Monday , January 17 2022

Stephen Hawking: The 1.8 million pound Sergeant's personal auction


Stephen Hawking: The deceased's sergeant was auctioned for a sum of £ 1.8 million.

Christie's auction house was arranged by Stephen Stephen of £ 1.8 million ($ 77 million) auction.

Personal record of Professor Stephen Hawking, including his 196th signature doctoral dissertation. Make over £ 1.8 million (around 77 million) at the auction.

Christie, a leading art auction company, took her 22 auctions to auction. After the world-renowned physicist, Cambridge, died in March.

Copy "Properties of the universe expanding," one of the other five was auctioned at £ 584,750 (approximately 25.16 million).

The first wheelchair used was sold at £ 296,750 (approximately 12.77 million baht). The auction earnings will be given. A speech when appearing in it. Sitcom comedy "The Simpsons" in the United States. I sold at 6,250 pounds (about 268,961 baht)

Stephen Hawking:

The first cart he used.

Christie said before the 9-day online auction that the items auctioned were representative. "The highest victory of scientific wisdom over sadness"

Hawking signed his famous doctorate twice a doctorate. I was named in the year when he was diagnosed with motor neurons.

The dissertation is expected to auction up to 150,000 pounds (6.46 million baht), but the interest from all over the world is more than four times the price.

Auction items also include medals. The scholarly articles and works by other prominent scientists, such as Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, and Albert Vale. Stein sells at a price of ten thousand pounds (over 430,000 baht).

Professor Hawking's research writes in 1974 on black holes.

Professor Hawking's research writes in 1974 on black holes.

Hawking, "Short History of Time", who signed a stamp stamp in 1988, sold at £ 68,750 (about $ 2.96 million) more than the value that is appreciated. At 3,000 pounds (about 129,101 baht)

The total auction was 1,824,375 pounds (approximately 78.5 million baht).

Lucy's daughter, Lucy, said that Christie had helped families. "A unique and valuable personal and professional bargain of dear dad."

The proceeds of a leather coffee auction will be given to Stephen Hawking Foundation and Alzheimer's Society.

Sophie Hopkins, the author, the author and the original archivist in Christians, said about the lot that brought the auction. "Very real feature"

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