Lucille Ball, the Queen of Comedy, is best known for her movies and TV show, I Love Lucy. Since her death, the value of personal items as well as memorabilia has skyrocketed. Here, we have an incredibly rare check register of Lucille Ball’s. It is a blue paperback book with a sticker on the front cover that says, “Lucille Ball Arnaz Checks #9100 to 9400”. This book is over 50 years old, so there is wear to the cover, spine, and where the pages meet the binding. However, it is in great condition and has been well preserved. Inside are the records of checks that Lucille Ball made out to various people between August 1958 to July 1959. Famous entries include • November 17, 1958 to the Screen Actors Guild • November 25, 1958 to the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists • December 17, 1958 to Fair Lady for a 1 year membership including massages • January 13, 1959 and February 10, 1959 to City National Bank as an escrow payment for a property on 11948 Gorham Ave. • January 30, 1959 to Pickwick Book Shop (A famous Book store in Hollywood that shut down in 1995). • February 25, 1959 to Indian Wells Country Club that was partially owned by Dezi Arnaz. • April 30, 1959 is a corresponding register to a check that was for sale on the internet previously. The face that someone has a corresponding check to our book points to the book’s authenticity. The largest entry in the book lists her balance as $973,339.88, which equals $7,869,007.39 in today’s economy.
- “Lucille Ball Arnaz Checks #9100 to 9400”.
- incredibly rare check register of Lucille Ball
- • February 25, 1959 to Indian Wells Country Club that was partially owned by Dezi Arnaz
- This book is over 50 years old
- records of checks that Lucille Ball made out to various people between August 1958 to July 1959