Neat deco art cover of a girl peeping through a window. Words by Lew Brown and Bobby Heath, music by Rubey Cowan. Great condition!
Nice condition on this music selection. Has an inset feature photo of Doris Rhodes, along with a southwestern romance illustration. By Jimmy Kennedy and Michael Carr.
Great condition on this music selection from 1941, titled Delilian. All pages intact.
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.
WWII music from 1942, a song featured by Bob Crosby. Photo on front of Louis Everett (?) cant make out signature. Very goood condition.
Original campaign button for the 1964 electio, Measures 1" in diameter, and says Goldwater in '64. Not perfect, some blemishes.
4-H pin back button celebrating our United States bicentennial in 1976. Red ,white, and blue. 4-H clover is a flag pattern. Very good condition. Measures 1 3/4".
Very good condition on this music selection Cover art by de Takacs.
This music originally copyrighted in 1931 was reissued in this 1942 piece featuring the Andrews Sisters on the cover. Words by John Klenner and music by Al Hoffman. Very good condition.
Music from 1945 WWII era. Feature photo of Kay Armen, surrounded by caracatures of men from alll branches of the military.Cover art by Barbelle.I'M Gonna love that Guy (like he's never been loved before) Words and music by Kay Ash. Good condition
Very cute and funny lyrics on this 1931 song by Benny Samberg. Very nice condition!
Nice average condition on this sheet music selection from 1933, Cover art by Wohlman. Large feature photo of Joe Morrison.
A sentimental fox trot ballad by Gus Kahn, Ray Egan, and Walter Donaldson. Cover art illustration by JVR. Very nice condition. Small hadwrittten name by original owner.
Good average condition,spine starting to seperate. Great cover photo of Harry Fox. words by Tommy Malie, and Dick Finch. Music by Jack Little.
Cover art of an eastern girl in a dancers costume.Pyramids in the background. Very good condition other than a few spots at the bottom where there is color mussing from tape or ??, very small, see photo.
Average condition on this old 1919 era sheet music Take Your Girlie to the movies (if you can't make love at home). BY Edgar Leslie & Bert Kramer, and music by Pete Wendling.Cover art by Barbelle.
Very nice copy of this 1944 music from Hollywood Canteen. Various stars pictured on the cover. Music by M.K. Jerome and lyrics by Ted Koehler.
Large feature photo of Wayne Raney. Music by Wayne Raney and Lonnie Glosson. Good average condition. classic hillbilly or country music selection. Picture of Grandpa Jones and Cowboy Copas on the back side.