from George Jessel's Troubles of 1922. Starring the Courtney sisters and 25 other trouble makers! Photos of the Courtney sisters and Mr. Jessel on the cover. Music by Walter Hirsch George Jessel and Jesse Greer. Very good condition. A small penciled price on the cover is the only flaw. Cover artist Wohlman.
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.
Beautiful Indian cover 1929. Poem by Charles O. Roos and music by J.S. Zamecnik. and Very good condition, but pages are seperated and a couple of very small tears. None of these would be noticeable if framed. Great item!!
A nice full cover photo of famous black recording artist Nat King Cole.Come closer to me (Ac`ercate M`as) Music and spanish lyrics by Osvaldo Farres, and english lyrics by Al Stewart.Initials on cover and inside musical key notes. Music is in very nice condition.
Cover photo of Fess Parker as Davy Crockett.A Walt Disney production 1954. Verses by Tom Blackburn and set to music by George Bruns. Very good condition other than a couple of stains on the Crockett area.
Music from the new Zigfiels follies 1933. Introduced by George Olsen and sung by Joe Morrison. Cover art by Wohlman. Music by Billy Hill. Old west cover with photo insets. This has an NRA member logo on the bottom. Music and cover intact. Very good condition.
This song is the answer song to When I'm gone you'll soon forget. By Ivan Reid, and Peter DeRose. Good condition other than cover seperated from the music.
Pretty deco scenic cover. Cover good, but seprated from music.Once taped. All music accounted for.
Music by Jo Trent and Peter DeRose. Cover art by R.S. Partially seperated spine, had been taped. All pages accounted for. Average condition.
Deco cover, Average condition, all music accounted for. spine seperated and has an old tape mend. A few tears along the edging.Music by Moe Jaffe and Nat Bonx. Inset picture of Billy Arnolds American novelty band.
A fox trot rythmn from 1921. Average condition, all music here. Has been taped where it has seperated at the spine. Wear on the edges.
prety cover by R.S rose logo. Picture inset is of two girls, signed Bowers and Saunders. Music by Kendis & Brockman and Howard Johnson. Has been taped, but not noticeable. A couple of tiny rips along the edges. Would make a wonderful framed art also.
1926 music selection with an average condition cover. A sketch of a bust of a 1920s woman. Cover artist Leff. Music by Abe Frankl, and words by Sidney Holden. Intact, other than a quarter size piece on the edge torn/missing Not noticeable if framing as art.
Cover features photos of stars this song was famous in. Famous in 5 major productions.Feature photos of all 5 stars from each movie. Al Jolson in Big Boy, Eddie Cantor in Kid boots, Willie Howard in Sky High, Jay C. Flippen in June Days, and Jack Rose in Passing Show.Very good condition other than an old yellow tape repair on lower left.
Old version of Silent Night Christmas Medley. 1913. For violin and piano. arrangement by Albert Harvey. Good condition considering age,has been folded down the middle at one time.
Miller piano solo Rag Doll by Nacio Herb Brown. Selection in good condition other than name hand written at the top.
Sheet music featuring cover photo of Blue Barron. Good condition other than the lower left corner damage. (looks like something was stuck to it)and upper right corner crease. Music by Mack David, Dick Stanford, and Sammy Mysels.
Music from 1950, originally published in the 1940s. Cover photo of Nan Wynn, cover artist IM-HO. Music by M.K. Jerome and lyrics by Jack Scholl. Bottom left corner color damage handwritten name in pencil on the top.