A beautiful old piece of oversized sheet music with two girls in a garden. Cover art by Starmer. Would be great framed. Dated 1912. Pretty nice condition. Normal wear, faint pencil signature. All music is here and ready to enjoy.
A great old vintage cover by Bescardi with a train and a photo of Sherman & McNaughton. Here comes my Train, Ding Ding, Toot Toot,Farewell,So long I'm Going back to Carolina. Words and music by Billy Downs and Ernie Erdman. Great shape for the age and all music is complete and ready to play.
Wow!! 100 years old!! This oversized sheet music is complete and ready to play. For 1 or 2 mandolins with guitar or piano accompaniment. Pages are starting to seperate and there are a few tears, not too bad for the age I suppose.
Very old sheet music from 1909. Cover art by Starmer and photo inset of Ruby Bridge. Words by Clarice Manning, music by Olive Chapman and Al. Stevenson. Poor condition but all pages are there, and playable. Would be pretty framed as a nice sentiment.
This old oversized sheet music is from 1907. Titled laughing frogs and is by R. Neufeld. A great cover for the person who loves frogs and may want to frame it. This is a complete sheet music, so is playable. Pages are seperated and there are a few tears. None of these will be noticeable if framed.
Large oversized sheet music from 1909. The classic, I want a girl, just like the girl, that married dear old Dad. All music is there but pages are loose and there is wear on the edges. Words by Will Dillon and music by Harry Von Tilzer. Would be nice to frame too!
Old music selection from 1915 titled, There's a little lane without a turning on my way to Home sweet home. Words by Sam M. Lewis and music by Geo. W. Meyer. Nice condition, gently worn, and one tear. Cover artist De Takacs.
The quality is poor on this old sheet music and the pages are loos> Music dates from the late 1800's but the music is all here. From songs with obbligato, secular first series, this is dated MDCCCXC. Music by A.H. Rosewig.
This old piece of music looks to be dated 1909. Cover artist is Starmer.The cover depicts people dressed as elves, or pixies. Some would call them brownies. They are all wearing big sacks and dancing.Music is all intact. Some corner bends and a couple of small tears.