Holiday shopping is on the horizon and if you’re on the market for a prototype Apple keyboard autographed by Steve Jobs, Jaromír Jágr’s jersey from the ’98 Winter Olympics, or a shirt worn by Michael Jackson, you’re in luck. Prague recently joined London, Dubai, Key West, Miami, and, coming soon, Singapore, as part of the Millionaire Gallery network of boutiques devoted to one-of-a-kind music, film, sports, and history memorabilia.
On the market for over 30 years, the Millionaire Gallery opened its Czech Republic branch last week in the Pánská pasáž men’s shopping gallery. Auction houses Christie’s and Sotheby’s are among the guarantors of the authenticity of the items available for purchase.
The gallery also accommodates custom requests from investors who seek specific memorabilia. Prices start at 55,000 CZK; the most expensive item in the collection is currently the prototype Mac keyboard which will set you back 1,000,000 CZK. MJ’s shirt, to be auctioned in the spring, is expected to garner upwards of a million crowns.
And for those of us who can only dream of owning Russell Crowe’s “Gladiator” sword, the gallery’s 60-plus exhibits are open to the public for viewing. Entry is free.
Photos courtesy of Millionaire Gallery Facebook page.