Other Miscellaneous Items ($50 - $100)

  • (Item #: M5954-Y11)
    Two musical almanacs listing events and institutions in Paris, years 1862 and 1863, by Moleri & Comettant, published by Collignon and Gerard, Paris. Each almanac describes events and institutions, including some important names in the musical life of Paris, like Ambroise Thomas, Jules Massenet, Daniel Auber, etc. Each one is 64 pages, some illustrations, spines are in poor condition with lose pages, otherwise in good condition, no stains or missing pages. See scans of covers, and a couple of internal pages as example.
    Two musical almanacs listing events and institutions in Paris, years 1862 and 1863, by Moleri & Comettant, published by Collignon... read more >
    Two musical almanacs listing events and institutions in Paris, years 1862 and 1863, by Moleri & Comettant, published by Collignon and Gerard, Paris. Each almanac describes events and institutions, including some important names in the musical life of Paris, like Ambroise Thomas, Jules Massenet, Daniel Auber, etc. Each one is 64 pages, some illustrations, spines are in poor condition with lose pages, otherwise in good condition, no stains or missing pages. See scans of covers, and a couple of internal pages as example.
    Two musical almanacs listing events and institutions in...

    $85.00 USD

    (Item #: M5954-Y11)
    Two musical almanacs listing events and institutions in Paris, years 1862 and 1863, by Moleri & Comettant, published by Collignon and Gerard, Paris. Each almanac describes events and institutions, including some important names in the musical life of Paris, like Ambroise Thomas, Jules Massenet, Daniel Auber, etc. Each one is 64 pages, some illustrations, spines are in poor condition with lose pages, otherwise in good condition, no stains or missing pages. See scans of covers, and a couple of internal pages as example.
    Two musical almanacs listing events and institutions in Paris, years 1862 and 1863, by Moleri & Comettant, published by Collignon... read more >
    Two musical almanacs listing events and institutions in Paris, years 1862 and 1863, by Moleri & Comettant, published by Collignon and Gerard, Paris. Each almanac describes events and institutions, including some important names in the musical life of Paris, like Ambroise Thomas, Jules Massenet, Daniel Auber, etc. Each one is 64 pages, some illustrations, spines are in poor condition with lose pages, otherwise in good condition, no stains or missing pages. See scans of covers, and a couple of internal pages as example.
  • (Item #: H6300-NM)
    Estimating autograph value requires a good deal of expertise and some work, and it should never be determined by surfing online and looking at asking prices of similar items that have never sold. This practice not only is highly inaccurate, but normally produces a very wide, confusing spectrum of prices and reflects values of what no one has paid, and are, in consequence, not real o reliable in any sense.  So here we offer you some help: a short report (1 or 2 pages) with the value of your autograph piece, based on recent past / realized prices of similar items.  The report will include an estimated value or narrow range of value for your item and those of similar items used for comparison, assuming your item is original and authentic. If your item is framed, we will not include the value of the frame nor the estimated value of any other collectible/s included in the frame. - Performing arts (music, film actors and actresses, directors, dancers), literature, science, and historical figures. Absolutely no sports autographs. - Sending your autograph item is not needed, but at least 2 high-quality digital images of your autograph are needed. We will contact you to submit them, or you can do it yourself directly by emailing us images of your item (you can find our email address under "Company Info", at the bottom of this page). - This report provides an estimated value according to our highly qualified expertise and historical price database. It does not validate the authenticity of the submitted item, since that requires in-person analysis. We currently do not provide that service for items we do not buy or sell. If you want to authenticate, we recommend you contact companies that offer autograph authentication services. Read our blog article about autograph authentication services.   Delivery time: Usually within 3 days, with a maximum of 7 days.  
    Estimating autograph value requires a good deal of expertise and some work, and it should never be determined by surfing... read more >
    Estimating autograph value requires a good deal of expertise and some work, and it should never be determined by surfing online and looking at asking prices of similar items that have never sold. This practice not only is highly inaccurate, but normally produces a very wide, confusing spectrum of prices and reflects values of what no one has paid, and are, in consequence, not real o reliable in any sense.  So here we offer you some help: a short report (1 or 2 pages) with the value of your autograph piece, based on recent past / realized prices of similar items.  The report will include an estimated value or narrow range of value for your item and those of similar items used for comparison, assuming your item is original and authentic. If your item is framed, we will not include the value of the frame nor the estimated value of any other collectible/s included in the frame. - Performing arts (music, film actors and actresses, directors, dancers), literature, science, and historical figures. Absolutely no sports autographs. - Sending your autograph item is not needed, but at least 2 high-quality digital images of your autograph are needed. We will contact you to submit them, or you can do it yourself directly by emailing us images of your item (you can find our email address under "Company Info", at the bottom of this page). - This report provides an estimated value according to our highly qualified expertise and historical price database. It does not validate the authenticity of the submitted item, since that requires in-person analysis. We currently do not provide that service for items we do not buy or sell. If you want to authenticate, we recommend you contact companies that offer autograph authentication services. Read our blog article about autograph authentication services.   Delivery time: Usually within 3 days, with a maximum of 7 days.  
    Estimating autograph value requires a good deal of...

