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  • My Cutey’s Due at Two- To-Two To-Day

    My Cutey’s Due at Two- To-Two To-Day

    Original music score of a “novelty fox-trot” published in 1926 by Bibo, Bloedon & Lang, New York. Written by Leo Robin and Albert Von Tilzer and recorded by Harold Oxley.

    With special arrangement for Ukulele by May Singhi Breen … known as “The Ukulele Lady”.

    Four pages of score for piano (and Ukulele) … the words are hilarious … our singer is certainly missing his Cutey!

    My Cutey’s due at Two-to-Two –
    She’s coming thru on a big choo choo
    She’s been away for months
    But I have-n’t cheated once
    Stay’d home nights didn’t dance
    Was-n’t taking any chance
    Did-n’t flirt and tho’it hurt
    I just couldn’t do my Cutey dirt.

    Very thoughtful …. do-n’t forget the Bon Bons

    My Cutey’s Due – sing in the key of Bertie Wooster!

    $25.00

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  • The Man Who Was Murdered Twice – Leitfred – First Edition 1932

    The Man Who Was Murdered Twice – Leitfred – First Edition 1932

    Published by Green Circle books, New York first edition 1932.

    Octavo, 255 pages in excellent condition bar some dust jacket chips. Classic period dust jacket design …. Well better than that!

    Author Robert Leitfred had also penned “The Corpse that Spoke” so this is not the first time he has tackled life after death.

    A wealthy playboy returns home to find he has been swindled out of his inheritance. The swindler dies in a car crash … but has he? … fast moving drama 1930’s style

    Double the suspense with “twice murdered”

    $60.00

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  • The Double – Edgar Wallace – 1928

    The Double – Edgar Wallace – 1928

    Published by Collier, New York 1928. Octavo, 304 pages with the striking period dust jacket designed by S Eldredge

    The strangest of murders with surgical overtones confronts Dick Staines our Cambridge educated detective

    Edgar Wallace was maybe Britain’s most prolific writer of crime novels. He was hugely successful and penned many plays and film scripts. He wrote the film adaptation of Hounds of the Baskervilles and King Kong

    1928 Wallace Double

    $60.00

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  • The Abbe Prevost – A Play by Helen Waddell – First Limited Numbered Signed edition – 1933

    The Abbe Prevost – A Play by Helen Waddell – First Limited Numbered Signed edition – 1933

    Superior production Published by Constable, London in 1933. Signed by the author and numbered 267 of a limited issue of 750 copies. Printed at the “Raven Press” in Harrow with a frontispiece engraved by Horace Walter Bray. Printed on thick cream paper rough cut to fore-edge, gilt to top. Original quarter velum over beige cloth covered boards. Gilt titles to front and spine.

    Very good condition … note on en paper inviting all communications to Miss Waddell’s agent at Lincoln’s Inn.

    A Play by esteemed Irish Playwright Helen Waddell, in a Prologue and Three Acts, over 57 pages, with Dramatis Personae of eight. The Prologue is set twenty years after the main events in the Library of the Chateau of the Prince de Conti. Act I is set in Lenski’s lodgings at the Hague in 173 and II and II in Prevost’s garret in Drury Lane, London in 1733.

    Abbe (Antoine Francois) Prevost (1697-1763) was a Benedictine Priest who fled France for London in 1728 after falling out with the Abbot. He became a teacher and writer and after a love affair with a pupil fled London for the Hague in 1730. There he met the beautiful Lenski (described by others as a lady of doubtful character) … got into trouble with creditors and fled back to London. It is these events which are the subject of this historical drama.

    Back in London, Prevost was briefly imprisoned for forgery. By 1735 he was forgiven by the Catholic faith and returned to Paris in 1735. A prolific writer, whilst all this was going on he published Manon Lescaut in 1731… one of Voyager’s favourites.

    A glimpse into the 18thC Life of Abbe Prevost

    $80.00

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  • Les Voila! – Gazette du Bon Ton Pochoir – Andre Marty -1920

    Les Voila! – Gazette du Bon Ton Pochoir – Andre Marty -1920

    Beautiful and one of our favourite hand coloured pochoir by Andre Marty (1882-1974) for the Paris Gazette du Bon Ton published in June 1920.

    “Les Voila” with summer dresses by Doeuillet.

    The ultimate in fashion print from a perfect era.

    Price unframed $160.00 or $290.00 in Voyager Bon Ton style

    Stylish summer and I can see it too!

    $160.00

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  • Le Lys Rouge – Gazette du Bon Ton Pochoir – Simone Puget -1914

    Le Lys Rouge – Gazette du Bon Ton Pochoir – Simone Puget -1914

    A beautiful hand coloured “Pochoir” by Simone A Puget (1879-1944) for the Paris Gazette du Bon Ton published in April 1914.

    Le Lys Rouge “The Red Lily” and a striking outfit by designer Paul Poiret … a gold fabric tunic and green jet embroidered skirt.

    See our pochoir “Salome” also a Puget pochoir of a Paul Poiret design making them a perfect and classy pair.

    The ultimate in fashion print from a perfect era.

    Price $160.00 unframed or $290.00 framed in Voyager Bon Ton style.

    Le Lys Rouge – striking image before its time

    $160.00

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