But finding a complete collection of every Supreme skateboard deck produced over the last two decades is extremely rare, which is why its being sold exclusively through the prestigious Sotheby's auction house.
Among the 248 pieces are sets of six Last Supper decks from 2002, two Public Enemy decks from 2006, two New York Yankees decks from 2015, a Bruce Lee deck from 2013, plus decks featuring characters from the movies E.T., Hellraiser and Scarface.
The collection also includes decks from top fine artists including Jeff Koons from 2008, Damien Hirst from 2009, Raymond Pettibon from 2014 and Dash Snow from 2016.
Also included is a Louis Vuitton Boite skateboard trunk from 2017 complete with a tool kit, trucks, wheels and shoulder strap.
Buyers have seven days to place a $500,000 starting bid, but estimates indicate that the arty skater swag could fetch up to $1.2 million.
Visit to Sotheby's website to review the entire Supreme skateboard deck collection.