    $75.00 USD

    (Item #: H6300-NM)
    Estimating autograph value requires a good deal of expertise and some work, and it should never be determined by surfing online and looking at asking prices of similar items that have never sold. This practice not only is highly inaccurate, but normally produces a very wide, confusing spectrum of prices and reflects values of what no one has paid, and are, in consequence, not real o reliable in any sense.  So here we offer you some help: a short report (1 or 2 pages) with the value of your autograph piece, based on recent past / realized prices of similar items.  The report will include an estimated value or narrow range of value for your item and those of similar items used for comparison, assuming your item is original and authentic. If your item is framed, we will not include the value of the frame nor the estimated value of any other collectible/s included in the frame. - Performing arts (music, film actors and actresses, directors, dancers), literature, science, and historical figures. Absolutely no sports autographs. - Sending your autograph item is not needed, but at least 2 high-quality digital images of your autograph are needed. We will contact you to submit them, or you can do it yourself directly by emailing us images of your item (you can find our email address under "Company Info", at the bottom of this page). - This report provides an estimated value according to our highly qualified expertise and historical price database. It does not validate the authenticity of the submitted item, since that requires in-person analysis. We currently do not provide that service for items we do not buy or sell. If you want to authenticate, we recommend you contact companies that offer autograph authentication services. Read our blog article about autograph authentication services.   Delivery time: Usually within 3 days, with a maximum of 7 days.  
    Estimating autograph value requires a good deal of expertise and some work, and it should never be determined by surfing... read more >
    Estimating autograph value requires a good deal of expertise and some work, and it should never be determined by surfing online and looking at asking prices of similar items that have never sold. This practice not only is highly inaccurate, but normally produces a very wide, confusing spectrum of prices and reflects values of what no one has paid, and are, in consequence, not real o reliable in any sense.  So here we offer you some help: a short report (1 or 2 pages) with the value of your autograph piece, based on recent past / realized prices of similar items.  The report will include an estimated value or narrow range of value for your item and those of similar items used for comparison, assuming your item is original and authentic. If your item is framed, we will not include the value of the frame nor the estimated value of any other collectible/s included in the frame. - Performing arts (music, film actors and actresses, directors, dancers), literature, science, and historical figures. Absolutely no sports autographs. - Sending your autograph item is not needed, but at least 2 high-quality digital images of your autograph are needed. We will contact you to submit them, or you can do it yourself directly by emailing us images of your item (you can find our email address under "Company Info", at the bottom of this page). - This report provides an estimated value according to our highly qualified expertise and historical price database. It does not validate the authenticity of the submitted item, since that requires in-person analysis. We currently do not provide that service for items we do not buy or sell. If you want to authenticate, we recommend you contact companies that offer autograph authentication services. Read our blog article about autograph authentication services.   Delivery time: Usually within 3 days, with a maximum of 7 days.  
  • (Item #: H1376-L4)
    Small booklet about Teatro La Scala, Milan, 48 pages, including some charts, in French, issued in 1856 by Dominique Salvi, Milan. Some rust on pages, ownership signature on first blank page, 4.5 x 6.9 inches, in good condition. See scans of cover and some pages.
    Small booklet about Teatro La Scala, Milan, 48 pages, including some charts, in French, issued in 1856 by Dominique Salvi,... read more >
    Small booklet about Teatro La Scala, Milan, 48 pages, including some charts, in French, issued in 1856 by Dominique Salvi, Milan. Some rust on pages, ownership signature on first blank page, 4.5 x 6.9 inches, in good condition. See scans of cover and some pages.
    Small booklet about Teatro La Scala, Milan, 48...

