“THE GREATEST INNOVATOR IN THE HISTORY OF AMERICAN FICTION”
FAULKNER, William. The Sound and the Fury. New York, 1929.
First edition of Faulkner’s masterpiece, in rare unrestored first-state dust jacket. $18,000.
"A FIELD ARCHAEOLOGIST MUCH AHEAD OF HIS TIME"
LYSONS, Samuel. An Account of Roman Antiquities Discovered at Woodchester. London, 1797.
First edition of this survey of the second-century Roman villa at Woodchester, an elephant folio lavishly illustrated with hand-colored aquatint title page and dedication leaf, two large aquatint vignettes, and 40 aquatint plates, 33 hand-colored, of which nine are double-page—including two lovely double-page views of Woodchester and the surrounding countryside. A splendid volume. $12,500.
PHOTOGRAPH OF DIRECTOR FRITZ LANG, INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY HIM
LANG, Fritz. Photograph signed. Beverly Hills, 1972.
Black-and-white photograph of film director Lang sitting at his desk, inscribed: “To Eduardo Sola’-Franco, with my very best wishes, Fritz Lang, Bev. Hills, July 72.” $1600.