Schindler’s List can soon be yours.
No, not a DVD of the 1993 Oscar-winning movie.
The actual list that was named for German businessman Oskar Schindler and and on which is scrolled the 801 names of workers he believed to be vital for his enamel factory, thereby saving them from concentration camps.
Four original copies of this list exist and the one up for auction on eBay is comprised of 14 pages. Its starting bid price? $3 million.
"Don’t miss your chance to own a piece of history that has inspired many on the difference one person can make in the face of great danger,” eBay reads along with a photo of the legendary item.
Said Eric Gazin - a California collector and the owner of AuctionCause.com - to The New York Post:
“We decided to sell the list on eBay because it has over 100 million worldwide members, and this is a global story. There are billionaires using the site, wealthy celebrities. We like the platform.”
The winning bidder will be required to fork over a $10,000 down payment within a week of earning the list. He or she will then received an affidavit from Itzhak Stern (Schindler’s accountant) that the item is real.
Those who cannot afford to get involved can view a copy of Schindler's List for free at the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C.