What do you get for the Apple fan who has everything? How about Steve Jobs' bathrobe and electric razors?
Julien's Live, a "premier" high-profile celebrity and entertainment auction house, is hawking more than 30 items from the late Apple co-founder's wardrobe.
From the vault of the Jackling House—a California mansion where Jobs lived in the mid-1980s—a selection of the entrepreneur's clothes and accessories is available for upwards of $4,000. Though, with 21 auction days remaining, those prices are likely to increase.
The 32-item lot is filled with middling items—a note from Belgian artist Jean-Michel Folon, sets of neckties and bowties, an IBM shirt, a computer book co-written and signed by Steve Wozniak, and a couple "SPJ" (Steven Paul Jobs) monogrammed button-ups.
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There are, however, a few hidden gems, including the man's portable Sony CD player (current bid: $200), black Seiko watch (current bid: $1,500), and leather jacket—worn in the famous Jobs-gives-IBM-the-finger photo (current bid: $4,000).
But to really get into the mind of the revolutionary tech titan, you'll need to start a bidding war for the Christian Dior brown terrycloth bathrobe and pair of Eltron-brand electric razors owned by Jobs (estimated to sell for $400 to $600).
Or pony up a thousand bucks to buy a black turtleneck (size XL) emblazoned with the NeXT logo—the company Jobs launched after leaving Apple in the '80s. As of press time, the current bid is $1,000, but the shirt (which has four offers already) is predicted to sell for up to $3,000.
If computer-based promotional items or a dead man's wallet and ID badge aren't your style, check out other items in the "Icons & Idols: Hollywood 2016" catalog, featuring Charlton Heston's rustic wood chairs, Elizabeth Taylor's Cleopatra wig, original paintings by Tony Curtis, locks of Marilyn Monroe's hair, and other personal and career memorabilia from some of the most famous entertainment figures of all time.
This article originally appeared on PCMag.com.