WoW!! This is the song introduced by Fanny Brice in the new Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic atop of the New Amsterdam Theatre in New York in 1920. Cover photo of her too. Lyric by Ballard MacDonald and music by James F. Hanley. Crisp pristine condition. There is a small neat handwritten signature on the cover.
This Irving Berlin selection was featured in the Music Box Revue.Pretty cover picture of a girl on a music box. Cover art by RS. Great condition.
Very nice condition on this old sheet music from 1918. Words by Alfred Bryan and music by Fred Fisher.
Neat deco art cover from 1924. Has an inset photo featuring Harwicks Ramblers.Words by Walter Hirsch, and music by Abe Olman. Good condition.
This was a big comedy song from 1923. Revised by Theodore Morse, Words and music by Billy James. Deco cover art by JK. very nice condition.
Operatic edition of this selection. By Nat. Vincent, Billy Hueston, and Billy Frisch. Cover photo of Paul Specht and his Orchestra. Cover by Starmer, Very nice condition.
Music dated 1929. Feature photo of George Olsen. Lyric by Gus Kahn and music by Joe Sanders. This is in pristine, like new condition!
Nice deco art cover from this 1929 music selection by Benny Davis and Fred Coots. Very fine condition.
Great cover photo on this music of Dorothy Lamour from the picture "Her Jungle Love" Inset photo also of her and Ray Milland. Words by Ralph Freed and music by Frederick Hollander. Very good condition. Tiniest corner bends, and a small handwritten signature. Page seperated about 2".
1928 deco cover by artist Leff, has a picture of Gary Cooper and Nancy Carroll. From the movie "The shopworn Angel" Music & lyrics by Lou Davis and J. Fred Coots. very good condition. One tiny peel back on edge that is not noticeable.
All five photos of stars appearing in the movie Love and Hisses on the cover of this Sweet Someone, sheet music.Walter Winchell,Ben Bernie,Simone Simon, Bert Lahr, and Joan Davis. Good condition other than handwrittem name and date. No tears.
From the famous movie Gullivers travels. Words and music by Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger. Very good condition other than a name on the front.