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Auction, buy, consign or sell your Andreas Vesalius De humani corporis fabrica first 1st edition for up to $300,000, at 0% commission and an interest-free cash advance at the Nate D. Sanders Auction House (http://www.NateDSanders.com).  Please call 310.440.2982 or email Nate@NateDSanders.com today.

Andreas Vesalius De humani corporis fabrica first 1st edition

Andreas Vesalius De humani corporis fabrica first 1st edition has just sold for under $350,000 and we can get this price for you and with offering you 0% commission.  The price is about 10% higher than the Andreas Vesalius De humani corporis fabrica first 1st edition sold in 2015.

We at Nate D. Sanders Auction House have many billionaire clients with scientific collecting interests and we also possess a great knack for getting an item such as your Andreas Vesalius De humani corporis fabrica first 1st edition into the medical press.  Just one month ago, we sold an Albert Einstein signed photo for $125,000.  Here is a Gizmodo and Popular Mechanics article about this:

http://www.popularmechanics.com/culture/news/a27606/einsteins-tongue-photo-just-sold-for-125000/

Einstein’s Tongue Photo Just Sold for $125,000

Genius at its most puckish.

One of the original copies of one the most iconic pictures of the 20th Century, Albert Einstein sticking his tongue out, has just sold at auction for $125,000. The buyer was anonymous.

The picture displays Einstein at his most puckish. Taken on his 72nd birthday on March 14, 1951, the German-born scientist had grown weary of the barrage of photographers. So when Arthur Sasse of the press agency UPI approached for a photo, he stuck his tongue out. Many photographers were around, but only Sasse and his editors thought to publish the photo.

Einstein was delighted with the photo and ordered several prints. He autographed several of them, one of these found its way to the Nate D. Sanders auction house in Los Angeles.

The photo is different than the one that has made its way into dorm rooms and t-shirts for decades: It also shows Dr. Frank Aydelotte, head of the Institute of Advanced Study in Princeton where Einstein worked, and Aydelotte’s wife, at the Princeton Club.

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In one of our recent books and manuscripts auction, we sold a Nobel Prize for almost $800,000.  We had two billionaires bid against each other and they are now in the market for a Andreas Vesalius De humani corporis fabrica first 1st edition.  Here is the article from NBC News on our Nate D. Sanders auction house and our $765,000 sale:

https://www.nbcnews.com/science/science-news/physicist-leon-ledermans-nobel-prize-goes-auction-block-n365671

Physicist Leon Lederman’s Nobel Prize Medal Sells for $765,000

The Nobel Prize gold medal that physicist Leon Lederman won in 1988 was auctioned off on Thursday for a winning bid of $633,335, plus a buyer’s premium that brought the final price to $765,002.

That put the transaction at No. 4 on the list of 10 Nobel Prize sales over the past 30 years, said Sam Heller, a spokesman for Nate D. Sanders Auctions. The reserve price had been set at $325,000, and six bids were received during a back-and-forth session that went almost two hours into overtime.

“I’m shocked it sold at all,” Lederman’s wife, Ellen, told The Associated Presson Friday. “We would let little kids play with it and have their picture taken.”

Auction manager Laura Yntema told NBC News that the winning bid was placed online — but she declined to provide further information about the buyer, citing the auction house’s confidentiality rules.

Lederman, 92, won a share of the physics prize for his role in the discovery of the muon neutrino — but he’s arguably best-known for his 1993 book about the search for the Higgs boson, titled “The God Particle.” That label for the elusive subatomic particle rankles some physicists to this day. (Lederman joked that his publisher wouldn’t let him use his preferred title, “The Goddamn Particle.”)

Lederman used his share of the money from the 1988 Nobel Prize to buy a vacation cabin in Idaho — which he and his wife now use as their principal residence.

Ellen Lederman, who is 67, told AP that she and her husband have been living comfortably in retirement, but that they now face potentially costly medical bills and uncertainty following a diagnosis of dementia for the Nobel-winning physicist.

“It’s terrible,” she said. “It’s really hard. I wish it could be different. But he’s happy. He likes where he lives with cats and dogs and horses. He doesn’t have any problems with anxiety, and that makes me glad that he’s so content.”

In a statement forwarded to NBC News by Fermilab, where Lederman worked for decades, the couple said they hoped the auction would raise “the awareness of physics research in the United States and around the world.”

Andreas Vesalius De humani corporis fabrica Nobel Prize Awarded to Physicist Leon Lederman in 1988 -- Won for His Groundbreaking Discovery of a New Atomic Particle -- One of Only 10 Nobel Prizes Ever to Be Auctioned Andreas Vesalius De humani corporis fabrica Nobel Prize Awarded to Physicist Leon Lederman in 1988 -- Won for His Groundbreaking Discovery of a New Atomic Particle -- One of Only 10 Nobel Prizes Ever to Be Auctioned Andreas Vesalius De humani corporis fabrica Nobel Prize Awarded to Physicist Leon Lederman in 1988 -- Won for His Groundbreaking Discovery of a New Atomic Particle -- One of Only 10 Nobel Prizes Ever to Be Auctioned Andreas Vesalius De humani corporis fabrica Nobel Prize Awarded to Physicist Leon Lederman in 1988 -- Won for His Groundbreaking Discovery of a New Atomic Particle -- One of Only 10 Nobel Prizes Ever to Be Auctioned
Andreas Vesalius De humani corporis fabrica Nobel Prize Awarded to Physicist Leon Lederman in 1988 -- Won for His Groundbreaking Discovery of a New Atomic Particle -- One of Only 10 Nobel Prizes Ever to Be Auctioned Andreas Vesalius De humani corporis fabrica Nobel Prize Awarded to Physicist Leon Lederman in 1988 -- Won for His Groundbreaking Discovery of a New Atomic Particle -- One of Only 10 Nobel Prizes Ever to Be Auctioned
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