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1863 Civil War Era "HOW ARE YOU GREEN-BACKS"
May 3, 1863-Dated Civil War Period, First Edition Historic Printed Sheet Music Titled, HOW ARE YOU GREEN-BACKS, Sung by Dan Bryant, Words by E. Bowers, Arranged by Charles Glover, Published by Wm. A. Pond & Co. New York, Very Fine.
This original 13 1/8" x 10 1/8" period Sheet Music has 3 pages of song plus cover. It is very clean and vivid in appearance with some light age tone, disbound, a period light red stamp for "John F. Ellis, Pianos & Music, Penna. Ave., Washington, D.C." (which seems most appropriate), in oval at center near the bottom . Printed in bold black and green, with the central devices of a fantasy, period, $10 Federal Styled Note with two others beneath, showing Dan Bryant (the singer) in an oval vignette at left. This "Note" is Signed by Bryant and William A. Pond, the Publisher of the "Popular comic Song." A light pencil notation on the cover reads, "Compliments of S. Mello, Washington, D.C. May 3, 1863". A great piece that works with Large Size, Federal Currency, or any collection of "Green Backs."
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