Arts & Culture

Collecting Schindler’s List

One of Oskar Schindler’s famous lists that saved thousands of lives during WW2, is up for sale, and will go for 2.2 million dollars.  The item will not be auctioned off, instead it will be sold to the person most … Read More

By / March 24, 2010

One of Oskar Schindler’s famous lists that saved thousands of lives during WW2, is up for sale, and will go for 2.2 million dollars.  The item will not be auctioned off, instead it will be sold to the person most willing to shell out the large chunk of change for the historic document.  There is no word on what parties are interested, but one has to wonder that aside from the obvious (museums, universities, etc.), who would really want to go to the house of some private collector in Long Island who shows you his pictures of France, his collection of rare books, and hey look, Schindler’s list over there next to the really good flatwareware.