Sotheby’s is auctioning a full set of Supreme Skateboards for an estimated price of $1 million

When it comes to premium goodies for collectors, no auction house nails it quite like Sotheby’s. After selling a ton of rare Memorabilia, the marquee is now set to auction a full set of Supreme Skateboards, a collection that will graces its buyer with rare and unused pieces of the brand produced right since 1998.

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Entitled as ’20 years of Supreme’, the exquisite ensemble includes an archive of diligently and passionately assembled skates by collector Ryan Fuller. Included in the collection are extremely rare pieces like the Monogram set, the Ryan McGuinness Pantone set, the Last Supper set, the Dan Colen set, the Damien Hirst sets, and the KAWS Box Logo set. There’s also a luxe Supreme x Louis Vuitton skateboard trunk that comes complete with the deck, tool kit, wheels, and shoulder strap. A total of 248 designs are being offered as a single lot and will be sold with no Buyer’s Premium for an estimated price of $800,000 to $1.2 million.

Commenting on the premium archive, Fuller stated, “You can take each deck and break them down. Some are crazy expensive. Some are not that crazy, but the fact that it’s the entire collection makes it very unique and valuable. It’s the one and only complete collection of Supreme decks out there.” The ‘20 years of Supreme’ collection will remain open for online bidding through January 25th and will be exhibited in Sotheby’s New York City galleries until January 20th.


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