Neat cover portrays apple pickingtime in the country. Words by Joe McCarthy and music by Percy Wenrich. Inset photo of William Gaxton. Artistry by Rose Symbol. Very good condition with only a small handwitten signature of the owner of many years ago. Would be nice framed in the kitchen.
Al Jolson's Winter Garden Hit, You made me love you, I didn't want to do it. Cover artist Rose Symbol. Words by Joe McCarthy and music by James V. Monaco. Very good condition other than the small hand written signature,
Rare Casey Jones sheet music. Not in perfect condition as it would be considerably more. Words by Lawrence Seibert, and music by Eddie Newton. Great train cover art. rough on edges and a piece missing on the lower left corner. Would be great framed.
Beautiful crisp coloring on this vintage selection by Arthur E.Bucknam and Jacob Henry Ellis. Cover artist Pheiffer. Very nice condition other than a very small peel on the spine (not noticeable when folded back) and a hand written signature. Would be lovely framed!
From the film, Tess of the Storm Country. Cover features Mary Pickford "The darling of them all", with two of her co-stars. Words by Chas Patrick and music by Bob Allan. Good condition, but there is a small hand written signature on the curtain area.
Large cover photo of Blanche Ring. Title I've got rings on my fingers or Mumbo Jumbo Jijjiboo J O'Shay. Words by Weston & Barnes, and music by Maurice Scott. Song was introduced in Yankee Girl. Pretty good condition. There is a pencil signature on her neck area,
Wonderful artistry by Gene Buck on the cover of this music. Unfortunately it is not in good condition.All the music is there and playable but there is a large corner ripped away and the spine has tatters.
Cover photo of Emma Carus and small corner inset photo of Larry Comer.Selection, What do you want to make those eyes at me for (when they don't mean what they say!). Words and music by Joe E. McCarthy, Howard Johnson, and Jimmie Monaco. Good condition, acouple of very small tears.
This old music has a cover photo of Miss Pearl White. She was the star of the famous serial photoplay, The Perils of Pauline. Words by Chas. McCarron and music by Raymond Walker.Music in good condition. Pages are starting to seperate. Cover art by Floyd NV.
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C handled brown and yellow Fire King Kimberly mugs. Circa 1970.