Since it began creating its own skate decks in 1998, Supreme has cranked out just shy of 250 different designs, many of which are extremely sought after and hard to track down these days. But one collector has not only managed to keep up with every single deck—he's now partnering with Sotheby's to sell the entire collection.

Previously featured alongside Supreme accessories in a Los Angeles exhibit known as the Inferno gallery (which was visited by Complex's own Racks in the clip below), collector Ryan Fuller's massive deck stash is up for grabs once again. It's available via an online-exclusive auction which runs from today through Sunday, Jan 20.

"When I decided to sell my collection, I knew Sotheby's was the right fit," Fuller said. "Similar to Supreme, Sotheby's is the most distinguished leader in their field, and will have an international reach to give collectors all over the world an opportunity to bid on this one-of-a-kind collection of art, fashion, and Supreme history rolled all into one."

Along with obvious fan favorites including artist collaborations with the likes of George Condo, Damien Hirst, and Jeff Koons, Fuller's offering includes rarely seen items such as 2000's recalled Louis Vuitton monogram decks and a "The Last Supper" version which was released only in Japan.

The auction is estimated to end somewhere between $800,000 and $1.2 million. Interested buyers can place their bids now at


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