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Late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs’ old pair of Birkenstock sandals were bought for over $218,000 at auction over the weekend, according to the auction house that facilitated the sale.
The brown sandals, which bear the imprint of Jobs’ feet from wear in the 70s and 80s, were estimated prior to the auction to sell for $60,000 to $80,000, the online listing from Julien’s Auctions said. The purchaser, who also got an accompanying non-fungible token, was not identified by the auction house.
RARE STEVE JOBS MEMORABILIA, ITEMS FROM APPLE'S ORIGINS GO UP FOR AUCTION
Jobs’ former house manager, Mark Sheff, previously had ownership of the Birkenstocks, according to Julien’s Auctions.