Item ID: 252498094861
Seller ID: dholz
Listing Type: Fixed Price Item
List Date: 08-12-2016
End Date: 05-12-2020
Category: Jazz & Big Band
Location: Cohoes, New York
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Duke ellington signed album page

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Celebrated American jazz musician, Edward Kennedy “Duke” Ellington (1899-1974), energetically scrawled his name on this pink album page. With a successful career spanning more than 50 years, Duke Ellington wrote more than one thousand compositions, many of which become standards, such as “It Don’t Mean a Thing (If it Ain’t Got That Swing)”. A pencil notation at the bottom right corner indicates that this was signed in person at Golden Gate on February the 2nd, 1945. 4 ½” x 5 ¾”. Condition: Perforated left edge where page was detached from album, otherwise in very good condition and quite displayable. Shipping Notes: We ship same day via USPS upon receipt of payment before 3 PM. Payments received Monday-Friday (after 3 PM) will be shipped the next morning. Payments received after 3 PM on Fridays and on Saturdays & Sundays will be shipped no later than the following Monday morning. A note about packing: Check our feedback. We take pride in our excellent packing. We double-box all fragile items to insure their safe journey through the postal system. This sometimes means it costs a little more to ship your item, but you can rest assured that it will arrive in one piece. International Buyers Please Note: Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding/buying. These charges are normally collected by the delivering freight (shipping) company or when you pick the item up; do not confuse them for additional shipping charges. We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as "gifts" - US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior.