Nice large sheet music selection dating 1914. Waltz music by Frank W. McKee. Great condition with the exception of bent corners.
Extremely old finely crochet beaded purse. Beds are crocheted right into the purse for a very distint pattern. Very good condition. No beads missing or damages.Purse is 8 1/2" long plus the drawstring handle.It is not lined and never was. Only flaw I can see would be at the edges. It is stiff as if there has been something spilled on it, however the stiffness and brown coloring is even(??) Nice addition for your vintage handbag collection.
Old vintage stickpin or most probably a hatpin. The one rhinstone decorated end screws on to the pin at the other end.. Prong set clear and smoky stones, none missing.
Good average condition,spine starting to seperate. Great cover photo of Harry Fox. words by Tommy Malie, and Dick Finch. Music by Jack Little.
Very nice condition for this sheet music with cover feature photo of Jerry Johnson. Deco art cover by Im-Ho.
Nice condition on this Frank Crumit selection of sheet music from 1928. Feature photo of him in his raccoon coat and hat.He was an exclusive Victoe recording artist. Cover artist Barbelle.
From the 1923 movie with the same name. Music by Paul VanDyke. This music told in yodels. Cover artist Cavon. Good condition, no staining or yellowing. There is a tear on the edge, wouln't be noticeable if framed.
Nice deco cover featuring the three Dennis sisters, billed as THE MISSES DENNIS on this cover. Ruth,Ann, and Cherie. Words and music by Ted Koehler, Frank Magine, and C. Naset. Nice average condition , spine is just starting to seperate.
Good average condition on this old deco cover art sheet music. But, all pages are loose. By Clyde Hager and Walter Goodwin. Also has a feature photo of Hager and Goodwin.
Beautiful cover on this 1919 sheet music of a mother and her baby. Music by H. C. Weasner. Fantastic condition. Would be great in a vintage nursery framed!
Very old cameo pin. Reverse cut cameo design in glass. Cameo is reverse painted in gold. Set in an old bronze type setting(possibly brass) with fancy old tooled pattern. Large size measures 2 1/2" long by 2" wide. Strong pin back with safety closure. A grand piece of old vintage costume jewelry. My guess is that it is probably around 100 years old.
Cute vintage handbag most likely hails from the 50s or 60s. Measures about 5 1/2" by 8 1/2" square not including the handles.A creamy beige color, with plastic beads and disks crocheted over the entirety of the bag. Excellent condition. Has a small zippered compartment inside also. PERFECT CONDITION!!
Pretty octagon shaped bowl measures 7 1/4" at the widest point/ Heavily gold encrusted florals and scrolling. A relief or moriage style. Alternating panels of green and beige with dainty florals,accented with black on the border trims. Perfect condition, gold is in excellent condition also. Bowl has a nice deep center well which is 2" deep. Marked Noritake Made in japan, Hand Painted, red mark with wreath
Old sheet music dated 1928. Cover picture of Guy Lombardo and a deco character drawing of a 20's flapper girl. This selection titled " Who Wouldn't Be Jealous Of You?" by Larry Shay, Haven Gillespe,and George Frommel. Poor condition, spine has been taped, rough on edges and a tear on the back. No pages or paper missing though.
Old sheet music dated 1927. "My Blue Heaven" Deco style art on cover along with picture of Gene Austin. Music & lyrics by Walter Donaldson & George Whiting. Spine has been taped, average use condition for this age music. See photo.
Sheet music dated 1930,from the allstar musical photoplay (or movie)"Swing High" This selection as sung by Fred Scott is written by Mort Harris, Edward Heyman, and Ted Snyder.Cover at is by P O M Griffith. Cover has a picture of girl on a trapeze being seranaded. Average condition for music of this age. See photo.
Old sheet music with a deco cover featuring a picture of Miss Nora Bayes 1927. Selection is "Did you mean it" by Phil Baker, Sid Silvers, and Abe Lyman. Spine has been taped and has creases. Cover art by Leff. Average condition for music of this age. See photo.
Sheet music from 1934. Artwork by Perret. Deco style womans head with fan. Don't let your love go wrong, by George Whiting, Nat Schwartz, and J.C. Johnson. Good condition. Spine has been taped and upper left corner has a hand written name & date. See photo.