The feds are auctioning off another round of Bernie Madoff's stuff.
Among the 400 items up for bid:
Slippers: [1 pair] Black velveteen slippers, size 8½, red quilted lining, "BLM" embroidered with gold thread.
The stuff comes from the Madoffs' homes in New York City and Montauk, out on Long Island. The homes themselves sold for $18 million, the WSJ notes.
Also for up for bid:
One ladies diamond engagement ring consisting of: one emerald cut diamond weighing 10.54 cts. Diamond is VS2 in clarity, F in color. Diamond is of extremely fine proportions with GIA certificate # 8376741. Diamond is set in a platinum hand-made mounting with two baguette diamonds on each side, total weight .90 cts. Baguettes are VS in clarity F in color.
There's also a bull statue and a nice looking desk, though the feds don't provide the details on those:
An auction of Madoff gear last year brought in $900,000 — nearly twice what was expected. Somebody paid $14,500 for a satin Mets jacket with "Madoff" written across the back.
The money from the auctions goes into the fund for people who got ripped off by Madoff.