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    Posted 11 years ago

    CARNIE
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    WOULD LIKE TO KNOW THE WORTH ON THIS SHEET MUSIC, DATE 1901 ,SOME HAVE DOBBLE COPY WIGHTS ON THE , BUT ALL EARLY 1900'S

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    1. Savoychina1 Savoychina1, 11 years ago
      I am not familiar with the prices of sheet music. However, as an African American collectible the last three would easily be $20 to $30 each and possibly much more at the right sale. Do you have more?
    2. Savoychina1 Savoychina1, 11 years ago
      Here is a thought. The first picture of the four is the one that will be "thumbnailed" and thus visible to the viewers. Switch the first two (hit edit, then just drag the first one over). You will get a lot more hits.
    3. Kevin Lynch, 10 years ago
      The third piece, at an old Virginia Wedding is fairly common. The second piece is of very limited interest. The first and fourth have good color and so may draw attention. The first is an insert into a paper publication in probably either San Francisco or Chicago or New York. A Hearst paper? He did a lot. None are hugely valuable.

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