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Sell Your Marquis Nicolas de Condorcet Autograph for up to Nearly $60,000 or More at Nate D. Sanders Auctions

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Below is a recent realized price for a Marquis Nicolas de Condorcet autograph. We at Nate D. Sanders Auctions can obtain up to these amounts or more for you:

Marquis Nicolas de Condorcet autograph. Sold for nearly $60,000.

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1910 Marie Curie Autograph Letter Signed “M. Curie” — “…An article concerning the Radium Institute is completely false [and] obviously conceived with malicious intent…”

Interesting Marie Curie autograph letter signed, dated 6 November 1910 from Paris on “Faculté des Sciences de Paris” letterhead, regarding construction of the famous Curie Radium Institute. Following the death of her husband Pierre Curie in 1906, Marie took his place as Professor of General Physics in the Faculté des Sciences, the first woman to hold this position. An onslaught of slanderous articles were written about her at this time, particularly as she began an affair with another scientist who was married. Letter, written in French, is addressed to the director of the newspaper “Les Temps” and reads: “An article concerning the Radium Institute which recently appeared in the last issue of the ‘Cri de Paris’ has just been forwarded to me. The information contained in this article is completely false. I have not as yet received either the plans or the estimates for this institute, nor have I made any of the demands mentioned in the article. I am hoping that this article, obviously conceived with malicious intent, will not be accepted by the press in a manner likely to contribute to the propagation of such a myth.” Letter, measuring 5.25″ x 8.5″ on one page, has minor toning, else near fine condition.  Sold for $7,866.

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Marie Curie 1910 Autograph Letter Signed “M. Curie” — “…An article concerning the Radium Institute is completely false [and] obviously conceived with malicious intent…”

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Jules Verne Signed Book: “Le Tour Du Monde”

Signed copy of Jules Verne’s “Le Tour Du Monde En Quatre-Vingts Jours.” J. Hetzel: Paris, circa 1880. 38th edition. French edition of “Round the World…” Signed in ink to half-title page, “Hommage de l’auteur / Jules Verne.” A classic signed copy of Verne’s most popular work which recounts the varied and wonderful adventures of Phileas Fogg and the faithful Passepartout. Wear to edges, ends and joints of half-marble boards. Light dampstaining slightly affects inscription, though signature remains clear. Box housed in black cloth hardcase; gilt writing to side reads “Tour Du Monde En Quatre-Vingts Jours / Jules Verne / Presentation Copy / Paris c. 1880”. Foxing and toning throughout, else good condition. Sold for $4,800.

Marquis Nicolas de Condorcet autograph
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Claude Monet Autograph Letter Signed — ”…I will not deprive myself of the pleasure of coming to see your Cezanne exhibition…”

Claude Monet autograph letter signed, dated 21 June 1907, mentioning his intention to see an exhibition of Paul Cezanne’s work, likely the first posthumous retrospective at the Salon d’Automne in 1907. Upon his ”Giverny near Vernon, Eure” letterhead, and written in Monet’s characteristic purple ink, letter translates in full, ”Dear Sir, I am quite upset that I was unable to take advantage of your good thought, but I was away (which I rarely am) and I was unaware of your your [sic] letter until my return, but I will not deprive myself of the pleasure of coming to see your Cezanne exhibition. With all my thanks for thinking of me, please believe in my sincere sympathies / Claude Monet”.  Two page letter measures 5.25” x 8”, on different leaves of bifolium, card-style stationery. Stamp of previous owner, otherwise near fine condition. Sold for $3,750.

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Claude Monet Autograph Letter Signed. Click to enlarge.

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