    $85.00 USD

    (Item #: H1376-L4)
    Small booklet about Teatro La Scala, Milan, 48 pages, including some charts, in French, issued in 1856 by Dominique Salvi, Milan. Some rust on pages, ownership signature on first blank page, 4.5 x 6.9 inches, in good condition. See scans of cover and some pages.
    Small booklet about Teatro La Scala, Milan, 48 pages, including some charts, in French, issued in 1856 by Dominique Salvi,... read more >
    Small booklet about Teatro La Scala, Milan, 48 pages, including some charts, in French, issued in 1856 by Dominique Salvi, Milan. Some rust on pages, ownership signature on first blank page, 4.5 x 6.9 inches, in good condition. See scans of cover and some pages.
  • (Item #: GB0025-GX277C)
    French opera impresario (1852-1938), director of the opera Comique, Paris. Unsigned cabinet photo, shown as himself. Photo by Nadar. Size is 4.25 x 6.5 inches, in excellent condition. 
    French opera impresario (1852-1938), director of the opera Comique, Paris. Unsigned cabinet photo, shown as himself. Photo by Nadar. Size... read more >
    French opera impresario (1852-1938), director of the opera Comique, Paris. Unsigned cabinet photo, shown as himself. Photo by Nadar. Size is 4.25 x 6.5 inches, in excellent condition. 
    French opera impresario (1852-1938), director of the opera...

    $75.00 USD

    (Item #: GB0025-GX277C)
    French opera impresario (1852-1938), director of the opera Comique, Paris. Unsigned cabinet photo, shown as himself. Photo by Nadar. Size is 4.25 x 6.5 inches, in excellent condition. 
    French opera impresario (1852-1938), director of the opera Comique, Paris. Unsigned cabinet photo, shown as himself. Photo by Nadar. Size... read more >
    French opera impresario (1852-1938), director of the opera Comique, Paris. Unsigned cabinet photo, shown as himself. Photo by Nadar. Size is 4.25 x 6.5 inches, in excellent condition. 
  • (Item #: GC4600-GX260C)
    Dean: English ice skate dancers, (b. 1958) was the gold medal winner in the Olympics in 1984. Nice photo, signed by him and British skate dancer, Torvill (b. 1957), shown in performance. Size is 10 x 8 inches.
    Dean: English ice skate dancers, (b. 1958) was the gold medal winner in the Olympics in 1984. Nice photo, signed... read more >
    Dean: English ice skate dancers, (b. 1958) was the gold medal winner in the Olympics in 1984. Nice photo, signed by him and British skate dancer, Torvill (b. 1957), shown in performance. Size is 10 x 8 inches.
    Dean: English ice skate dancers, (b. 1958) was...

