A Very, Very Cool Piece of STL Cardinals Memorabilia

A few details about the print:

-The first thing you will notice is the ball practically jumps off the print in this striking image.

-Remarkable detail captured in the ball...from the "rubbed up" mound dirt in the pores of the ball to the red stitching pulling taut the white stretched leather to the scuff mark on the logo from Mark Mulder's bat (History ), you'd have to look at a ball under a microscope to get much greater detail.

-Let's not forget the Inaugural Game marking.  Think you'll ever forget the date of the first game in Busch Stadium with this hanging in your office? How many balls are out there with that marking?  Not many and there will never be more...it's a one of a kind, finite commodity.  The current memorabilia market price of the baseball is $1,000.  You can enjoy an finely-detailed artistic depiction of that same ball for a fraction of the price.  

-Taken with a Canon Model 50D and a 100mm Macro lens.

-The photograph is printed on Kodak Professional Endura E-Surface Paper and shipped flat (even the largest sizes).  This is not some flimsy paper poster.  The standard archival value using this paper is 100 years in home display and 200 years in dark storage.  What do you think a Busch Stadium Inaugural Game Print will be worth in 100 years???  Long after the ink fades on the original ball, this family heirloom will still look great.



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