The only known autographed photo of Oskar Schindler, the German industrialist who saved 1,400 Jews from death during WWII, is on sale for $154,000, the New York Post reports. The dealer plans to contact Liam Neeson, who played the legend in Steven Spielberg's Schindler's List to see if he's interested.
The seller's father was given the autograph by Schindler himself as thanks for a ring he made for the man who saved him and his wife from Nazi death camps. The ring, engraved with the verse "He who saves one Jewish soul saves the whole world," was immortalized in the Oscar-winning movie. (Read more Liam Neeson stories.)