1940’s Vogue two-sided picture record Boy Who Cried Wolf/Trial of Bumble Bee
Current price $50.00
Listing type Chinese
Location Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 191** US
Quantity sold 0
Quantity available 1
Seller marrken213 (467)
Seller rating 97.6% positive feedback
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Vogue the Picture Record. R-745. Ten inch/78 RPM record manufactured between 1946 and 1947. Two-sided: The Boy Who Cried Wolf Part 1 (P-62) and The Trial of “Bumble”, the Bee Part 1 (P-80). Recorded by The Jewell Playhouse under the direction of James Jewell. Colorful illustrations for both sides by Max Kanouse. Vinyl in good condition. Some light scratches. Illustrations in very good condition. Colors bright. Record is untested.
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