An adorable hummel litho in its original frame. Frame is gold & white. Over all measurement is 9 x 11. The picture is of a little girl siting in a field of wildflowers with 2 bees buzzing about.Is meant to look like a watercolor. Signed on the bottom right corner BJKAC(?). Fine print on bottom states P-210 BJ KAC- Juvenile Litho in USA. Nice condition, no nicks on frame either.
A hand painted tv style lamp hand painted from Italy. A lovely lamp with no damages of any sort. Light still works too! Lamp measures 11" tall, and is a cornucopia, with a little cherub playing at each end. It is decorated in hand painted roses with lots of gold trimmings. Cut outs in porcelin gives it a very frilly victorian look. Switch on the side bottom of lamp. This is in perfect conditon. Email for more photos.
9 !/2" pewter collector plate from the American Revolution series. This one is the Boston Tea Party. Numbered # 2543.and dated 1976. It bears the official symbol of the United States of Americas 200th anniversary. Solid pewter, molded relief of the Boston tea party,the ship, men aboard dumping the tea into the harbor. Signed on the front by the artist. No box or certificate. All documentation printed directly into the back of the plate. Very nice & detailed.
9 1/2" pewter bi-centenial collector plate. American Revolution series. Patrick Henry urges armed resistance 1775. It is stamped with the official symbol of the United States of America 200th anniversary. Number 2543. Plate depicts Patrick Henry speaking and urging armed resistance. The depiction is done in reief. (not painted) No box or certificate. Nice plate!!
Chintz teapot with lustre ware accents. This is a most unusual piece. I believe it is from a childs set originally. It only measures 6 1/2" tall to the top of the lids handle. The body of the teapot is a soft green with white chintz flowers. The spout, handle and rim decorations are blue lustre. The teapot has a red "Made in Japan" stamp on the bottom. It is in Beautiful condition, with no scratches cracks,chips, staining or fading. What a beautiful little pot for your collection.
By Lou Davis & Fred Coots. Theme song from Paramounts production "The shopworn angel". Photo of Gary Cooper & Nancy Carroll. Cover art by Leff & Deco.pages are loose. and cover is in average condition. See photo.
By Herman Ruby, Bud Green,& Sammy Stept. Theme song from the talking motion picture "Syncopation".Cover photo of Morton Downey who sung and did the screenplay. Average condition, few small tears , corner off, see photo.
By Chas E.Long. a waltz song. This is not in good condition. All music is here, but has lots of wear and mending. See photo.
By Carolyn Leigh & Johnny Richards. Photo of Frank Sinatra on cover. pretty good condition, one small tear.
(Eine Ganze Nacht) English lyrics & music by Larry Kusik, Eddie Snyder,& James Last. Excellent condition. Recorded by Mantovani and his Orchestra. Cover art by Hirschfeld.
By Bob Merril,Signed and framed photo of Patti Page. Cover by Barbelle. Nice condition, see photo.
From Warner Brothers Vitaphone singing picture "Is Everybody Happy". Staring Ted Lewis "The high hatted King of Jazz. Lyrics by Grant Clarke, and music by Harry Akst. features a large picture of ted Lewis with the chorus girl line in the background. In average condition. Tape along the spine & wear.
By Bennie Benjamin & George Weiss. Cover photo of Perry Como (with a cigarette in his hand). Cover art by Barbelle. Pretty nice condition, see photo.
From the musical. Music by Richard Rogers & lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein.Cover by Holley.Cover is in real good condition , but all pages are seperated at the spine.
From the Walt Disney production "The three caballeros". Music & Lyrics by Agustin Lara & Ray Gilbert. Starring Donald Duck. Photos of the 3 movie stars, and Donald Duck,Panchito,& Jose' Carioca. Very, very nice condition.
By Holt Marvel, jack Strachey & Harry Link. From the Williams Walker Revue "Spread it Abroad". Photo of Ben Bernie on art deco cover. Cover art by George ???? very nice cover condition, starting to seperate at spine.
From The movie Carolina Blues. Photo of Kaye Kyser Victor Moore & Ann Miller. Lyrics & music by Sammy Kahn & Jule Styne. Very good condition, see photo.
From the Warner Brothers movie " Mr. Dodd takes the air". By Harry Warren, and Al Dubin. Photo of Kenny Baker, Frank McHugh,Alice Brady,Gertrude Michael,& Jane Wyman. Cover in very nice condition, starting to seperate at the spine.