    $75.00 USD

    (Item #: GC4600-GX260C)
    Dean: English ice skate dancers, (b. 1958) was the gold medal winner in the Olympics in 1984. Nice photo, signed by him and British skate dancer, Torvill (b. 1957), shown in performance. Size is 10 x 8 inches.
    Dean: English ice skate dancers, (b. 1958) was the gold medal winner in the Olympics in 1984. Nice photo, signed... read more >
    Dean: English ice skate dancers, (b. 1958) was the gold medal winner in the Olympics in 1984. Nice photo, signed by him and British skate dancer, Torvill (b. 1957), shown in performance. Size is 10 x 8 inches.
  • (Item #: GA9674-GX220F)
    German instrument maker and recorder player (1898-1966), signed photo, dated in 1956. Size is 4 x 5.8 inches. Stamped on verso by photographer Walit, in excellent condition.
    German instrument maker and recorder player (1898-1966), signed photo, dated in 1956. Size is 4 x 5.8 inches. Stamped on... read more >
    German instrument maker and recorder player (1898-1966), signed photo, dated in 1956. Size is 4 x 5.8 inches. Stamped on verso by photographer Walit, in excellent condition.
    German instrument maker and recorder player (1898-1966), signed...

    $50.00 USD

    (Item #: GA9674-GX220F)
    German instrument maker and recorder player (1898-1966), signed photo, dated in 1956. Size is 4 x 5.8 inches. Stamped on verso by photographer Walit, in excellent condition.
    German instrument maker and recorder player (1898-1966), signed photo, dated in 1956. Size is 4 x 5.8 inches. Stamped on... read more >
    German instrument maker and recorder player (1898-1966), signed photo, dated in 1956. Size is 4 x 5.8 inches. Stamped on verso by photographer Walit, in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: GA0950-GX005)
    French music critic (1866-1943), translator and son of composer Eduard Laló (1823-1892). Autograph note signed describing an opera by his father, in French, sold untranslated. Size is 8.5 x 5.4 inches, in excellent condition. Also included is his personal business card with some pencil annotations and signature, in excellent condition.
    French music critic (1866-1943), translator and son of composer Eduard Laló (1823-1892). Autograph note signed describing an opera by his... read more >
    French music critic (1866-1943), translator and son of composer Eduard Laló (1823-1892). Autograph note signed describing an opera by his father, in French, sold untranslated. Size is 8.5 x 5.4 inches, in excellent condition. Also included is his personal business card with some pencil annotations and signature, in excellent condition.
    French music critic (1866-1943), translator and son of...

    $75.00 USD

    (Item #: GA0950-GX005)
    French music critic (1866-1943), translator and son of composer Eduard Laló (1823-1892). Autograph note signed describing an opera by his father, in French, sold untranslated. Size is 8.5 x 5.4 inches, in excellent condition. Also included is his personal business card with some pencil annotations and signature, in excellent condition.
    French music critic (1866-1943), translator and son of composer Eduard Laló (1823-1892). Autograph note signed describing an opera by his... read more >
    French music critic (1866-1943), translator and son of composer Eduard Laló (1823-1892). Autograph note signed describing an opera by his father, in French, sold untranslated. Size is 8.5 x 5.4 inches, in excellent condition. Also included is his personal business card with some pencil annotations and signature, in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: M5446-Y7)
    Original movie poster for this 1959 film, with Star American actor (1921-1959), with Zsa Zsa Gabor (1917-2016). This was his 10th film and his last, as he died that year at age 38. Size is 27 x 41 inches, has folds, some stains and cracks repaired on verso, in overall good condition - ships folded.
    Original movie poster for this 1959 film, with Star American actor (1921-1959), with Zsa Zsa Gabor (1917-2016). This was his... read more >
    Original movie poster for this 1959 film, with Star American actor (1921-1959), with Zsa Zsa Gabor (1917-2016). This was his 10th film and his last, as he died that year at age 38. Size is 27 x 41 inches, has folds, some stains and cracks repaired on verso, in overall good condition - ships folded.
    Original movie poster for this 1959 film, with...

