Lot 40    

Uncle Jasper's Jubilee Chromolithograph Sheet Music,
2005, Furniture and Decorative Arts / Oct 7 - 8
illustration depicting black minstrels with a log cabin in the background and titled UNCLE JASPER'S JUBILEE DANCE CHARACTERISQUE "CAKE WALK", lower margin bears the date 1898 in Roman numerals. Written and published by E.T. Paull Music Co, in a modern oak and clear frame; 15.5" x 19" (overall).

Condition:  
Peripheral tears and edge toning, not removed from frame.
Sold: $204.00
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