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A message inside the violin...'Made for the worlds greatest scientist.'
A violin that belonged to genius Albert Einstein who later gifted it to a janitor's son has emerged for sale for £110,000.
Einstein fled Nazi Germany for America in 1933 and his arrival in the US was heralded by a cabinet maker who made a violin for Einstein.
The genius later gave it to the young son of a janitor at Princeton University.
It has been in the same family ever since and has now been put up for sale at auctioneers Bonhams.