Consign Your Best Items with Lelands. We Also Pay Cash on the Spot! Learn More Here.

1935 Babe Ruth Federal Income Tax Return - His Final Year As A Player

1935 Babe Ruth Federal Income Tax Return - His Final Year As A Player

For year he moved to the Boston Braves and had his swan song, for which he was only paid $7, 445.56. But, he was paid $12, 911.91 for various barnstorming and exhibition games. This included the 1934 tour of Japan where he created a love of the game that continues to this day. This was the height of his Quaker Oats radio program and premiums, and he was paid $18,750. He, of course, deducted the baseballs and photographs he signed. Beautiful document, is oversized (9.5x 16"). Minor separating at fold. Otherwise excellent. Unsigned copy written in the hand of right-hand man Joe Bihler.From the estate of Joe Bihler, the right hand man of Babe Ruth's agent Christy Walsh and in turn Ruth himself.

Past Sports Card, Memorabilia, Non-Sports Card and Collecitble Auction Items

Other past auction items that may be of interest to you.

1942 Babe Ruth Bank Check Made Out To The New York Yankees (PSA)
1939 New York World's Fair Academy of Sport Photos from Babe Ruth's Right Hand Man (12)
Fascinating 1921-38 Document "How Babe Ruth Made His Money"
1930s-40s Letters to Babe Ruth w/His Premature Death (11)
1920s Football Humidor & Letter Presented to Babe Ruth's Right Hand Man
1942 Christy Walsh "Pride of the Yankees" Letters (30+)
1930s-40s Babe Ruth Stationery & Envelopes
Important 1930s Letters TO Babe Ruth from his Right Hand Man (11)