    $70.00 USD

    (Item #: M5446-Y7)
    Original movie poster for this 1959 film, with Star American actor (1921-1959), with Zsa Zsa Gabor (1917-2016). This was his 10th film and his last, as he died that year at age 38. Size is 27 x 41 inches, has folds, some stains and cracks repaired on verso, in overall good condition - ships folded.
    Original movie poster for this 1959 film, with Star American actor (1921-1959), with Zsa Zsa Gabor (1917-2016). This was his... read more >
    Original movie poster for this 1959 film, with Star American actor (1921-1959), with Zsa Zsa Gabor (1917-2016). This was his 10th film and his last, as he died that year at age 38. Size is 27 x 41 inches, has folds, some stains and cracks repaired on verso, in overall good condition - ships folded.
  • (Item #: M4125-F2-5)
    Italian theatrical actor (1846-1903), very famous for his farces and reciting performances, as well as plays of contemporary writers. Signed cabinet photo, 4.25 x 6.5 inches, a photo by G. Vianelli, Venice. Dated by him in 1887, inscribed to star tenor Francesco Tamagno (who created Verdi´s Otello in that same year), gilded borders, minor mounting traces on verso, in very good condition.  
    Italian theatrical actor (1846-1903), very famous for his farces and reciting performances, as well as plays of contemporary writers. Signed... read more >
    Italian theatrical actor (1846-1903), very famous for his farces and reciting performances, as well as plays of contemporary writers. Signed cabinet photo, 4.25 x 6.5 inches, a photo by G. Vianelli, Venice. Dated by him in 1887, inscribed to star tenor Francesco Tamagno (who created Verdi´s Otello in that same year), gilded borders, minor mounting traces on verso, in very good condition.  
    Italian theatrical actor (1846-1903), very famous for his...

    $100.00 USD

    (Item #: M4125-F2-5)
    Italian theatrical actor (1846-1903), very famous for his farces and reciting performances, as well as plays of contemporary writers. Signed cabinet photo, 4.25 x 6.5 inches, a photo by G. Vianelli, Venice. Dated by him in 1887, inscribed to star tenor Francesco Tamagno (who created Verdi´s Otello in that same year), gilded borders, minor mounting traces on verso, in very good condition.  
    Italian theatrical actor (1846-1903), very famous for his farces and reciting performances, as well as plays of contemporary writers. Signed... read more >
    Italian theatrical actor (1846-1903), very famous for his farces and reciting performances, as well as plays of contemporary writers. Signed cabinet photo, 4.25 x 6.5 inches, a photo by G. Vianelli, Venice. Dated by him in 1887, inscribed to star tenor Francesco Tamagno (who created Verdi´s Otello in that same year), gilded borders, minor mounting traces on verso, in very good condition.  
  • (Item #: H1834-OS6)
    Harper's Weekly issue of October 27th, 1883, including a 2-pages article about the inauguration of the Metropolitan Opera at its new building that took place 5 days earlier.  Full weekly with 20 pages including covers, size is 11.5 x 16.75 inches, minor dames on edges, in overall very good condition.
    Harper's Weekly issue of October 27th, 1883, including a 2-pages article about the inauguration of the Metropolitan Opera at its new... read more >
    Harper's Weekly issue of October 27th, 1883, including a 2-pages article about the inauguration of the Metropolitan Opera at its new building that took place 5 days earlier.  Full weekly with 20 pages including covers, size is 11.5 x 16.75 inches, minor dames on edges, in overall very good condition.
    Harper's Weekly issue of October 27th, 1883, including...

