Saturday 26 November 2022 07:26 PM Einstein's handwritten maths notes tipped to fetch £50,000 at auction next week trends now

Saturday 26 November 2022 07:26 PM Einstein's handwritten maths notes tipped to fetch £50,000 at auction next week trends now
Saturday 26 November 2022 07:26 PM Einstein's handwritten maths notes tipped to fetch £50,000 at auction next week trends now

Saturday 26 November 2022 07:26 PM Einstein's handwritten maths notes tipped to fetch £50,000 at auction next week trends now

Einstein's handwritten maths notes tipped to fetch £50,000 at auction next week A sheet on Einstein's notes covered in calculations is tipped to sell for £50,000 Manuscript from October 1931 was months after he had to flee Nazi Germany Notes accompanied by letter from his wife, Elsa, to a friend describing America 

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A sheet of paper covered in the mathematics notes of renowned physicist Albert Einstein is tipped to sell for £50,000.

The genius mathematician wrote down a series of scientific equations in ink and pencil on the plain paper.

He crossed out small sections of the draft manuscript, showing even the finest minds make the odd mistake.

Einstein, who won the Nobel prize for physics in 1921, also made annotations explaining what he intended to achieve with his formulas.

He wrote the letter in October 1933, just months after he renounced his German citizenship and was forced to flee Nazi Germany.

A sheet of renowned physicist Albert Einstein's (pictured) mathematics notes covered in calculations is tipped to sell for £50,000

A sheet of renowned physicist Albert Einstein's (pictured) mathematics notes covered in calculations is tipped to sell for £50,000

The genius mathematician wrote down a series of scientific equations in ink and pencil on the plain paper

The genius mathematician wrote down a series of scientific equations in ink and pencil on the plain paper

Tragically, the exiled scientist signed off with the mournful message: 'Albert Einstein: From the graveyard of buried hopes'.

The notes are accompanied by a letter from his wife, Elsa Einstein, to a friend

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