Joe Jackson Post-Banishment Photo Collection (5)

Sold For: $5,700

Auction Year: 2017 spring

Lot: 1940

Item Year: 1940

Category: Post-1900 Baseball Memorabilia

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Collection of five original news photos, each capturing Joe Jackson late in life. 1-2) Two identical photos (5 x 7 inches) picturing Jackson in street clothes holding a bat. Both bear an International News Photos credit stamp on the reverse. Each accompanied by its original paper news caption, dated "5-7-32," featuring the headline "What Would He Do With This Bat Today?" Both Ex, with light surface wrinkles 3) Associated Press photo (6 x 8.25 inches) capturing Jackson seated on the steps of a front porch. Accompanied by its original paper news caption, dated "7/1/35," that bears the headline "Says He Should Be Reinstated." Ex. 4) Touching photo (8 x 10 inches) of Jackson serving ice cream cones to three children in his store, circa 1940s. Encapsulated and certified as an original Type 1 photograph by PSA/DNA. Both an Acme Newspictures and two Sport Magazine credit stamps appear on the reverse. Ex. 5) Photo (8 x 10 inches) capturing Jackson seated in his living room holding one of his old baseball trophies. Encapsulated and certified as an original Type 1 photograph by PSA/DNA. Both an Acme Newspictures and two Sport Magazine credit stamps appear on the reverse. Ex. Total: 5 photos. Reserve $200. Estimate (open).


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