Awesome vintage Christmas card is a pop up. The three carolers are singing "Should auld aquaintance be forgot?" Open the card and the carolers pops out with "Definately Not!! Merry Christmas Happy New Year". Measures 5 x 6. Made by Holiday Humor. Including the original envelope, but it will have to be steamed open and has a corner stain. Unused card with no writing or rips, but there is a corner stain on the card also .
Featured picture of Freddie Martin, cover artist Newbold. Lyrics by Joe Young and Fred E. Ahlert. Cover in real good condition other than a handwritten name in light pencil.
Sheet music from 1924. Words by Walter Donaldson. Cover art by Perret. Very nice condition!
Early version of this music selection by Walter G. Samuels,Leonard Whitcup, and Teddy Powell. Featured cover photo of the maestro Ben Bernie. Very good condition, but there is a handwritten name on the front.
Sheet music from 1931. Cover by Wahhnan. Jazz sillouettes surround a picture of Paul Whiteman in center of cover. Signed Sincerely, Paul Whiteman.Music by Mattt Malneck and Fud Livingston. Words by Gus Kahn. Very good condition.
Very good condition on this 1918 selection by Ed Rose and Abe Olman. Cover illustrated by de Takacs. Pencil written signature of original owner on cover.
Very good condition on this music selection Cover art by de Takacs.
Music selection by Anthony Turner and J. Fred Coots. Great condition. 1935.Features a cover photo of Leo Zollo.
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Made in 1989, The Metropolitan Museum of art has the boxed set of Pierre Bonnard 1867-1947 artist' note cards with envelopes. This French impressionest's art work features Animals on each 4x5 folded card. Cards are blank inside. Originally a box of 24 with envelopes, now are only 15 cards with envelopes. Animals are Cat, swan, goat, cow,& a dog. These would be nice framed also.
Sheet music from 1928. Sung by Miss Lupe Velez, featured in the Paramount picture, "The Wolf Song". YO TE AMO means I love you,by Richard Whiting & Alfred Bryan. Has a picture of Lupe Velez on the cover. Fair condition, spine has been taped, and a few small tears on front, no staining or missing pieces.
Sheet music from 1947 titled Gypsy by Billy Reid. Great condition. See photo
Sheet music dated 1929, This selection of "Absence makes the heart grow fonder (for somebody else)" is by Lewis and Young and music by Harry Warren.Cover by Pud. Spine has be taped but in pretty good shape. See photo.
Cover artist Merman, featured photo of Marvin Fredric. Words and music by Will Groz & Jimmy Kennedy. Cover in great condition other than a handwriten name on the cover.
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.
Music selection from 1941. Cover features a photo of the Gordon Trio. Music and lyrics by Louise Massey and Lee Penny. Cover in very nice condition other than a name written in pencil on the cover. (see photo)
Great old cover from 1924.Ted Lewis' latest success. Words by Benny Davis, and music by Ted Lewis and Frank Ross. Very good condition. Small handwritten name in pencil. Large cover photo of who I believe is Ted Lewis.
While others are building castles in the air, I'll build a cottage for two. By Jack Mahoney and Fred Fisher. Cover art signed by De Takacs. Good condition.
1930 By Tot Seymour and J. Fred Coots. Inset featured photo of Charles Dameron. good condition.