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40 Pieces of Sheet Music, Almost All from the 1930s and Earlier.

Lot 554. 40 Pieces of Sheet Music, Almost All from the 1930s and Earlier. This sheet music ranges from p to ex and averages g+. Various stars are pictured on the covers: Al Jolson, “Who Paid the Rent for Mrs. Rip Van Winkle?” 1914; Kate Smith, “Violins Were Playing,” 1943; Major Bowes, “The Old Spinning Wheel,” 1933; Mary Pickford, “Daddy Long Legs,” 1919; Rudy Vallee, “If I Had a Girl Like You,” 1930; Nora Bayes, “Freckles,” 1919; Harold Lloyd, “Freshie,” 1925; Alice White, “Buy, Buy for Baby,” 1928; Richard Dix, “Redskin,” 1929; Anna Handler, “Louisville Lou (That Vampin’ Lady),” 1923; and Frank Crumit, “Pretty Little Dear,” 1927. Familiar titles include “Silver Threads Among the Gold,” 1935; Sail Along, Sil’ry Moon,” 1937; “The Blue Room,” 1926, by Rodgers and Hart; “Because You’re You,” 1915, by Victor Herbert; “It’s De-Lovely,” 1936 by Cole Porter; “My Time is Your Time,” 1934; “I’m Walking Behind You,” 1951; “God Bless America,” 1939 by Irving Berlin; “Auld Lang Syne,” used to promote Bromo-Seltzer; and “Of Thee I Sing,” 1931 by Ira and George Gershwin. Other titles include “My Old Kentucky Home”; “We’ll Have a Jubilee in My Old Kentucky Home,” 1915; “The Turkey Trot,” 1915; “It’s a Million to One You’re in Love,” 1927; “My Mammy,” 1921; “There’s a Spark of Love Still Burning in the Embers of My Heart,” 1909; “Cupid’s Arrow,” 1909; “Harold Teen,” 1928, based on the comic strip; “Which Hazel?” 1921; “Dear Little Mother with Silver Hair,” 1931; and “The Peanut Vendor,” 1930. Minimum Bid $20.    

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