images dating back decades are part of an auction now underway.