GLENN T. SEABORG - TYPESCRIPT SIGNED - HFSID 72454
Sale Price $288.00
GLENN T. SEABORG
1964 first day cover honoring President John F. Kennedy's Nuclear Test Ban Treaty and signed by Glenn T. Seaborg, who shared the 1951 Nobel Prize for Chemistry
Typescript signed "Glenn S Seaborg". Black and blue ink stamps on verso. 8½x10¾. Printed copy of the 1963 Nuclear Test Ban Treaty with a b/w cachet of President John F. Kennedy and facsimile signatures of the signatories. Postmarked Boston, Massachusetts, May 29, 1964. One 5-cent b/w Kennedy/eternal flame stamp affixed. With First Day Of Issue stamp in black ink near bottom edge. Seaborg (1912-1999) shared the 1951 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work as co-discoverer of elements #94 Plutonium, #95 Americium, #96 Curium, #97 Berkelium and #98 Californium. Later, he played a part in creating elements #99 Einsteinium, #100 Fermium, #101 Mendelevium and #102 Nobelium. In 1994, a new element (#106 Seaborgium) was named after him, the first time the honor has been bestowed upon a living person. Lightly stained, creased and bowed. Normal postal stamps, which touch signature. Otherwise in fine condition.
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