Dating baseball photos by uniform style
Very Good to Excellent condition overall, with most displaying normal handling faults consistent with their age. The entire collection can be viewed on the internet. The New York Mets pitcher was recently named one of the most stylish people in New York by , Harvey also proved he has excellent style awareness.Harvey told Kirsten Fleming, "Definitely the lighter the shirt I am wearing, the more my eyes pop.As a result of their popularity, nearly all manner of subjects were captured on stereograph cards.Despite that fact, very few nineteenth-century baseball stereographs were made or have survived the ages.He told Mike Grimala of , "I really wanted to look good every day I went into the clubhouse, every day I had an interview. It's like on Sundays when you go to church, you want to wear your Sunday best, and during the season I try to do that."Matt Kemp played for the Los Angeles Dodgers for nine years.Perhaps his immersion in a major fashion city helped him to become a sports style icon.
The technique for making stereographs dates to the 1830s; however, they did not become popular until the 1850s, when an easy-to-use viewer (the stereoscope) became widely available.
I've always really liked to look good and to dress well."At 22 years of age, Bryce Harper is one of the best young players in the MLB today. His Instagram account documents a wide style range—casual T-shirts, beanies, even bold suit jackets.
From creative hair styles to his casual-chic wardrobe, Harper makes fashion a priority.
Offered here is a remarkable collection of thirty-six vintage baseball stereographs, the volume and scope of which distinguishes this collection as by far both the largest and highest quality assemblage we have ever seen.
The vast majority of these photos date from before 1900, though included are a few dating from after the turn of the century.