$14,500Initial Offering Marketing Cap
$7.25Initial Offering Share Price
12/2019Initial Offering Date
Considered by Time Magazine to be the “Person of the Century”, Albert Einstein details the evolution of his views on classical mechanics, relativity, quantum mechanics and more in Albert Einstein: Philosopher-Scientist. This rare book is one of 760 limited, first edition volumes that was signed by Einstein himself and features the original German writing with an English translation by Professor of Philosophy Paul Arthur Schilpp. Of the 760 copies produced, 10 were saved for presentation and 750 were distributed to subscribers of the series. Signed copies comparable to Rally’s #EINSTEIN sold in the late nineties for low five-figure results. Since 1997, auction results for signed, first edition copies of Albert-Einstein: Philosopher-Scientist have increased by an average of 350%.
“In fifty years he has changed the course of physics even more than Galileo and Newton.”— Vincent Edward Smith, The Thomist: A Speculative Quarterly Review
Albert Einstein is born in the city of Ulm, within the German Empire, to Hermann Einstein and Pauline Koch.
Einstein marries his first wife, Mileva Maric.
Einstein’s “Annus Mirabilis” begins. Over the course of the year, he publishes four papers which revolutionize physics.
Einstein’s famous equation, E = mc2, is published in his fourth paper from 1905.
The University of Zurich grants Einstein his doctorate.
Einstein wins the Nobel Prize for 1921 a year late, after the committee originally determined none of the 1921 nominees were fit to win.
Due to the rise of Nazism in Germany, Einstein permanently relocates to the United States.
The first volume of the Library of the Living Philosophers edited by Paul Arthur Schilpp is published.
#EINSTEIN is published in the United States.
Einstein dies in Princeton, New Jersey.
Rally Rd. enters into a purchase option agreement for the acquisition of #EINSTEIN.
This #EINSTEIN is unrestored and is fine condition with few signs of wear. This volume is in Octavo format, is bound in the original publisher’s leatherette and comes with its original slipcase and glassine. The front page of #EINSTEIN displays its unique series number (715) and the handwritten inscription “Albert Einstein ‘49”. Paul Arthur Schilpp served the editor of this issue, which also features a frontispiece portrait of the author by Yousef Karsh.Invest Now
|Price Per Share||$7.25|
|Number of Shares||2000|
|Storage Location||Rally Rd.|
|Author||Albert Einstein ed. P. Schilpp|
|Publisher||Library of Living Philosophers|
|Rarity||1 of 760|
|Book Condition||Excellent, Fine|
|Inscriptions or Note||Signed by Author|