To date, we have seen many products important to Apple and Steve Jobs go up for auction. A new one has been added to these pieces, which are very important for technology fans. An unnamed collector Steve Jobs’ slipper for $218k he bought.
Steve Jobs’ slipper found buyers for $218,000
The winner of the auction, launched last weekend by Julien’s Auctions, has been announced. The “used but undamaged” brown slipper, which was stated to have been worn by Steve Jobs in the 1970s and 1980s, was sold for $218 thousand. birkenstocks The highest price ever paid for a pair of slippers by the brand.
“The cork and jute sole preserves the imprint of Steve Jobs’ feet, which were shaped after years of use,” the organization running the auction said in a statement. In the photo on the website of Julien’s Auctions, it is possible to see the footprints of Jobs.
It was stated that Steve Jobs’ old slippers were taken out of the trash. It has been reported that the Birkenstocks slippers, which are expected to sell between 60 thousand and 80 thousand dollars, interestingly go up to 218 thousand 750 dollars. An NFT was also gifted along with the slipper.
It should be noted that these slippers, which belonged to Jobs, have been in various exhibitions for a long time. Jobs’ ex-wife and mother of his first child, Lisa. by Chrisann Brennan According to his description, these slippers were part of Steve Jobs’ “uniform.”
Jobs, who died in 2011 at the age of 56, is still one of the most important names in the technology world. So much so that he was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by US President Joe Biden in the past months.
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