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SIGNED BY ALBERT EINSTEIN

(EINSTEIN, Albert). Annalen der Physik. Leipzig, 1906.

First printing of two early and important Einstein papers: a revised edition of his doctoral dissertation, and his paper on Brownian motion, signed by Einstein in 1950 ("A. Einstein (50)") on page 289, the first page of his dissertation. $52,000.

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"PROF. EPSTEIN IS CERTAINLY ONE OF THE MOST PROMINENT LIVING THEORETICAL PHYSICISTS OF THE GERMAN-SPEAKING WORLD"

EINSTEIN, Albert. Autograph letter signed. No place, August 14, 1921.

Rare heartfelt autograph letter of recommendation written and signed by Einstein in German, enthusiastically recommending his friend and colleague, physicist Prof. Dr. Paul Epstein, for a German academic position. $35,000.

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"YOU MADE ME A TREMENDOUS PLEASURE WITH YOUR GOOD FEETED SANTA CLAUS"

EINSTEIN, Albert. Autograph letter signed. Princeton, December 25, 1941.

Lovely original autograph Christmas 1941 letter written and signed by Einstein thanking his correspondent, Jane, for sending a "feeted Santa Claus" [possibly a figurine] and sending a small toy in return. $25,000.

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"IT DOES NOT SEEM POSSIBLE TO ME THAT ANYTHING FUNDAMENTAL ABOUT THE LAWS OF NATURE CAN BE INFERRED FROM THE PLANETARY CONSTELLATION"

EINSTEIN, Albert. Typed letter signed. Princeton, New Jersey, January 13, 1942.

Wonderful typed letter signed by Einstein discussing planetary motion and the "fundamental laws of nature." $19,000.

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ENGAGING 1946 TYPED LETTER SIGNED BY ALBERT EINSTEIN, WARMLY THANKING HIS FRIEND, DR. ISADORE HELD, FOR BIRTHDAY WISHES AND FOR SENDING AN "ENLIGHTENING" BOOK

EINSTEIN, Albert. Typed letter signed. Princeton, April 3, 1946.

Original typed letter signed by Albert Einstein, thanking his friend, Dr. Isadore Held, for his birthday wishes as well as for sending a new book that Einstein found both "extraordinarily enlightening" and humorous. Text in German. $9500.

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"HELPED TO CONVINCE SKEPTICS OF THE PHYSICAL REALITY OF MOLECULES"

EINSTEIN, Albert. Investigations on the Theory of the Brownian Movement. London, 1926.

First edition in English of this collection of five papers contributed by Einstein to the Annalen der Physik and the Zeitschrift für Elektrochemie on Brownian Motion, in which he establishes that the mean velocity of a particle is not proportional to the time, but rather proportional to the square root of the time, and then investigates the mobility of a dissolved substance as dependent upon the osmotic pressure in the solution. A lovely copy in the original dust jacket. $8800.

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