Feb 27, 2014
By Jane Brown
The typed script is valued at up to $37,000. It’s filled with Orson Welles’ notes and re-writes. It’s marked Mr. Welles’ working copy on the front page.
It’s part of a collection by the late Stanley Seeger. He was a wealthy collector of everything from great works of art to historical oddities.
The collection includes 100 million year-old dinosaur eggs, Winston Churchill’s armchair, and a cocktail shaker once owned by Al Capone.