Provenance: “a record of ownership of a work of art or an antique, used as a guide to authenticity or quality.”



Images from eBay.

Sold for $199.43.

These photographs were not made by Weegee.

Copied from the eBay listing:

“Vintage Pair of WEEGEE PHOTOS (1 stamped) Ornate Theatre Interiors small

ORIGINAL ITEM, NOT A REPRINT

size: 2 1/2 x 2 3/4 inches approx each

light wear
no rips
no bends

Please see scan for details”

Provenance: “a record of ownership of a work of art or an antique, used as a guide to authenticity or quality.”

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Provenance: “a record of ownership of a work of art or an antique, used as a guide to authenticity or quality.”


Images from eBay.

This photograph was not made by Weegee.

Sold for $95.

Copied from original eBay listing:

“Vintage Weegee ORIGINAL 4×4 Undershirt Suspenders and Bow tie STAMPED Photograph

Original
4″ x 4″ Photograph
untitled

Portrait

Man in undershirt with Suspenders and a Bow Tie.

Original Weegee (Arthur Fellig) photograph

Printed circa early-to-mid 1950s from his original negative,

the image was printed and by Weegee himself.

There is his credit stamp on the back as shown.

Condition
NEAR FINE OR BETTER

1 original 4″ x 4″ B&W silver gelatin print

(circa late 1940s)

on double-weight fiber paper with lustre finish and narrow borders.

Tonally rich, bright and clean with a bit of handling.

Please examine the images I have included.

Though the print has a much finer grain than the images present,

they show you the actual condition of the photograph.”



Images from eBay.

This photograph was not made by Weegee.

Sold for $100.

Copied from eBay listing:

“Vintage Arthur Fellig Weegee ORIGINAL 4×4 Hunters Lodge Bar STAMPED Photograph

Original

4″ x 4″ Photograph

untitled

Portrait

Men in Hunter’s Lodge Bar

Original Weegee (Arthur Fellig) photograph

Printed circa early-to-mid 1950s from his original negative,

the image was printed and by Weegee himself.

There is his credit stamp on the back as shown.

Condition

VERY GOOD PLUS OR BETTER

1 original 4″ x 4″ B&W silver gelatin print

(circa late 1940s)

on double-weight fiber paper with lustre finish and narrow borders.

Tonally rich, bright and clean with loss to lower right corner as shown.

Please examine the images I have included.

Though the print has a much finer grain than the images present,

they show you the actual condition of the photograph.”

Provenance: “a record of ownership of a work of art or an antique, used as a guide to authenticity or quality.”



Not Weegee, Marilyn Monroe (image from eBay)

Sold for $121.

Copied from the Ebay listing:
“Marilyn Monroe rare vintage ‘Weegee’ classic snapshot photograph .
Marilyn Monroe 1954 rare 7×9 1/2 in. aproox. vintage double weight gelatin silver snapshot taken by New Yorker night hunter paparazzi, Weegee. John Springer collection stamp on verso of photo. In fine preserved archive condition”

(John Springer: press agent, Hollywood publicist.)

We don’t think Weegee made this photo…

Provenance: “a record of ownership of a work of art or an antique, used as a guide to authenticity or quality.”



Selfie, July 1941 (sold for $461.78)
Great photo…


Church, ca. 1944 (sold for $100)
Beautiful photo and like the listing said, rare…


Clare Boothe Luce in New Jersey, 1944, 4×5 negative (sold for $9.99)
Good portrait… one of about a dozen photos of CBL in NJ…


PM, June 17, 1941 (pages 1, 4, 8, 10, 11, 15, 19)

Nazi’s in New York, spying on New York harbor, “What the Mayor Did Yesterday,” “No Witch-Hunting…”… (photos by Morris Gordon, John DeBiase. Ray Platnick, etc…)