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    Albert Einstein Signed Card With a Printed Message on a card. 5" x 3.25", n.p.; 1954. Printed message reads: "May I send you my warm thanks for your gracious message of congratulation on the occasion of my birthday. It was most thoughtful of you to remember me." Signed, "A. Einstein. 54."

    Einstein was born on March 14, 1879. In 1954, he celebrated his seventy-fifth birthday at home at 112 Mercer Street, Princeton, New Jersey. He only lived to celebrate one more birthday before dying in April 1955.

    Condition: Note is in fine condition and slabbed in a PSA/DNA case.


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    April, 2018
    18th Wednesday
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