    $50.00 USD

    (Item #: H1834-OS6)
    Harper's Weekly issue of October 27th, 1883, including a 2-pages article about the inauguration of the Metropolitan Opera at its new building that took place 5 days earlier.  Full weekly with 20 pages including covers, size is 11.5 x 16.75 inches, minor dames on edges, in overall very good condition.
    Harper's Weekly issue of October 27th, 1883, including a 2-pages article about the inauguration of the Metropolitan Opera at its new... read more >
    Harper's Weekly issue of October 27th, 1883, including a 2-pages article about the inauguration of the Metropolitan Opera at its new building that took place 5 days earlier.  Full weekly with 20 pages including covers, size is 11.5 x 16.75 inches, minor dames on edges, in overall very good condition.
  • (Item #: GG9499-GX139C)
    Signed photo of a quartet of 4 male singers - baritone Vernon Sanders, tenor Attilio Baggiore, bass Bruce MacKay, and tenor Giulio Gari, - who toured the United States performing both classical pieces and Broadway hits. Contains signatures of each performer with inscribed sentiment at the top, dated in New York in 1947. Photo by James Abresch, New York.  Size is 7.25 x 9.25 inches, some wear on edges and rust on verso, but otherwise in very good condition. 
    Signed photo of a quartet of 4 male singers - baritone Vernon Sanders, tenor Attilio Baggiore, bass Bruce MacKay, and tenor Giulio... read more >
    Signed photo of a quartet of 4 male singers - baritone Vernon Sanders, tenor Attilio Baggiore, bass Bruce MacKay, and tenor Giulio Gari, - who toured the United States performing both classical pieces and Broadway hits. Contains signatures of each performer with inscribed sentiment at the top, dated in New York in 1947. Photo by James Abresch, New York.  Size is 7.25 x 9.25 inches, some wear on edges and rust on verso, but otherwise in very good condition. 
    Signed photo of a quartet of 4 male...

    $50.00 USD

    (Item #: GG9499-GX139C)
    Signed photo of a quartet of 4 male singers - baritone Vernon Sanders, tenor Attilio Baggiore, bass Bruce MacKay, and tenor Giulio Gari, - who toured the United States performing both classical pieces and Broadway hits. Contains signatures of each performer with inscribed sentiment at the top, dated in New York in 1947. Photo by James Abresch, New York.  Size is 7.25 x 9.25 inches, some wear on edges and rust on verso, but otherwise in very good condition. 
    Signed photo of a quartet of 4 male singers - baritone Vernon Sanders, tenor Attilio Baggiore, bass Bruce MacKay, and tenor Giulio... read more >
    Signed photo of a quartet of 4 male singers - baritone Vernon Sanders, tenor Attilio Baggiore, bass Bruce MacKay, and tenor Giulio Gari, - who toured the United States performing both classical pieces and Broadway hits. Contains signatures of each performer with inscribed sentiment at the top, dated in New York in 1947. Photo by James Abresch, New York.  Size is 7.25 x 9.25 inches, some wear on edges and rust on verso, but otherwise in very good condition. 
  • (Item #: GB7763-GX205G)
    Russian operatic and symphonic conductor (1873-1948), unsigned mini-cabinet photo, shown as himself. Size is 2.5 x 4.2 inches, in excellent condition.
    Russian operatic and symphonic conductor (1873-1948), unsigned mini-cabinet photo, shown as himself. Size is 2.5 x 4.2 inches, in excellent... read more >
    Russian operatic and symphonic conductor (1873-1948), unsigned mini-cabinet photo, shown as himself. Size is 2.5 x 4.2 inches, in excellent condition.
    Russian operatic and symphonic conductor (1873-1948), unsigned mini-cabinet...

    $50.00 USD

    (Item #: GB7763-GX205G)
    Russian operatic and symphonic conductor (1873-1948), unsigned mini-cabinet photo, shown as himself. Size is 2.5 x 4.2 inches, in excellent condition.
    Russian operatic and symphonic conductor (1873-1948), unsigned mini-cabinet photo, shown as himself. Size is 2.5 x 4.2 inches, in excellent... read more >
    Russian operatic and symphonic conductor (1873-1948), unsigned mini-cabinet photo, shown as himself. Size is 2.5 x 4.2 inches, in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: H1819-L5E)
    French-American coloratura soprano (1898-1976), a Metropolitan star for nearly 30 years.   Lot of 5 Ads from different announcers including Columbia Records (3), General Electric (1) and Tomato Juice (1).  Most of them are sized 10.3 x 14 inches, in excellent condition. SOLD ONLY AS A LOT, NOT SOLD SEPARATELY. 
    French-American coloratura soprano (1898-1976), a Metropolitan star for nearly 30 years.   Lot of 5 Ads from different announcers including Columbia... read more >
    French-American coloratura soprano (1898-1976), a Metropolitan star for nearly 30 years.   Lot of 5 Ads from different announcers including Columbia Records (3), General Electric (1) and Tomato Juice (1).  Most of them are sized 10.3 x 14 inches, in excellent condition. SOLD ONLY AS A LOT, NOT SOLD SEPARATELY. 
    French-American coloratura soprano (1898-1976), a Metropolitan star for...

