An original “Schindler’s List” — named for Oskar Schindler, whose story is told in the 1993 Steven Spielberg movie — is up for sale for $2.4 million, The New York Post’s Page Six reports.
The report quotes the seller, Moments in Time’s Gary Zimet, saying: “The list is 14 pages long and … has [more than] 800 names. It is a complete list of the Jewish workforce that Schindler saved from death. I got the list from the nephew of Schindler’s right-hand man, Itzhak Stern.”
The list is one of just three known to still exist. Schindler, who was played by Liam Neeson in the Spielberg movie, is credited with saving more than 1,200 Jews from the Nazis. Stern was played by Ben Kingsley in the film.
The price may be a bargain. The list was previously up for auction in 2013, with the reserve price at that time set at $3 million, the report notes.