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.
Song suggested by the slogan of The New York World.Let the flag fly. Words and music by L. Wolfe Gilbert. Mr Gilbert quoted said "Let every day be flag day" Good average condition. wear on the edges with soft tears. All intact, and would be wonderful framed.
Just a babys prayer at twilight (for her daddy over there). Music dating 1918 WWI era.cover illustration is good, but edges are rough,could be trimmed, all intact.Cover artist Barbelle. Would be nice framed too.
Great old WWI era sheet music with a soldier and his girl on the cover. Lyric by Raymond B. Egan and music by Richard A. Whiting. Very good condition for music of this age. A little wear.
Irving Berlins bugle song from 1918. This is a dedication copy to private Howard Friend, the guy in the cot next to him. Inst photo of Herbert Clifton on the cover along with the illustration of the bugle player. Cover artist Barbelle. WWI Good condition other than wear on corners and a watermark on the left corner. (priced accordingly).
Old sheet music from 1917. Cover artist Barbelle. Oversized music. Words by Alfred Bryan and Willie Weston, music by Jack Wells. Average condition. No rips.
Very good condition on this music with recording artist Eddy Arnold on the cover. Words and music by Steve Nelson, Ed Nelson Jr., and Eddy Arnold.
Country music selection recorded by Bonnie Guitar and Gale Storm. in 1957. written by Ned Miller. Bonnie Guitar on cover. Very good condition, with a couple of corner bends.
Country music selection by Eddie Arnold,Vernice McAlpin, and Owen Bradley. Cover picture of a young Eddy Arnold. Average wear and condition.
Great condition on this country music selection written by Merle Travis. Popular song sung and recorded by the famous Tennesee Ernie Ford in 1947, Cover picture of Tennesse Ernie Ford.
Average condition on this song written by Sammy Gallop and Sid King. Picture of Red Foley on the cover.
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.
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.
Nice deco cover art by artist Wohlman. Pretty illistration of swans on a pond, and love birds in flight. Great cover. Center page is a little worn on the edging.
Good average condition,spine starting to seperate. Great cover photo of Harry Fox. words by Tommy Malie, and Dick Finch. Music by Jack Little.
Nice cover photo of Dick Haymes who sung this song on Decca records. Words and music by Walter Donaldson. Very good condition.
Great condition on this musi with cover artist Starmer. Featured photo of Anson Weeks. Music and lyrics by Edward Heyman, Carmen Lombardo, and John Jacob Loeb.