Stephen Hawking: The personal astronomer of the deceased was sold at an auction of 1.8 million pounds.
Christie's Auction House organized an auction of Professor Stephen Hawking to $ 1.8 million ($ 77 million).
Personal record of Professor Stephen Hawking, including the signature of the doctoral dissertation from 1965. Make more than 1.8 million pounds (about 77 million) at the auction.
Christie, the leading fine art auctioneer, sold 22 of her works at the auction. According to world known physics, Cambridge died in March.
Copy "Properties of the Extended Universe", one of the remaining five was auctioned for £ 584,750 (approximately 25,16 million).
The first wheelchair was sold at 296,750 pounds (approximately 12.77 million baht). Donations from the auction will be donated. And his speech when he appears. Comic tale "Simpsons" in the United States. It was sold at 6,250 pounds (approximately 268,961 baht)
Christie said before the 9-day online auction that the auctioned points were representative. "The Highest Victory of Scientific Wisdom of Misery"
Hawking signed his glorious doctoral dissertation twice. He was named the year he was diagnosed with the disease of motor neurons.
It is expected that the auction will be up to 150,000 pounds (6.46 million baht), but the interest around the world is more than four times higher than the price.
The auction products also include medals. Teaching articles and works by other important scientists such as Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin and Albert Vale. Stein sells at a price of 10 thousand pounds (over 430,000 baht).
Hawking's Short History of Time, signed in 1988 with a stamped stamp, sells for £ 68,750 ($ 2.96 million) more than the estimated value. At £ 3,000 (around 129,101 bars)
The auction amounted to 1,824,375 pounds (approximately 78.5 million baht).
Lucy's daughter Lucy said Christie helped the families. "The unique and valuable personal and professional business of our beloved father."
The proceeds of the auction of red leather brands will be donated to the Stephen Hawking Foundation and Alzheimer's Association.
Sophie Hopkins, the original author, writer and archivist at Christies, said about the series that brought the auction. "Very characteristic"