If you’re looking for a status symbol, you can’t go wrong with an exotic—and we don’t mean the latest McLaren GT.

From Aspen to Palm Beach to the South of France, an Hermès Birkin or Kelly in crocodile or ostrich is a sartorial mainstay, with shoppers (and investors) clamoring to shell out anywhere from $20k to $200k-plus to own one. Limited inventory means the resale market for Hermès accessories is booming, and Christie’s has just put over 350 items from a single owner on the auction block.

Following the success of parts I and II of Inside the Orange Box—which realized over €4 million, a world record for a handbag collection sold at auction—Christie’s now presents a third installment of the collection in Amsterdam and online.

The collection is comprised of handbags, jewelry, watches, scarves, and homeware, with highlights including two covetable handbags that would round out even the most extensive Hermès collection: a rare Petit Jaune d’or Clémence leather, shiny black crocodile, and black fox fur Kelly 28, and a matte white Himalaya Niloticus crocodile Birkin 35.

The selection can be viewed online and at Christie’s in Amsterdam through June 27, and online bidding will close in two parts on June 27 and 28.