Oskar Schindler’s Personal Possessions Sell For Over $46,000

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Personal possessions of German businessman Oskar Schindler, who saved the lives of more than 1,200 Jews he employed in his factory during the Holocaust, sold for more than $46,000.

The items – his Longines wristwatch, a compass, a 1938 Sudetenland Medal, two fountain pens, and a business card – were sold as a lot on Thursday by the Boston-based RR Auction, for more than the $25,000 it was expected to attract.

The items were from the estate of Schindler’s wife, Emilie, who died in 2001, according to the auction house.

Read more at Arutz Sheva.



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