‘Original’ Schindler’s list to go under the hammer
London: A memorabilia dealer has been allowed to sell off what according to him is the original copy of Schindler`s list.
A judge in New York has allowed the auction of the 13-page document, which is claimed to be one of several original copies of the list of names compiled by German industrialist Oskar Schindler as he saved more than 1,000 Jews during the Holocaust.
Supreme Court Justice Louis York lifted a temporary ban on a plan to sell the list for more than 2 million dollars, reports the Telegraph.
An heir to Schindler``s widow had sought to block the sale.