Thursday , March 30 2023

Stephen Hawking: Astronomer auction of 1.8 million pounds


Stephen Hawking: The personal astronomer of the deceased was in auction for a total of £ 1.8 million.

Professor Stephen Hawking's auction came to £ 1.8m (£ 71m) at Christie's auction house.

Personal record of Professor Stephen Hawking. Includes his doctoral dissertation in 1965. Earning £ 1.8m (£ 77m) at the auction.

Christie, a leading art auction company, auctioned 22 of his works. World – renowned physicist Cambridge left the world in March.

One of the remaining five properties was auctioned at 584,750 pounds (about 22.56 million).

The first wheelchair he used was sold for 296,750 pounds (about 12.37 million baht) and the proceeds from the auction will be donated. And when he appeared his speech. "The Simpsons" comic sitcom. Sold for 6,250 pounds (about 268,961 baht).

Stephen Hawking:

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The first cart he used.

Christie said nine-day online auction auction items are representative. "The greatest victory of scientific wisdom on tragedy"

Hawking has twice signed a famous doctoral dissertation. He was named to the year of diagnosis of motor neuropathy.

The paper is expected to auction up to £ 150,000 (6.64 million baht), but the interest in the world is more than four times the price.

Auction items also include medals. Academic papers and works by prominent scientists such as Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, and Albert Vale. Stein is sold at a price of £ 10,000 (over 430,000 baht).

Professor Hawking's 1974 Blackhole Study

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Professor Hawking's 1974 Blackhole Study

Hawking is selling a "short history of time" signed with a stamp stamp in 1988 for £ 68,750 (about $ 2.96 million). 3000 pounds (about 129,101 baht)

The auctions totaled £ 1,824,375 (approx. 78.5 million baht).

Lucy 's daughter Lucy said Christy helped her family. "A unique and precious personal and professional deal for our loving father."

The proceeds from the Red Leather Safe Auctions will be donated to the Stephen Hawking Foundation and the Alzheimer's Association.

Christie's original author, writer and writer, Sophie Hopkins, talked about many things that brought the auction. "Very distinctive"

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