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Einstein Photograph With Unpublished Poem Signed For Sale
Original handwritten poem by Albert Einstein!
“Ms. Inge quickly hurries by
What gentle breeze, what clear blue sky
Gaze without horror, without fear
Upon the landscape you hold so dear”
Einstein, Albert. Rare Unpublished Poem Signed, handwritten on a postcard photograph, 5 ½
in. x 3 ½ in., black and white, featuring a casual photograph of Einstein
sailing peacefully on his small sailboat.
Einstein pens in black ink, in German:
“Frl. Inge kam geschwind
Denn es gab heut Damenwind
Wohlsein ohne Angst und Grauen
Kann die Landschaft man beschauen
In English, this translates to:
Inge quickly hurries by
gentle breeze, what clear blue sky
without horror, without fear
the landscape you hold so dear
Sailing was one of Einstein’s greatest pleasures
outside of his work. He enjoyed the
simplicity of gliding through water and wind, and he maneuvered his small
sailboat with great skill. Out on the
water, he typically carried a small notebook with him to jot down thoughts,
with the beautiful surroundings providing relaxation and inspiration.
A delightful piece of
spontaneous poetry from Einstein. In
fine condition. (#25299)
This item offered by Profiles in
History, the nation's leading dealer in authentic historical
manuscripts and original Hollywood memorabilia. Shipping is via Federal
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Einstein Photograph With Unpublished Poem Signed: $5,950