Navy oriented cover art with a blond sailor and his girl. anchor frame. Music by J. Pfeil and words by Mitchelll Parish, Bell Leib. Very good condition.
Very good condition on this music from WWI era 1943. Cover is simple, a pair of worn combat boots sits alone on the page.
The condition of this 1922 music is simply amazing as to the great condition. Nice bright colors, crisp paper! Words and music by George K. Hamilton. A very patriotic cover.
Nice war era sheet music with a plane on the cover from 1943. Feature photo of Kay Kyser. Cover by Sorokin. Very good condition.
This music was respectfully dedicated To General Pershing. Nicely illustrated WWII era picture on cover. By M.L.Lake. Very good condition.
Music in average to good condition,with a little wear on edges and corners. WWII music with illustration of a bugler and planes flying in background. music and lyrics by Don Reid and Sammy Kaye. Pages are loose from each other. Would be good framed also.
Special edition as approved and authorized by the United States Marine Corps. 1932, From the movie"To the shores of Tripoli" starring John Payne,Maureen O'Hara,& Randolph Scott. patriotic red white and blue cover with photo of the three stars. Very nice condition. A small handwritten signature on cover.
The name says it all! Red white and blue cover, stars and stripes. By Ira Schuster,paul Cunningham, and Leonard Whitcup. Good condition.
A military March and two step by Abe Hilzmann.Wonderful cover art by Starmer. WWI war cover picture of lady Liberty draped in the stars and stripes, holding the Declaration of Independence, and Americas proud Eagle mascot by her side. A great cover to frame. All music is complete also. Edges a little rough on the inside page edges. Over all I would say very good condition.
Great WWI music selection by Irving Berlin. Uncle Sam on the cover leading the song and band. Inset photo of Weston and Fields. Cover art by Pfeiffer. Good condition with a couple of small tears, rough edges, and 1 tiny missing upper right corner.(see picture)Could be trimmed. Nice vivid colors.Would be beautiful framed.
Pretty good condition on this old 1911 WWI music selection. Illustration shows the ship, Alabama. Musical and navy, sailor graphics on border. No staining to cover, a few small tears. All pages intact, and playable. Music pages are a little rougher. But cover is nice.
Pretty cover art on this selection dated 1913. Music is all there but all sheets are seperated and back cover is badly stained with pink. Edges are rough, graphics are nice though and would still frame up lovely. Music is completely useabe and readable. Just not in the best of condition. Done by Crews Studios.
Nice cover art on this selection from 1912. Persian dancers in a garden. This is from the Vaudeville great musical comedy "A Persian Garden". By Edgar Allan Woolf and Anatol Friedland. Average condition with edges a little rough. All pages are here but would also be pretty framed.
Music dated 1913. Not in real good condition. All pages are here for musical purposes, but they are seperated. Some corners bent and edges are rough. Photo of Carl McCullough. Priced accordingly.
...I'll be waiting at the church for you. Average condition on this pretty cover of the 1915 music selection. A bride with the church in the background. Orange blossoms frame the art. soft edges, pages seperated, but all there. words by Jeff Branen and music by Arthur Lange. Would be nice framed also.
Words by Grant Clarke and music by Jean Schwartz. 1912. Gibson girls on the cover by artist Pfeiffer. Small inset photo of Mario & Trevette. Good condition with minor edge wear,small tear and a chip.
This music selection is from 1911. Cover artist De Takacs. Good condition with a couple tingy tears and a small handwritten signature. Inset photo of singer Frank Coombs.
Unfortunately this music is not in great condition. It has been folded in half, pages are worn and seperated from each other, but are all there. Priced accordingly. Dated 1917.