A legendary 1910 photograph of Ty Cobb sliding into third base was sold for $390,000, Robert Edward Auctions announced on Monday.
The identity of the card's buyer was not released publicly.
The photo's price tag was just shy of an all-time record for a sports photograph ($396,000), according to Robert Edwards Auction, which the auction house says belongs to a Cobb cabinet photograph.
In the Charles Conlon photograph, Cobb is seen sliding hard into New York Highlanders’ third baseman Jimmy Austin for a stolen base during a game at New York’s Hilltop Park.
The photograph previously sold for $250,000 in 2019.
Cobb merchandise frequently sells for a hefty price.
This past April, a Sporting Life cabinet Cobb rookie card also sold for $300,000.