218 FRISCO “JASS” BAND: Umbrellas to Mend (One-step).  EDISON 3485.  Has replacement box cover from another source.

219 EARL FULLER’S FAMOUS JAZZ BAND: Jazzin’ Around (One-step).  EDISON 3572. Has replacement box cover from another source.

220 VINCENT LOPEZ ORCH.  Parade of the Wooden Soldiers.  EDISON 4614.

221 HARRY RADERMAN’S JAZZ ORCH: Broadway Rose.  EDISON 4224.  Box cover missing.

222 STEVENS’ QUARTET:  Jennie (Fox-trot).  EDISON 4728.  Has replacement box cover from another source. Other stuff:

223 Two letter-sized unadressed first-day covers for the 1986 22-cent Duke Ellington commemorative stamp. Both have full color “Ebonaire” cachets, one depicting Duke alone, the other with a composite image of Duke, Fats, Hines & Basie.

224 Postcard-sized photo of Bon Howard seated at piano. Ink-inscibed to previous owner by Howard. Item has a fold crease. Also included is Howard’s business card bearing his cartoon image, address & phone no.

225 Unadressed 3x5 postcard with MCA photo of Jack Teagarden posed holding trombone.

226 Unadressed 3x5 postcard with photo of Jack Teagarden in different pose holding trombone. The message part of the card is a blurb for Martin trombones.

227 A 6x4 hardbound autograph book containing 15 musician autographs mostly in pencil and mostly inscribed to the previous owner. Includes all of the 1952 George Shearing Quintet, some members of the 1954 Jack Teagarden Orch. (but not Tea), Ray Bauduc, Jimmy McPartland, Bob Wilber, Bud Freeman.

228 Out of the past from the Q.R.S. factory, here is a roll of several hundred feet in length of 2” wide Kraft gummed sealing tape imprinted with the logo and legend “Q.R.S. Player Rolls Are Better.”  The gumming is functional. Amaze your collector friends by sending them boxes of records sealed with this tape.