A poignant photo of Lou Gehrig, taken the day his consecutive games streak came to an end, is among the highlights at RMY Auctions.
Early baseball photographers had wilder imaginations than you might expect. A look at some of the techniques used to produce those memorable images.
David Cycleback offers a primer on wirephotos, which have a fascinating history but are often misidentified.
With legal claims mounting, the glass plate negatives containing the work of Charles Conlon remain in limbo.
Our Photo of the Day is rich in NFL history as the New York Giants thrill a weekday crowd in their first NFL season.
Shortstop and automobile aficionado, Honus Wagner motors along during the winter of 1909 in a newly discovered photo now up for auction.
Hundreds of historic sports images are on the block this week on eBay including the famously touching photo of Babe Ruth hugging Lou Gehrig on July 4, 1939.
An intense “Shoeless” Joe Jackson heads for home in a new to the hobby photograph now up for auction.
Learn this simple and quick technique for determining whether a photograph is old rather than a modern reprint.
Collectors of original photographs have plenty of options but like any specialty, knowledge is critical to building a meaningful collection.
Two of the game’s most feared sluggers would meet in the 1936 World Series with this RMY Auctions image capturing Lou Gehrig and Mel Ott before Game 1.
A previously unknown portrait of a young Christy Mathewson now at auction is our Photo of the Day.
Vintage photograph specialist Henry Yee’s latest auction includes rare images of some of the greatest athletes of the 20th century.
A 1912 Christy Mathewson photo by Charles Conlon is one of the classic images now up for bid via RMY Auctions.
A 1927 Babe Ruth photograph bats leadoff for RMY Auctions as the company launches its 2014 kickoff event.
Visit the offices of the Rogers Photo Archive, where millions of photographs acquired from photographers and news sources get scanned, filed and readied for sale.