The Ethiopian Serenaders 1847 Sheet Music with Man Playing The Bones Banjos Squeeze Box and Drum

Title: The Only Correct & Authorized Edition Music of The Ethiopian Serenaders
Year: Dated on the front 1847
Publisher: William HAll and Son 239 Broadway Corner of Park Place & Firth Pond & Co. Franklin Square.
Amazing image of 5 musicians playing, one on the bones, two banjos, one squeeze box and one man on drum. A facsimile of the signatures of the musicians under the drawing.

“The Ethiopian Serenaders was a blackface minstrel troupe from the 1840s. Their first major performance was for John Tyler at the White House in 1844 as part of the “Especial Amusement of the President of the United States, His Family and Friends”


Size: 11 x 14 inches
Condition: The image is very fine with minor soiling to the soft ground lithograph. The black is still bold. The paper edge is chipped but does not effect the amazing image. The pages are intact, but you can see the pages are weakened at the fold. Please see the images for details.

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Period

1800s

Date Posted

10/26/18

Price

$170.00

Shipping

$8.00

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Price

$170.00

Shipping

$8.00

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