This is a complete calendar for 1948 featuring the Dionne Quintuplets. Titled "First dates" Each of the girls, Marie, Yvonne, Annette,Emilie, & Cecile, wear a different color dress. Over all measurement of the calendar is 5 5/8" by 11 1/16". Very nice condition, with no rips or stains.All calendar leaves intact. It even has the original hang cord. A great collectible! Email for another 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.
Sheet music from 1956, "The Wayward Wind" by Herb Newman & Stan Lebowsky. Cover has a signed photo of the recording artist Gogi Grant. Very nice condition. See photo
Sheet music dated 1948, titled Rambling Rose by Joseph McCarthy Jr. and Joe Burke. Cover photo is George Paxton. Very good condition, see photo.
Sheet music, 1953,"Say you're mine again" as recorded by Perry Como His photo featured on the cover. Music by Charles Nathan and Dave Heisler. Good condition. See photo.
Sheet music from 1945 recorded by Kay Kyser and his orchestra. Photo on the cover. Selection, "Managua Nicaragua" by Albert Gamse and Irving Fields. Good Condition, see photo.
Sheet music from 1951 in excellent condition! Music titled These things I offer you (for a lifetime), by Morty Nevins,Bennie Benjamin,and George Weiss. Cover by Nick. See photo.
Sheet music from 1943, featuring Al Trace on the cover. Selection is Mairzy Doats, by Milton Drake, Al Hoffman,& Jerry Livingston. Pretty good condition, see photo.
Sheet music from 1947 titled Gypsy by Billy Reid. Great condition. See photo
Sheet music from 1927. Selection is "An Old Guitar and an Old Refrain" by Gus Kahn, Ben Black, & Neil Moret. Average used condition. Spine seperated pages, a few creases and wear.Colorful cover, See photo.
Sheet music dated 1927, a fox trot song. Selection of music titled If I can't have you (I want to be lonesome-I want to be blue).By Walter Donaldson. Good condition, spine has been taped and a couple tears on the back. See photo.
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.