Images taken by a photographer during Derek Jeter’s days as the New York Yankees top prospect are up for auction through the Topps Vault archives.
In one photo, a teenage Jeter is holding a crude sign with his name on it, likely a marker to identify him as the Topps photographer scanned through his film after the shoot.
The images were shot by a photographer hired by Topps but for unknown reasons, were never chosen to be featured on cards issued during Jeter’s playing career.
Topps has scanned and processed the slides through Photoshop so they can be viewed by potential bidders.
Jeter was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame on the first ballot last week and will be inducted this summer. His 1993 rookie cards are among the most popular modern issues.
Bidding is set to run through Wednesday.