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Auction is for a million dollar paper and hockey wheel chair



The FIG Wheelchair Using the deceased's engine British physicist Stephen Hawking On Thursday, it sold about 300,000 pounds sterling (393,000 dollars) Doctoral thesis A charity to raise money is four times higher than expected.

Hawking, who explored the origin of the universe, passed away in March, close to 76 years of age, with most of his life combined with a wheelchair.

Some of his belongings, including notes, medals, and prizes, were sold online by letters and manuscripts by Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin and Albert Einstein, with a copy of his "Book Brief of Time" signature with a hand.

Hockey theory, "Development of Universities" in 1965On the 117 pages, it sold 584,750 pounds, upwards of £ 150,000.

Medals and prizes have risen to £ 296,750, higher than 15,000 pounds. The red wheelchair was sold for 296,750 pounds.

The aim of mobilizing funds for the Stephen Hawking Foundation and the Neuron Diseies Association Motors was conducted at Christie's online auction.

Stephen Hawking was a great man from around the world. The chairman of the handwriting department, Thomas Wenning, told Reuters in a London-based auction.


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