This list is current as of today: Wednesday June 28, 2017 (*with the exception of VERY recent transactions, which will be reflected in next update).
(*with the exception of VERY recent transactions, which will be reflected in next update).
|ITEM DESCRIPTION||CONDITION||PRICE (DOLLARS)||IMAGE (IF ANY) scale may vary by item*||SKU|
|Billy Hill's American Home Songs. i will refrain from joking about hillbillies (not). 48 pages, magazine size. pretty deluxe for 1934 (height of the depression).||very good shape.||5||utb|
|Nick Manoloff Hawaiian Guitar Instructor. Illustrated 1936 edition, 63 pages.||somewhere between good & very good due to missing front cover. small triange tear in mid-left of cover. standard magazine size.||7||utb|
|Norman Granz Jazz at the Philharmonic souvenir program, circa 2950's. magazine sized. artist by artist, one biograpphy page each, with large photos, Granz, Ella Fitzgerald, Flip Phillips, Buddy Rich, Lester Young, Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young, Bill Harris, Oscar Peterson, Harry Edison, Hank Jones, ads also.||front cover is totally separated from the rest of the program. otherwise in pretty decent shape. fine photos and period endorsement ads.||3|
|Tenderly - Popular Songster. 1923. includes King Tut's dream dictionary on back cover! jokes, ventriloquism, and more!||quite vintage although rather poor condition, but it is all here.||3||utb|
|There's a Charm in the Spring - Hitchcock's Half Dime Series, #28. This may be pre-1900? undated piece, words by Charles Dickens. published in Cincinatti. about the size of a national geographic cover, blue and white.||as seen, some short rips and wrinkles, not rip van winkle.||2|