WORLDS-ANTIWORLDS. NOBEL PRIZE WINNER. SIGNED. Hannes ALFVEN.
WORLDS-ANTIWORLDS. NOBEL PRIZE WINNER. SIGNED
WORLDS-ANTIWORLDS. NOBEL PRIZE WINNER. SIGNED
WORLDS-ANTIWORLDS. NOBEL PRIZE WINNER. SIGNED
WORLDS-ANTIWORLDS. NOBEL PRIZE WINNER. SIGNED
WORLDS-ANTIWORLDS. NOBEL PRIZE WINNER. SIGNED

WORLDS-ANTIWORLDS. NOBEL PRIZE WINNER. SIGNED

San Francisco: W. H. Freeman and Company, 1966. First American Edition. Cloth. 103 pp. SIGNED/INSCRIBED by Nobel Prize Winner Hannes Alfven in ink to the American inventor William P. (Bill) Lear on the half title: "To William P. Lear with best compliments Hannes Alfven". Translated by Rudy Feichtner. Illustrated dust jacket. Blue cloth. 5 1/2" x 8 1/4". Professor Alfven's challenging work on antimatter and the development of the metagalaxy. Professor Hannes Alfven (1908-1995) was a distiguished Swedish physicist who won the 1970 Nobel Prize in Physics. William (Bill) Lear (1902-1978) was a self-taught American inventor and businessman, best known for founding the Lear Jet Corporation and developing the 8-track audio cartridge. A very nice associtation copy. A Fine copy in a Near Fine dust jacket (slight edgewear), now in a clear mylar protective sleeve. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING of our books in boxes via media mail to any United States address. Fine / Near Fine. Item #2243

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