* AMERICAN STAMP POLKA, THE.
Wm. A. Pond & Co. New York. 1864
By Maria Seguin. At head of title: To my sister Jennie. Lith. Sarony, Major and Knapp. [n. art.] 6 pp., pp. 2, 7 and 8 blank. Plate Mark 5728.
Illustration: Seventy cancelled U. S. postage stamps.
* LOVE LETTER, THE. G. E. Blake. Philadelphia. [ca. 1820]
Composed and Sung by Mr. Braham in Family Quarrels. 6 pp., pp. 2 and 6 blank.
Illustration: Very small engraved letter under caption title. Addressed to "Miss SallyPhiladelphia," bearing circular cancellation reading "New York May 9" at upper left; the slanted word "Ship" in upper center; circle around figure "6" to right of "Ship"; "12 1/2" at upper right.
¶ Before the days of adhesive stamps. It is unique in sheet music, and should prove very interesting to stamp collectors.
* POSTAL CARD GALOP. Wm. A. Pond & Co. New York. 1875
By Wm. A. Pond, Jr. Author of "Billiards on the Brain" "Sphinx Galop" "Too Thin" &c. At head of title: "To Hon. Thos. L. James. New York City." Lith: R. Teller. [n. art.] Figure 4 in 5 pointed star.  pp., p. 2 blank, adv. on p. 6. Music Type.
Illustration: Stamp on card reads "not U. S. postage, not one cent." Card itself reads "This is not a lawful United States postal card and you may write the address & message where you like & send it."
* STAMP GALOP. Oliver Ditson & Co. Boston. 1864
Composed by Arthur O'Leary. Lith: J. H. Bufford. [n. art.] 6 pp., pp. 2 and 6 blank.
Illustration: Forty-three stamps on front cover, from all countries of the world, including U. S.