There'll Always Be An England, framed 1939 vintage sheet music
This is original sheet music c1939/40 of the song 'There'll Always Be An England' written by lyricist Ross Parker and his composing partner Hughie Charles. It was sung by 10 year old Glyn Davies in the big patriotic finale of the film 'Discoveries'.
It's lasting popularity though was to come through Vera Lynn who made it one of her signature tunes.
-Black frame, measures 42.5cm H, 32.5cm W, 3.5cm D
-Clear perspex front
-Sheet music is mounted and fixed on white mountboard
-Can free stand but is best wall hung
Please note that I always photograph without the perspex in, to avoid reflections, the completed piece will always have the perspex fitted.
The sheet music is fixed to the whiteboard mount but you could unclip the back of the frame and read the sheet if you wanted to.
UK second class signed for postage is included in the price