Jim Flora Album Cover
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Shorty Rogers Courts the Count. Jim Flora (1914-1998) is best known for his wildly absurd album covers (Columbia Jazz and RCA) and the children's books he wrote and illustrated. This gently used vintage product is in good condition. Shows some signs of age. 1954. Gatefold cover. Ring wear on verso. Moderate wear from age. Former owner's name in pen on verso. Includes black wood frame with glass. This item is being sold for its design value and has not been tested. Includes complete album (with record).
Album: H 12.5" W 12.5"
Frame: H 14.5" W 14.5" D 0.75"
Material: Paper, Vinyl, Wood, Glass
Care: Wipe with a dry cloth.