From the movie production, Here comes the band with Ted Lewis and his Orchestra (cover photo). Also inset photo of stars Virginia Bruce and Harry Stockwell. Music by Ted Fiorito, Harry MacPherson, and Albert Von Tilzer. Very good condition, a small handwritten name at the top.
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.
From the 1946 Rogers and Hammerstein production Annie get your gun. Starring Ethel Merman. Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin. Very good condition.
Great all over condition of this 1922 music selection. Autographed Photo of Henry Bussee on the deco art cover by SK.
From the 1952 movie "The road to Morrocco" starring Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour, and Bing Crosby. Cover photo of the famous trio.Music by Jimmy Van Heusen, and lyrics by Johnny Burke. Excellent condition.
Music ,1953. A piano solo by Violet Reiser.The Boston music company, Boston Mass. A nice cover on this selection with an indian, which I believe is an Iroquois, arms stretched upward, with a thunderbird background. Lovely indian illustration. Very nice condition.
Another selection from the 1945 movie State Fair. Starring Jeanne Crain,Dana Andrews,Dick Haymes,and Vivian Blaine. Cover photos of Jeanne Crain, Dick Haymes and Vivian Blaine. A Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein II piece. Very nice condition.
This famous song selection is from the army recruiting services, and depicts the picture "Over hill-over dale for its cover picture. Words and music by Edmund L. Gruber. This famous song was writen by an officer of the U.S.Army and was dedicated to the field artillery and is recognized as one of the most famous army marches of all times. Good condition other than a light watermark at the top and a little foxing at the edge.WWI
From the W.C.Fields movie in 1936 "Poppy". Has his caricature on the bottom and a picture of Rochelle Hudson and Richard Cromwell. Great condition, light pencil name on the front.
Cute little Bumpkin figurine made by Cast Art and distributed by Hallmark. Dated 1996. The "Anxious Groom # 01011 is in his original packaging and box. He is made of a nice bisque porcelain and measures 3 3/4" tall.
Sheet music from 1936. Is it true what they say about Dixie by Irving Caesar, Sammy Lerner, & Gerald Marks. This is a great black americana collectible also. The cover art is by hhk(??) Looks like Al Jolson. Terriffic condition, a small bend on lower right corner.
Sheet music from the movie Wake up and live, 1937. By Mack Gordon, & Harry Revel. Photo on cover of Walter Winchell, Ben Bernie, & Alice Faye. Very Nice condition. See photo.
This is a cute pottery eskimo figurine about 5 1/2" tall. Made with a color swirl of clay colors. Made in Alaska. Very good condition. Email me if you would like to see a photo of the bottom stamp.
Sheet music from the 1945 movie The Dolly sisters, starring Betty Grable, John Payne & June Haver.I can't begin to tell you lyrics by Mack Gordon and music by James V. Monaco. This is in FANTASTIC condition. Photos of stars on the cover also.
This is a double 33 Lp record set with two books of the opera. It is contained in a nice 3/4" case/sleeve. It appears to have never been played or the books ever looked at. Pristine condition.
This is a great 3 record Lp set. Ponchielli LA GIOCONDA Bartoletti. An opera. Comes with the 3 lps and a book on the opera. Records are in mint condition. Some rubbing wear on the cover.Digital recording.
This is a 5 record Lp set. Cocktail Piano- Music in an intimate mood. Music performed by various classical artists. Distributed by Readers Digest 1970. Nice sleeve within sleeve and records again in their own sleeves also. Records are in never played condition. Great collection.
Great 4 album collection in nice 1/2" sleeve/box with book included. Pristine condition. Looks as if records have never been out of the sleeves or played. Digitalized sound. Wonderful classical music collection featuring Alfred Brendel of the Chicago symphony orchestra and James Levine.