Nat Fein
Unsigned Posthumous Estate Prints
These prints are made directly available by the Estate of Nat Fein, which is the sole holder of Fein's original photographic negatives. All prints on this site are produced from Fein's film negatives and were either scanned to make stunning exhibition quality archival digital prints or are developed traditionally in a darkroom on silver gelatin fiber base paper. They all are collectible fine art pieces of the highest quality. All prints come with a letter of authenticity from the Nat Fein estate, plus a ten day money back guarantee (minus shipping and handling).

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Item 1. Babe Ruth Pulitzer Prize Photograph by Nat Fein, June 13, 1948
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Item 1A.  Babe Ruth Sitting at Locker Room,  June 13, 1948 
At age 53, George Herman Ruth suits up in the Yankee locker room for the last time.
 

 
Item 2.  Babe Ruth Emerges from Dugout, June 13, 1948
The Babe emerges from the dugout into "the caldron of sound he must have known better than any other man".

        
    Item 2A. Babe Ruth Greeted June 13, 1948   
Never Before Seen Ruth Photo


Item 4Babe Ruth & Bat Boy April 27, 1947 


                    
 Item 6. Babe Ruth in Overcoat with Mel Allen, April 27, 1947 
Babe Ruth Farewell Speech
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(Available in Archival Digital  Print Only)



Item 14. 1955 World Champion Brooklyn Dodgers / Side View

         
Item 14A. 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers / Front View



Item 17. Jackie Robinson Steals Home  July 17 1949
Inspiration
Jackie Robinson s
teals  home against Cincinnati. Dodgers running a triple steal at Ebbets Field.
Walker Cooper (Reds catcher) bends over to handle the ball. Jackie scores and Dodgers go on to win 7 - 6 in ten innings.
 



461. Baseball Greats in Locker Room
Right to Left

Seated Players:  Wally Schang, Joe Dugan, Joe Sewell (Hall of Fame), Unidentified.
Standing Players:  Sam Jones, George Sisler (Hall of Fame), Tris Speaker (Hall of Fame), Bob Shawkey, Unidentified, 
Dizzy Dean
(Hall of Fame), Al Schact.
Identified with the assistance of the Baseball Hall of Fame Museum's Photo Department.

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