New York, Simon & Schuster, 1959. First Edition. First Impression. Hardback. A stunning copy, by far the best we've had and possibly the best we've seen. An index card signed by Bloch is laid in. A classic work of horror fiction, and the basis for the fine Hitchcock film. A lovely copy, a highlight of modern first edition collecting and an rare opportunity. The block is toned, as is common. There is a little rubbing to the jacket at the spine tips, and the boards are a touch toned. One neat, tiny closed tear to the fold - barely visible. Cover art by Tony Palladino [7439, Hyraxia Books].