This is a delightful antique Buzza Motto framed print poem titled, "My Sweetheart" and written by famous poet, Lawrence Hawthorne. The picture is bright and vivid with a Queen, and little naked kewpie type children dancing and strewing rose petals. All of this scene takes place in a magical Deco garden scene.Lots of gold highligts in the print. The sentiment is very sweet. Below the poem is reads, "A Buzza Motto c.1927". Beside that it reads, "From the writings of Lawrence Hawthorne"...
This is either slag glass or the akro agate. A very unusual muted lime green with chocolate veins. Very heavy, and measures 5 7/8" square. The glass is 1" deep. Has a well for the ashtray and two cigarette rests, and a cast iron holder for box matches attatched with a screw. This is a great smoking collectible. No chips or cracks!! Some paint flaking on the cast match holder.email for more photos.
Pretty romantic deco cover by artist Barbelle. Words by Jack Yellen and music by M.K.Jerome. Inset photo of Jean Granese. Cover in very good condition. All music intact, small handwritten signature on front. Great to be framed also, for that deco accessory to your home.
Cute parisian style art cover by DeTakacs. Great condition other than a very small signature on the cover.
Wonderful deco cover of the Peerless Duncan Sisters 1929. cover i great condition, no damages. Music by Frank Crumit and Lou Klein.
Wonderful full cover photo of the Three Dennis Sisters. Music and lyric by Ed. Cameron and Buddy Fields. All intact. Good condition with the exception of 2 tears on the spine that would not be noticeable if framed.Great crisp color.
Great piece of music from 1922. Successfully introduced by Ted Lewis (inset photo) feature of the Greenwich Village Follies. Great deco art by Wohlman. Words by Lew Brown and music by Ray Henderson. Wonderful condition!!
This is a nice deco style pin with a Erte fashion flair. The lady appears to have wings, and they are studed with clear rhinestones and so is her body silhouette. She holds a (faux) pearl above her head. She is gold tone in color and is in like new condition. No damaes and pinback works well. It measures 2" long and is marked on the back, PS Co. 1999.
Pretty Deco art cover by Frederick S. Manning. Lyrics by Gus Kahn and music by Ted Fiorito.Inset photo of Monte Austin. Very nice condition, no writing. Spine is just starting to seperate at the bottom about 1 inch up.
Wonderful deco cover on this sheet music. Beautiful deco woman in a heart with fretwork and cupids. Lyrics by Benton Ley, and music by Lee David. Would make a great framed sentiment. Wonderful condition. There is an old price in pencil on the front which could be erased.
Nice 1931 deco cover art by Barbelle. Lyrics by Tot Seymour and music by Max Rich. Excellent, crisp condition.
Sweet deco art cover of a little girl sitting in a hammock. Beautiful artistry on this cover. Would be great as framed art. Very nice condition, with the exception of signature of the original owner. (not very noticeable though). Music by Abner Silver and Saul Bernie. Words by Harold Christy.
Fantastic condition on this great deco art cover with the girl in the heart. Words and music by AL Goodhart, Ed Nelson, and Al Hoffman.
Ptetty cover on this old 1924 music selection by Raymond DeWitt. Cover by Herse(?). Artist rendition of a couple in a canoe at sunset. Very good condition. only an old penciled price on the moon. Would be great framed!!
A pretty simplistic deco cover. Very good condition, but spine is starting to seperate. Music by Edgar Leslie and music by Horatio Nicholls.
Music selection from 1925. Pretty romantic deco cover art.Music by F. Asmus Jr. and words by Phil Shapiro. Very nice condition. Only a small pencil price written on the moon area.
Beautiful old cover on this sheet music from 1919. Cover of Miss Marion Davies. Music by A.Robert King, and lyric by Ballard MacDonald. Very god condition for its age. No rips, and a little wear. This would be gorgeous framed!
This is such a pretty deco art cover by JVR.1924. Very good condition. Would be a great framed sentiment. Words by Benny Davis and music by Joe Burke. Complete.