The renowned art dealer company that is Sotheby’s recently announced that they will be taking it upon themselves to sell Ryan Fuller’s massive Supreme skate deck collection which amazingly includes every single board the brand has ever released since 1998.

Interestingly the dealership has put a price tag of $800k to $1.2M on the collection, however, other predictions come in at a slightly shorter $500k-700k instead. This may seem like an insane number but with 250 designs available it won’t be too surprising as many are priced at multiple thousands on their own, and that’s not including the large number of complete collaborative sets that are almost impossible to come across in various cases.

As for what Ryan himself had to say, the collector stated: “When I decided to sell my collection, I knew Sotheby’s was the right fit,” adding: “Similar to Supreme, Sotheby’s is the most distinguished leader in their field, and will have an international reach to give collectors all over the world an opportunity to bid on this one-of-a-kind collection of art, fashion, and Supreme history rolled all into one.”

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