Wonderful deco cover of the Peerless Duncan Sisters 1929. cover i great condition, no damages. Music by Frank Crumit and Lou Klein.
old deco style art by R.S. Good condition, but someone has glued the title LAUGH THAT OFF under the Music title. At first I thought it was the original print. All music is intact and playable. Ukelele arrangement.
A pretty simplistic deco cover. Very good condition, but spine is starting to seperate. Music by Edgar Leslie and music by Horatio Nicholls.
Cover artist Stocker on this 1925 music selection. Great cover art with an inset photo of the Wilton Sisters. Words by Mort Dixon and music by Ray Henderson. Beautiful condition except pages are seperated.
A great selection of oversized sheet music with a nice artistic deco art cover by Frank R. Bill. Wonderful Condition!! one very small signature at the top edge. This is perfectly useable music but would be so lovely framed.
A great deco art cover on this sheet music by Ransley Studios, Chicago. Music by Haven Gillespie and Larry Shay. Cover depicts a head view of a young girl of the deco era. 1928. Great coloring but slight fading t the spine and corner. All music intact and playable but would be a wonderful piece to frame.
Cover artist Frederick Manning. By Al Bernard and Russel Robinson. Very nice 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.
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 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"...
Sheet music from 1927. Bye-Bye Pretty Baby by Jack Gardner & Spike Hamilton. Cover illustrated by Leff and a photo of Esther Hamilton. Spine has been taped. Average wear condition. See photo.
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.