Charles Darwin On the Origin of Species 1st First Edition Worth $200,000 Now
To auction, buy, consign or sell your Charles Darwin On the Origin of Species 1st first edition for $100,000 or more, please contact Nate D. Sanders at (310) 440-2982 or email him at Nate@NateDSanders.com. We will also grant you a high reserve which no other auction house will let you do. Free FedEx pickup, free insurance and free FedEx shipping from the UK to our auction house in Los Angeles. Interest-free cash advances are also available.
Charles Darwin On the Origin of Species 1st First Edition
Here are actual Charles Darwin On the Origin of Species 1st first edition prices realized and we can get these prices for you at our auction house, Nate D. Sanders Auctions (http://www.NateDSanders.com):
Charles Darwin On the Origin of Species 1st first edition in 2017 — over $200,000
Charles Darwin On the Origin of Species 1st first edition in 2016 — around $80,000
Charles Darwin On the Origin of Species 1st first edition in 2016 — $100,000
For some more information regarding our auction business and its sale of rare scientists, here is a news article about our auction house from Live Science and how we sold an Albert Einstein piece for $125,000 in July 2017:
Iconic Photo of Einstein Sticking Out His Tongue Sells for $125,000
Credit: Arthur Sasse/Nate D. Sanders Auctions
The image of Albert Einstein sticking his tongue out is probably one of most ubiquitous (and memorable) photos of the Nobel Prize-winning physicist. For decades, it has papered the walls of middle-school science classrooms and college dorm rooms. But now, someone has purchased the real thing for $125,000.The autographed print was sold Thursday (July 27) by the Los Angeles-based Nate D. Sanders auction house to an unnamed buyer.The picture had been taken after Einstein’s 72nd birthday party at Princeton University on March 14, 1951.
As the story goes, Einstein stuck his tongue out at a group of photographers who were trying to get the scientist to pose for them as he left the party. Photographer Arthur Sasse of the wire service UPI got the lucky shot.
Sell Your Charles Darwin On the Origin of Species 1st First Edition for Up to $200,000 Now
Einstein himself was a fan of the photo and even asked UPI for nine prints to use as personal greeting cards, according to the auction house.Most of the prints were cropped to include only Einstein’s face, but the 7x 10-inch print that was sold this week offers a slightly more extended view, showing Einstein between Frank Aydelotte, an English professor and head of the Institute of Advanced Study at Princeton University, and Aydelotte’s wife, Marie Jeanette.The print is even signed by Einstein along the left margin, “A. Einstein .51.”Prints, letters and other memorabilia associated with Einstein often draw high bids at auctions. Earlier this year, someone spent nearly $54,000 on Einstein’s 1953 written response to a physics teacher who seemed to have questions about the theory of special relativity. An Einstein-inscribed Bible was sold for $68,500 in 2013. And a 1939 letter Einstein wrote to a New York hat merchant who helped Jews escape the Nazi regime sold for $12,500 in 2014.
End Live Science story.
Whenever our auction house obtains a jaw dropping item, the press posts a story about our auction house from newspapers such as The New York Times to stations such as the BBC, CNN or Fox News. Charles Darwin On the Origin of Species 1st first edition at Nate’s might generate similar publicity.
Thomas Jefferson Scarce Signed 1st Edition of the First U.S. Census — One of Only a Handful Signed & Ratified by Jefferson
Volume also includes a press copy of an autograph letter signed by Jefferson, affixed to rear endpaper, dated 8 October 1797, measuring 6.5” x 7.75”. Letter concerns a quarterly dividend of ”a few dollars over 300”, payable to Col. James Monroe. A rare opportunity for the very first census of the United States, signed by its 3rd President, with other such copies selling for approx. $100,000. With provenance from Christie’s 21 June 2013 sale, lot 147, where this copy sold for $62,500. We sold it for $66,435.