Apple founder Steve Jobs’s 50-year-old leather sandals are going to be auctioned, the price will blow your senses

People like to have things related to celebrities. Similarly, now the 50-year-old leather sandals of Apple co-founder Steven Paul Jobs are going to be auctioned. Hearing the price of which not everyone will be able to buy it. Starting from 11 November, this auction is expected to run till 13 November.

Died in 2011 at the age of 56

In fact, in 2003, Steve Jobs was diagnosed with a neuroendocrine tumor, after which he died on October 5, 2011, at the age of 56. After his death, many things related to him have been auctioned, be it the application letter given for his job or the computer he used. At the same time, the sandals worn by Jobs are going to be auctioned.

Steve Jobs lived a simple life

People all over the world were convinced of Steve Jobs’ mind as well as his simplicity. In this, big and famous Jobs used to lead a very simple life. Steve Jobs’ brown leather Birkenstock Arizona sandal is up for auction, reports NDTV.

Know how much the sandals cost?

Auctioneers Julien’s Auctions expect the pair of sandals to fetch $60,000 to $80,000 (Rs 48 lakh to 64 lakh). This auction will start live on 11 November and is expected to end by 13 November. According to the information given about the sandal, Jobs wore this special sandal in the 1970s and 1980s. Jobs’ home manager, Mark Sheff, owned this pair of sandals.

This is part of the simple life of Sandal Jobs

In an interview given to Vogue magazine, Steve Jobs’ ex-wife Chrisann Brinn said that these sandals are part of her simple life. It’s like their uniform. The best thing about his uniform is that you don’t have to worry about what to wear in the morning.” Chrisann pointed out that “he never did or bought anything to look different from others. . The auction house says that Steve Jobs wore these sandals at several important moments in Apple’s history.

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