    $60.00 USD

    (Item #: H1819-L5E)
    French-American coloratura soprano (1898-1976), a Metropolitan star for nearly 30 years.   Lot of 5 Ads from different announcers including Columbia Records (3), General Electric (1) and Tomato Juice (1).  Most of them are sized 10.3 x 14 inches, in excellent condition. SOLD ONLY AS A LOT, NOT SOLD SEPARATELY. 
    French-American coloratura soprano (1898-1976), a Metropolitan star for nearly 30 years.   Lot of 5 Ads from different announcers including Columbia... read more >
    French-American coloratura soprano (1898-1976), a Metropolitan star for nearly 30 years.   Lot of 5 Ads from different announcers including Columbia Records (3), General Electric (1) and Tomato Juice (1).  Most of them are sized 10.3 x 14 inches, in excellent condition. SOLD ONLY AS A LOT, NOT SOLD SEPARATELY. 
  • (Item #: H5321-V1A)
    American violinist (1897-1961) and bandleader, famous during the 1920s and 1930s. Lot of unsigned playbills, programs, ads, and letters to him as well as his personal resumé and articles about his career that probably belonged to him in the past, for a total of 16 items. Various sizes, all in good condition or better. SOLD ONLY AS A LOT, NOT SOLD SEPARATELY.
    American violinist (1897-1961) and bandleader, famous during the 1920s and 1930s. Lot of unsigned playbills, programs, ads, and letters to... read more >
    American violinist (1897-1961) and bandleader, famous during the 1920s and 1930s. Lot of unsigned playbills, programs, ads, and letters to him as well as his personal resumé and articles about his career that probably belonged to him in the past, for a total of 16 items. Various sizes, all in good condition or better. SOLD ONLY AS A LOT, NOT SOLD SEPARATELY.
    American violinist (1897-1961) and bandleader, famous during the...

    $70.00 USD

    (Item #: H5321-V1A)
    American violinist (1897-1961) and bandleader, famous during the 1920s and 1930s. Lot of unsigned playbills, programs, ads, and letters to him as well as his personal resumé and articles about his career that probably belonged to him in the past, for a total of 16 items. Various sizes, all in good condition or better. SOLD ONLY AS A LOT, NOT SOLD SEPARATELY.
    American violinist (1897-1961) and bandleader, famous during the 1920s and 1930s. Lot of unsigned playbills, programs, ads, and letters to... read more >
    American violinist (1897-1961) and bandleader, famous during the 1920s and 1930s. Lot of unsigned playbills, programs, ads, and letters to him as well as his personal resumé and articles about his career that probably belonged to him in the past, for a total of 16 items. Various sizes, all in good condition or better. SOLD ONLY AS A LOT, NOT SOLD SEPARATELY.
  • (Item #: H6289-Y12F)
    Receipt of payment for AR$20 for a subscription for the first opera season at Teatro Colon (Buenos Aires), dated in 1908, at Teatro Colon, signed by the theater personnel. Size is 9.4 x 6.9 inches, 1 sheet, loss of paper over the upper-right corner, pinholes at the top, otherwise in very good condition.
    Receipt of payment for AR$20 for a subscription for the first opera season at Teatro Colon (Buenos Aires), dated in... read more >
    Receipt of payment for AR$20 for a subscription for the first opera season at Teatro Colon (Buenos Aires), dated in 1908, at Teatro Colon, signed by the theater personnel. Size is 9.4 x 6.9 inches, 1 sheet, loss of paper over the upper-right corner, pinholes at the top, otherwise in very good condition.
    Receipt of payment for AR$20 for a subscription...

