NOT SOLD (BIDDING OVER)
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WAS NOT SOLD, auction date was 2009 Oct 09 @ 12:00UTC-7 : PDT/MST
Gold-plated brass ring with Hebrew inscription from Schindler’s List, presented to Liam Neeson as “Oskar Schindler”. (Universal, 1993) Brass ring with Hebrew inscription in the inside edge, taken from the Talmud, which translated reads “He who saves one life, saves the whole world”. This ring was presented to Liam Neeson’s character at the end of the film by all of the grateful Jewish workers he had saved from certain death at the hands of the Nazis. Fashioned from gold taken from one of his worker’s teeth, it’s after Schindler receives this ring that he breaks down, remorseful that he did not sell every one of his worldly possessions to save more Jews. An important and highly symbolic piece from the most poignant moment of the film. From the personal collection of Batia Grafka, the film’s prop master and includes a LOA.
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