Rain check dating
For information on these stubs refer to the Confirmation Chart (compilation of information) located on the Exactly the same as the previous two years the only difference between the 1948, 19 ticket stubs would be the Series Letter (C attributed to 1950).
As with the 1948, and 1949 stubs the 1950 stub features the team president's signature, Daniel R. The printing company credit line "The Brown Ticket Corp." is listed above "New York City." on the back of the ticket stub at the bottom well above the Perforation.
This is used until 1955 when the Sales Tax Line reads "Fed Tax City Tax". The Samples below picture the New York Yankees Grandstand tickets from 1950 to 1959.
I only found three tickets rubber stamped with a date and all 3 were fraudulently dated.
Starting in 1952 the term "Fed Tax" replaces "Tax Paid" in the Sales Tax Line.
The New York Yankees Grandstand ticket stubs go through major changes in design and price from 1950 through 1959.
The Rain Check Logo that appeared towards the top of tickets since the Stadium opened in 1923 is removed and replaced with "Rain Check" in Block lettering highlighted with a Black rectangle and separated by a space below the Game Number.
Topping appears below the perforation off the stub, as pictured below, left.
The ticket price of .25 is increases to .30 in 1955, as a City Tax is first adopted and added to the tax line on the stub.