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Since Gutenberg first printed it, there have been hundreds of millions of copies of The Bible sold. The exact numbers are impossible to tell, but, it may very well be the most popular book in the history of humanity. So how much could one copy possibly be worth? That depends on who it belonged to, and this copy was the property of one of the leading minds in modern history; Albert Einstein.
A man of science, the German-born Nobel Prize-winning physicist wasn’t much for religion. But, he was schooled in biblical lore. A gift from his wife Elsa and himself to their American friend Harriett Hamilton, in 1932 Einstein inscribed the notable Bible as an "inexhaustible source of worldly wisdom and solace."