Collectors in the niche market of fraudster memorabilia take note.
IPad covers fashioned from convicted fraudster Bernie Madoff's clothing have been selling for $300 to $500 of late.
It is the latest move in the long-running Bernie Madoff sell-off.
Since last year administrators for his estate have been trying to make a dent in the multi-billion dollar black hole his Ponzi scheme left behind by selling an array of items.
In 2010 his personalised New York Mets jacket sold for $14,500, while his 18K gold Rolex Monoblocco 'Prisoner' watch (nicknamed as it was of a similar design to ones sold to British PoWs in the Second World War) made $65,000.
Entrepreneur John Vaccaro bought up a large amount of Madoff's wardrobe and, with the help of a designer, produced the iPad covers from Madoff-worn trousers, sweaters and sweatshirts.
"First I searched all the pockets to see if there were any $100 bills inside, then I found a designer who could make the cases from the cut-up clothing, which was tricky," Vaccaro told the New York Post newspaper.
"I've made 31 so far, and only have a few pairs of pants, sweaters and sweatshirts left."
It goes to show how a famous name can cause relatively mundane items to surge in price.
A set of Ruth Madoff's 14-carat diamond earrings sold for $70,000 last year, more than trebling their estimate of around $21,000.
Madoff's black velveteen slippers have also sold for $6,000 while his wine cellar recently netted $41,500.
Madoff is due for release from prison in 2039.
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