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1 David, Lee (Music & Lyrics). WOND'RING.
B. D. Nice & Co., Inc. [New York]. (1919). 
Sheet Music. 5pp. (9 1/4' X 12 1/8'. Color-illustrated self-wrappers by Andre DeTakacs in Art Deco style of a young woman standing by a window on the left side & a vase with a floral bouquet on the right. Piano/Vocal. 1/2' l. chip at the bottom of the spine extending into both covers. The front cover has several small edge tears & creases, a few small, light stain spots confined to non-pictorial areas, surface creases, & some areas of light soil. The back cover has several small edge tears & creases, surface creases, & some areas of light soiling. Note: Glare and apparent darkening of some sections of the sheet music in the accompanying photo are due to my amateur status as a photographer. 
Price: 4.00 USD
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2 Herbert, Victor (Music) & Rida Johnson Young (Lyrics). AH! SWEET MYSTERY OF LIFE.
M. Witmark & Sons [New York]. (1910). 
Sheet Music. 5pp. 9 1/4' x 12 1/8'. Black & white on maroon self-wrappers with a large b/w photo insert of Victor Herbert with faux-signature on the front cover. Piano/Vocal. Witmark Black & White Series. No. 16999-3. Described as 'The Dream Melody from Naughty Marietta'. Faint crease on the top right corner, a little wear in places along the spine & the top edge o/w the front cover is Near Fine, i.e. very minor signs of careful use with no significant defects. The back cover has some wear & minor creases on the edges. The loose-leaf (pages 2/3) has several tears on its bottom edge & a crease in the lower right corner. Note: Glare and apparent darkening of some sections of the sheet music in the accompanying photo are due to my amateur status as a photographer. 
Price: 3.00 USD
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3 Murphy, C. W. & Will Letters (Words & Music). HAS ANYBODY HERE SEEN KELLY?
T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter [New York]. (1909). 
Sheet Music. 5pp. 10 1/4' x 13 1/2'. Self-wrappers illustrated in chartreuse & white by Gene Buck with a photo insert of Nora Bayes. Piano/Vocal. American Version by William J. McKenna. 'Successfully Introduced by Nora Bayes of Bayes & Norworth in Lew Fields Production The Jolly Bachelors'. All edges worn; the front cover has a crease in the upper right corner, a 1/4' tear on the right edge, & a little faint soiling; the spine edge has 3 small tears with largest extending 1/4' into both covers. The back is very lightly tanned & has one 1/2' & several much smaller tears on the left edge. See photo. Note: Glare and apparent darkening of some sections of the sheet music in the accompanying photo are due to my amateur status as a photographer. 
Price: 4.50 USD
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