A great fantasy deco cover by Goldbeck, on this music selection from 1921. All music intact. Good condition except for the spine has seperated and there is a light pencil signature on the cover. Words and music by Willie Raskin and Fred Fisher. This would be great framed too.
From the United Artist picture Ramona, comes this song, RAMONA. It is a wlatz with ukulele & banjo accompanyment. Cover photo of Dolores Del Rio. This Cover was dedicated to her as the star of the photo play, Ramona in 1927.Lyrics by L. Wolfe Gilbert, and music by Mabel Wayne. Good average condition, all music intact, gentle dusty soiling.
An Excellent copy of The Swiss Lullaby with a feature cover photo of the 101 Ranch Boys. Words & music by Vaughn Horton and Harry Kogen. This was published by Southern Music and is an upbeat polka song from 1949.
Rudy Vallee cover photo from the radio picture "The vagabond lover". Words by Clifford Grey and music by Nat D. Ayer. All music intact. A small corner chip off the bottom. A great old selection!
Nice old sheet music selection by Sidney Clare and Lew Pollack. Titled "I'm away from the world when I'm away from you 'cause you're all the world to me. Standard size, dated 1921. Nice condition, all intact and has small minor corner bends.
Here it is... a fabulous collection of music from the roaring twenties assembled in one music book. 64 pages of fox trots and waltzes...
Made by the San Francisco Music box company, Ruth Ninneman. This resin musical sentiment states on the front "Of all the many things I've lost, I miss my mind the most". A scarecrow looking lady stands with a dazed look among birds and bird houses. The tune, (very fitting for this sentiment) plays "If I only had a brain. Measures 6 1/4" tall and is in perfect condition. Key wound from the bottom.
This cute little ceramic figurine is probably made in Japan. Made to look like one of the Hummel figurals. A little girl with a staff, and her kitty cat in her sack. Musical, key wound, and plays "Tomorrow". Lever on the back to turn it on or off. Great condition. Two holes in the bottom of the four feet. I think they are just pour holes for the ceramic. Measures 5 3/4" tall.
This music selection dates 1924. Words and music by Guy Massey. A ballad with Violin Obligato. Good condition other than a dark smudge at the top (see photo).
Delightful little song publication by Walter Rolfe.1950. A first grade or young grammer school arrangement. Excellent condition.
Music selection from 1949. Cover artistry by Barbelle. Cover has photo of Jimmy Dorsey. Good condition, all music intact. small handwritten signature on cover. Some edges a little soft (worn).
Nice old military sheet music by Lawrence Mansfield Matt. National Guard New York. Photo of a highly decorated officer on the cover with the name "Hall". This was a dedication to the 22nd regiment. Cover artist Starmer. Pages seperated, and one small tear at the top, but basically in very good condition.No stains, writing or discoloration. (Corner darkness is a shadow ) Over sized, and would be great framed for someone who collected military items.
From the broaday musical, Kismet, starring Alfred Drake. This song selection titled "Stranger in Paradise". Words and music by Robert Wright and George Forrest.Average condition, with upper corner folds. All intact and playable.
Robbins Royal Edition of Star of the Sea by Amanda Kennedy. 1942. Good condition, with a few very small discoloration spots on the cover.
Music from 1938. Thw words were inspired by a poem by J.B. (?) words and music for this selection by Hoagy Charmichael. Cover and music good. there are a couple of ink marks on the cover however.
Childrens edition of the selection, Easter Parade by Irving Berlin. This is a simplified piano solo. Great condition. A very small hand written signature at the bottom.
A fox trot selection from 1922. Words and music by Zez Confrey, Contrasting black and yellow deco art cover by SK. Very nice condition.
This music was originally from 1990 by this particular publication from Leo Feist Inc is dated 1918. Words by George Cooper, and music by Amanda Kennedy. Wonderful condition! Small handwritten signature in the upper right corner.