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  • - What've you got?

  • What I got here is a very rare Babe

  • Ruth Boston Red Sox team photo from his 1915 rookie season.

  • That is cool.

  • I love Babe Ruth.

  • The guy had a really interesting life.

  • Did you know, apparently, at seven years old,

  • he was so bad that his parents put him into reform school.

  • Didn't want anything to do with him at seven years old, which I

  • think is probably bad parents.

  • Yeah, correct, correct.

  • [ball hits bat]

  • [cheering]

  • I bought the photo at an auction about seven years ago.

  • There are only about five or six in existence

  • of this type 1 variation.

  • I'm asking 12,500, but the least I'll take is probably 9,000.

  • A lot of people don't know that in 1914,

  • 1915, to sign a legal document, it wasn't 18, it was 21.

  • Correct.

  • So the Red Sox more or less had to be his guardian.

  • And I think the Yankees paid, like,

  • $200,000 for him, which was just an enormous amount of money

  • back then.

  • I guess they thought he was that good.

  • Right. Right.

  • But next thing you know, the biggest rock star.

  • I don't think there's ever been anyone as big as Babe Ruth.

  • He transcends generations and generations.

  • And this was a publicity photo of some sort?

  • Correct.

  • They put these in the newspapers.

  • These are very rare.

  • They tell me there's about six of this type

  • 1 variation in existence.

  • But the other one I've seen has pinholes in it.

  • Anything Babe Ruth from this time period

  • is worth money, if it's real.

  • Over the years, there's been a lot of fake Babe Ruth stuff

  • that's tried to sneak onto my shelves.

  • I have to be extremely careful here.

  • And what are you looking to do?

  • You're looking to sell it?

  • I need to sell it.

  • I'm asking a very reasonable $12,500.

  • OK.

  • I see you had it authenticated.

  • Yes.

  • A professional sports authenticator.

  • OK.

  • Why in the world did you open it up?

  • A side is opened, which means you

  • can pull the photograph out and replace it with something else.

  • This came straight from the auction house in this sleeve.

  • I said, I don't want it encased because I

  • might want to frame it.

  • OK.

  • Do you mind if I have a friend look at it?

  • - Have at it. - OK.

  • Hang out.

  • I'll be back in a few minutes.

  • You got it.

  • He can call an expert, but I verified my information.

  • I pretty much know all there is to know.

  • But yeah, he can go ahead and call whoever he wants.

  • Man, 1915 Boston Red Sox?

  • Mm-hmm.

  • 20-year-old Babe Ruth.

  • That's right.

  • That is really cool.

  • I mean, who could have possibly imagine what history

  • had in store for this guy?

  • With baseball being in its infancy,

  • and Babe Ruth came into the sport,

  • there's only a very few media outlets covering it.

  • So having anything related to Babe Ruth surviving 100

  • years later is an amazing find.

  • So I mean, one of the biggest urban legends

  • in baseball, as you know, how did Babe

  • Ruth get the name The Babe?

  • The story goes back to his days when

  • he was in the minor leagues with the Baltimore Orioles.

  • A guy by the name of Jack Dunn kind of took him under his wing

  • since he was under age at the time,

  • and really took care of him.

  • So his other teammates kind of busted his balls

  • a little bit about it.

  • You know, oh, he's Jack's newest babe and everything.

  • And it kind of stuck after that.

  • Cool.

  • Here's my concerns.

  • OK.

  • It's open.

  • And everything I see PSA is generally sealed up.

  • Sometimes.

  • With PSA, you can have discretion

  • as to whether you want it encapsulated or just stickered.

  • In this case, it has just the sticker on it.

  • And in looking at this one, I mean, the sticker, the letter,

  • the condition--

  • everything is authentic on this.

  • OK.

  • That's cool.

  • OK, so the big question.

  • What do you think it's worth?

  • I can't emphasize how exceedingly rare

  • it is to find an image of Babe Ruth, especially

  • from his rookie years.

  • So these are actually a really big deal.

  • And honestly, man, in this kind of condition, on a good day,

  • I'd say you could sell this for about 10 grand.

  • OK.

  • Thanks, man.

  • You got it, man.

  • When we're talking about a photograph from his rookie

  • season, 100 years old, there are far less of those

  • out there than there are autographed

  • baseballs or other items.

  • I don't think it would last long in any retail setting.

  • Well, verified.

  • Hey, what's your best price on it?

  • What about 12,000?

  • There's no way in the world that's

  • going to happen because I don't think

  • I can get that much out of it.

  • You heard Jeremy.

  • On a good day, I can sell it for 10,000.

  • So I'll give you seven grand.

  • Seven grand.

  • Wow.

  • You heard what the man said.

  • They rarely come up.

  • I think it will sell fast.

  • I really do.

  • 11,000.

  • No.

  • I will go seven.

  • I take all the risk.

  • I have stuff all over the place in here

  • that I thought would sell real quick.

  • Will you do 8,500?

  • No.

  • I will do 7,000.

  • That's what I can do.

  • I've come down.

  • You haven't bumped up, not even a nickel.

  • I won't bump up a dime.

  • Yeah, I don't think I can let it go for that price.

  • But thanks anyway. - All right.

  • Thanks for coming in, though. - All right.

  • OK.

  • I'm disappointed he didn't budge from 7,000.

  • I thought he would at least come up 500.

  • It looks like it's back to the auction houses

  • and see if I can get a little more money for it.

- What've you got?

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