During the mid-1930s, the Detroit Tigers fielded one of the most potent infields in the history of the American League, known to many as the Battalion of Death. A key member of that team was a hawk-nosed, sure-handed, scrappy shortstop named Billy Rogell, who later continued his hardnosed character as a city councilman for Detroit for nearly 40 years.
Obviously if Bill played in the 1930's one can assume this baseball glove came from that period. A different layout of this wallet due to the fact that the glove was in pieces when I rescued it from the trash. It is a horizontal design with the spine another piece of glove leather. The stamping on the front of the wallet is in silver, is large, and very clear. The pictures do not do this wallet justice. The leather is 90 plus years old and will last in your backpocket for as long as your own it. The inside has six top load horizontal card pockets and a a full length cash bill slot. This wallet has a thin profile as well. It measures 3.25" by 5"