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    Hans Geiger Typed Letter Signed "H. Geiger". One page postal card, 6" x 4", December 24, 1929, Tübingen, Germany, in German. Geiger writes to the K. Selmayr firm in Munich ordering a ". . . basic series of glass grillwork with spheres. . . ." Geiger, a German physicist, is best known as the co-inventor of the Geiger counter, and for the Geiger-Marsden experiment that discovered the atomic nucleus. Near fine.


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