Lot 864: Passy, Frederic

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2015-09-16 14:11:38

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Lot 864: Passy Frederic: (1822-1912) French Economist. The First Nobel Peace Prize Winner, 1901. A.L.S., Frederic Passy, Four Pages, 8Vo, N.P., N.D., To A Journalist, In French. Passy Asks His Correspondent To Kindly Publish In His Newspaper His Thanks To All The People He Needs To Thanks And Can'T. He Further Refers To His Recent And Very Serious Traffic Accident And Describes It Accurately, Stating In Part '…The Sudden Shock Was So Violent That I Wasn'T Even Conscious; The Loss Of Conscience Was Absolute And Instantaneous.', And Explains Step By Step Which Ones Are The Medical Recommendations In Such Scenarios, 'When Someone Loses Conscience Because Of A Syncope, The First Thing To Do Is To Extend His Body, And That His Head Is At The Same Level As His Feet, To Allow Blood To Return To The Brain…..' A Letter Of Interesting Content. Small Tear To The Edge, And Another One To The Fourth Page Professionally Repaired, None Affecting The Text Or Signature. G International Autograph Auctions' Autograph Auction October 2015 Saturday, 3rd October 2015 Estimate: £100-150
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