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1077

[COLLECTABLE BOOKS] — FROM THE LIBRARY OF BARBARA AND FRANK SINATRA

[COLLECTABLE BOOKS] — FROM THE LIBRARY OF BARBARA AND FRANK SINATRA

[COLLECTABLE BOOKS] — FROM THE LIBRARY OF BARBARA AND FRANK SINATRA

[COLLECTABLE BOOKS] — FROM THE LIBRARY OF BARBARA AND FRANK SINATRA

GROUP OF COLLECTABLE BOOKS FROM THE SINATRA'S PERSONAL COLLECTION


Lot includes: 

Bernard Lorjou. Le Bestiare. Paris, 1965. Signed limited edition in clamshell box. – Antoine De Saint-Exupery. The Little Prince. New York: 1943. First edition in jacket. – D.H. Lawrence. Lady Chatterley’s Lover. Florence: 1928. Signed limited. Custom slipcase. – William Faulkner. Salmagundi. Milwaukee: 1928. Stiff wrappers. 1 of 525 copies. – Carl Sandburg. Abraham Lincoln. New York: 1954. Custom blue morocco, gilt binding. Presentation copy to Frank from Joan and James. – Longfellow. Kavanagh. Boston: 1849. Publisher’s plum cloth. – Sherwood Anderson. Nearer the Grass Roots. San Francisco: 1929. Cloth. Signed by the author. – Byron. Works. Brussels: 1830. Modern half calf binding. – Oliver Lange. Vandenberg. New York: 1970. Advance proof in printed wrappers. – Igor Sikorsky. The Story of the Winged S. New York: 1958. In jacket. Inscribed to Frank Sinatra. – William Saroyan. The Daring Young Man… New York: 1934. Lacks jacket. Inscribed by the author to William Goetz.

Some general wear.


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