Extra nice condition on this music selection from 1941. Cover features an almost full cover photo of the three Dinning Sisters. Words and music by Louise Massey and Lee Penny.
Unusual cover on this ditty of music from 1957. Average condition. Has been taped along spine and on one page. Light water rings also.Music and lyrics by Ross Mac Lean and Arthur Richardson. Has a feature photo of Arthur Godfrey in upper left. Cute illustrations.
Great condition on this music selection from 1941, titled Delilian. All pages intact.
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.
Nine pages of music to this overture from 1905. Good average condition. Pages are seperating but all music is intact.
Wonderful condition on this old classic from 1920.Deco cover.
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 nice cover photo of Diane Courtney with an NBC microphone. Words & music by Stanley Cowan and Bobby Worth. Great condition. Flash makes cover appear to be faded on one side, but its not. All color consistant. 1941.
Cover artist Leff on this music dating from 1928. Feature photo of Roy Smeck picking a banjo.Good condition. words by Chas. Tobias & William Jerome. Music by Larry Shay.
Music dating from 1934. By Marty Symes, AL J. Neiburg, and Jerry Levinson.Cover photo of Edna O'Dell. Very good condition.
Popular song from 1948 featuring a cover photo of Del Courtney. Good condition.
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.