Wednesday, December 22, 2004
Following up on yesterday's post with suggestions for last-minute gifts for that special tax person in your life: here are more tax-related gifts available on ebay:
Tax Deductible Toilet Paper: A Roll of Tax Deductible Toilet Paper. A Must for the Anti-IRS Person. 10-4 Good Buddy Tax Return 1984. The Box measures 5" x 5" 4"
IRS Wrestler Action Figure: IRS a.k.a. Irwin R. Schyster is an official World Wide Wrestling Federation action figure. His ambition: "To tax my way to the top." Favorite quote: "I'm gonna write you off!"
April 15th Blues The Musical: Brand new for CPA's, Accountants, Tax Preparers or just any U.S. taxpayer who wants to laugh, cry and sing! A light one-act devoted to the turmoil of tax time. Sample songs: "Under the Table Tango," in which Elaine Valby (as Jane Q. Public) sings an aria of itemization. Later, on "A Tax Accountant Isn't So Romantic," Jane reflects on what she'll do without her accountant ex-boyfriend. April 15th Blues is light, yet delightful, comedy fare.
Caution: IRS Agent with an Attitude Sign: A brand new sign! Made of thick (.040 inch) aluminum and tough cast vinyl. This sign is 12 in. wide and 12 in. tall. Made to last for years outdoors also makes a great display indoors. Comes with 2 holes pre-punched for easy installation, corners are rounded.
Postcard of Treasury Department Circa 1915: White boarder postcard, circa 1915-1930. This beautiful old Era postcard is in very good to excellent condition. Typical edge, corner and handling wear for a card this age.
Stick the IRS! Board Game: Sticking the IRS does not require pins or needles or knowledge of the Internal Revenus Code. It takes 2-6 adult "Taxpayers" who are willing to take a chance with a "Tax Shelter" that may give financial security or may backfire. After four tours around the Board, the Taxplayer who has the most after-tax cash wins the game and has sucessfully been able to Stick The IRS.
IRS Opium Narcotics Seller Tax Stamp: A Fascinating Piece of Rare 1950's Tax Memorabilia: A 1952 IRS Opium Dealer & Seller Tax Stamp Issued to Karl S. Johnson of Lynn, Indiana (most likely a druggist). Dated: June 5, 1951. Allows for the distribution of Opium, Coca Leaves, and other powerful narcotics.
Uncashed IRS Refund Check from 1924: Today we are listing a neat old IRS collectible item. We have an August 25 1924 issued envelope, letter and refund check from the Treasury Department/Office of the Collector Internal Revenue, Buffalo, NY for 1 cent!
IRS Criminal Investigation Pin: Department of Treasury's Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation Pin. This attractive pin measures 1.25 inches across with butterfly clutch back.
IRS Special Agent Mini-Badge: A IRS Special Agent mini-badge bearing the same design as the law enforcement badges worn by Criminal Investigation Agents of the Internal Revenue Service, Department of the Treasury.
Official U.S. Taxpayer Patch: Each embroidered patch measures about 3 inches, is brand new with bright colors, and very detailed. They have a heat seal backing making them easy to apply with a hot iron or heat press. You can also sew them on.