The largest collection of contemporary toys and urban art collectibles ever offered at auction are set to go live today via Heritage Auctions. The assortment includes rare, early works by KAWS, as well as items from Supreme, BAPE, and Kidrobot.

The selection comes courtesy of a Los Angeles-based enthusiast with an affinity for toys and other such collectibles, as he has invested years into his arsenal. Highlights here include the now-retired 400% Toy Story Be@rbricks, Buzz Lightyear and Woody, and the 1000% wash denim edition of the Levi’s Be@rbrick from 2015.

Alongside, we find a number of highly coveted Supreme releases in the Money Gun, silver North Face Jacket, Air Horn, and the 2008 Medicom Toy Kermit, with the character wearing a Box Logo T-shirt.

All items are scheduled to hit the auction block today, April 24. Follow on over to Heritage Auctions for more.

In related news, Medicom Toy just released iconic Daft Punk Be@rbricks.

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