Lot 948: Warburg, Otto Heinrich

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Lot 948: Warburg Otto Heinrich: (1883-1970) German Physiologist. Nobel Prize In Physiology, 1931, And Nominated For The Award 47 Times. Considered A Leading Biochemist. Warburg Served As Officer In The Elite Uhlan Cavalry During Wwi And Was Awarded The Iron Cross 1St Class. A.N.S., O.W., One Page, To A Postcard, Berlin, 9Th March 1938, To Professor Reinhard Dohrn, In German. Warburg Writes A Four Lines Note To His Colleague Stating In Full 'Dear Dohrn, The Octopus Blood Has Arrived Today In Perfect Conditions. Thank You Very Much.' To The Front Of The Postcard Bearing The King Wilhelm Institut Of Cellphysiology Of Berlin. Some Overall Age Wear, Otherwise Vg. Reinhard Dohrn (1880-1962) German Zoologist, Son Of Anton Dohrn (1840-1909) Prominent German Darwinist And Founder Of The First Zoological Research Station In The World International Autograph Auctions' Autograph Auction October 2015 Saturday, 3rd October 2015 Estimate: £150-200
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