Lot 895: Nobel Prize Winners



2015-09-16 14:11:43

Lot 895: Nobel Prize Winners: A Rare Vintage Sepia Picture Postcard Featuring An Image Of The University At Leipzig Individually Signed To The Verso By Twelve Individuals, Three Of Them Nobel Prize Winners, Including Hans Von Euler-Chelpin (1873-1964) German-Born Swedish Biochemist, Nobel Prize Winner For Chemistry 1929 (Signed Hans Beneath A Brief Note In His Hand, In Pencil), Alfred Coehn (1863-1938) German Physicist & Chemist (Signed In Pencil With A Brief Note In His Hand), Max Bodenstein (1871-1942) German Physical Chemist, The First To Postulate A Chain Reaction Mechanism Which Was Later Applied To The Atomic Bomb (Fountain Pen Ink Signature Bodenstein), Wolf Johannes Muller (1874-1941) German Chemist (Fountain Pen Ink Signature Wolf J Muller), Jean D'Ans (1882-1969) German Chemist (Pencil Signature D'Ans), Otto Hahn (1879-1968) German Chemist, Nobel Prize Winner For Chemistry 1944 (Fountain Pen Ink Signature Otto Hahn), Wilhelm Manchot (1869-1945) German Chemist (Pencil Signature Manchot), Friedrich Paneth (1887-1958) Austrian-Born British Chemist (Fountain Pen Ink Signature Fritz Paneth), Svante Arrhenius (1859-1927) Swedish Scientist, Nobel Prize Winner For Chemistry 1903 (Fountain Pen Ink Signature, Svante Arrhenius), Ferdinand Henrich (1871-1945) German Organic Chemist (Pencil Signature Henrich), Ernst Hermann Riesenfeld (1877-1957) German-Swedish Chemist (Fountain Pen Ink Signature, Riesenfeld) And One Other. The Postcard Is Hand Addressed In Pencil By Euler-Chelpin To His Second Wife, Elisabeth, Baroness Of Ugglas (1887-1973) Who Participated In Collaborations With Her Husband. An Unusual Grouping Of Signatures. Vg. The Present Postcard Was Signed During The Annual General Meeting Of The German Bunsen-Society For The Application Of Physics And Chemistry At Leipzig, 21St - 23Rd September 1922. International Autograph Auctions' Autograph Auction October 2015 Saturday, 3rd October 2015 Estimate: £400-600
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