    $95.00 USD

    (Item #: H6289-Y12F)
    Receipt of payment for AR$20 for a subscription for the first opera season at Teatro Colon (Buenos Aires), dated in 1908, at Teatro Colon, signed by the theater personnel. Size is 9.4 x 6.9 inches, 1 sheet, loss of paper over the upper-right corner, pinholes at the top, otherwise in very good condition.
    Receipt of payment for AR$20 for a subscription for the first opera season at Teatro Colon (Buenos Aires), dated in... read more >
    Receipt of payment for AR$20 for a subscription for the first opera season at Teatro Colon (Buenos Aires), dated in 1908, at Teatro Colon, signed by the theater personnel. Size is 9.4 x 6.9 inches, 1 sheet, loss of paper over the upper-right corner, pinholes at the top, otherwise in very good condition.
  • (Item #: GA9352-GX272)
    Poster for this one-act comedy signed by its 6 leading actors at the Music Box Theater, New York, 2000.  Size is 14 x 22 inches, in excellent condition.
    Poster for this one-act comedy signed by its 6 leading actors at the Music Box Theater, New York, 2000.  Size is... read more >
    Poster for this one-act comedy signed by its 6 leading actors at the Music Box Theater, New York, 2000.  Size is 14 x 22 inches, in excellent condition.
    Poster for this one-act comedy signed by its 6...

    $100.00 USD

    (Item #: GA9352-GX272)
    Poster for this one-act comedy signed by its 6 leading actors at the Music Box Theater, New York, 2000.  Size is 14 x 22 inches, in excellent condition.
    Poster for this one-act comedy signed by its 6 leading actors at the Music Box Theater, New York, 2000.  Size is... read more >
    Poster for this one-act comedy signed by its 6 leading actors at the Music Box Theater, New York, 2000.  Size is 14 x 22 inches, in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: M5574-OS11-5)
    VANITY FAIR was a weekly periodic published in London between 1869 and 1914, its articles were about the current political, social, literary and financial news. Each issue featured a bound-in lithograph depicting an influential personality of the day. Lithographs were often accompanied by text which extolled or lamented the virtues or vices of the person/s being featured - and they are today highly collectible. Each original Vanity Fair lithograph is 10.5 x 15.75 inches, is original, and comes with a copy of the corresponding text. All lithographs have mounting traces (tape marks) on verso. Sold individually
    VANITY FAIR was a weekly periodic published in London between 1869 and 1914, its articles were about the current political,... read more >
    VANITY FAIR was a weekly periodic published in London between 1869 and 1914, its articles were about the current political, social, literary and financial news. Each issue featured a bound-in lithograph depicting an influential personality of the day. Lithographs were often accompanied by text which extolled or lamented the virtues or vices of the person/s being featured - and they are today highly collectible. Each original Vanity Fair lithograph is 10.5 x 15.75 inches, is original, and comes with a copy of the corresponding text. All lithographs have mounting traces (tape marks) on verso. Sold individually
    VANITY FAIR was a weekly periodic published in...

    $120.00 USD

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    (Item #: M5574-OS11-5)
    VANITY FAIR was a weekly periodic published in London between 1869 and 1914, its articles were about the current political, social, literary and financial news. Each issue featured a bound-in lithograph depicting an influential personality of the day. Lithographs were often accompanied by text which extolled or lamented the virtues or vices of the person/s being featured - and they are today highly collectible. Each original Vanity Fair lithograph is 10.5 x 15.75 inches, is original, and comes with a copy of the corresponding text. All lithographs have mounting traces (tape marks) on verso. Sold individually
    VANITY FAIR was a weekly periodic published in London between 1869 and 1914, its articles were about the current political,... read more >
    VANITY FAIR was a weekly periodic published in London between 1869 and 1914, its articles were about the current political, social, literary and financial news. Each issue featured a bound-in lithograph depicting an influential personality of the day. Lithographs were often accompanied by text which extolled or lamented the virtues or vices of the person/s being featured - and they are today highly collectible. Each original Vanity Fair lithograph is 10.5 x 15.75 inches, is original, and comes with a copy of the corresponding text. All lithographs have mounting traces (tape marks) on verso. Sold individually