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.
This selection from the 1947 movie, Good News. Starring June Allison and Peter Lawford (cover photo). By Roger Edens, Hugh Martin, and Ralph Blane. Very good condition, just a couple of small brown spots on the cover, see photo.
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.
1948 music selection with a cover photo of Vera Massey. Words and music by Eddie Dean, Dearest Dean, and Hal Blair. Excellent condition.
This 1925 music selection was sung by Mistinguett in the big Mistinguett revue at the Moulin Rouge, Paris. Words by Lucien Boyer, and Jacques Charles. American version by Clifford Grey and music by Jose Padilla. Introduced ifor the first time in America by the Messrs.Lee and d.d. Shubert in THe Great Temptations. Condition is a little less than average, with some tears, a signature ans some loose pages. All music accounted for. Would still be fine framed.
1929 music selection by Al Sherman and Al Lewis. Pretty deco illustrated cover by Earl. Very nice condition!
Wonderful cover featuring Lena Horne, with Cab Calloway and his band, & Bill Robinson. From the 1930s Fox production Stormy Weather. Very nice condition with the exception of a pencil written name at the top. Lyric by Andy Razaf and music by Thomas Waller and Harry Brooks.
1930 By Tot Seymour and J. Fred Coots. Inset featured photo of Charles Dameron. good condition.
THis was Rudy Valees over night sensational song hit. Writtten by him and Byron Gay. Cover artist Barbelle. Cover photo of Rudy Vallee and Byron Gay with their autographs.Excellent condition.
Deco illustrated cover art by RS. Words by Joe Young, Sam Lewis, and music by Jack Austin. Very good condition.
This sheet music selection is from 1919. Words and music by Harold Robe. A tear at the bottom and a quarter size chunk out of the spine. Music not affected. Color on the music cover still sharp. Cover depicts a stormy sea scape.
This is not something you see every day! Its called a lazy jenny. It is for winding wool after you spin it into yarn. A great old primitive. Everything is hand carved and its put together with pegs and dowels. Six removeable spokes come out of their sockets for storage. Great condition, its all there.Email for more photos