VATICAN CITY (CBS SF) — A mystery buyer is now the proud new owner of the Pope’s iPad.

An auction house in Uruguay says the iPad was recently sold for just over $30,500.

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The iPad is engraved with “His Holiness Francisco” and “Vatican internet service, March 2013” in Spanish and Italian.

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The iPad also came with a certificate signed by Pope Francis’ personal secretary.

This isn’t the first time an unusual papal souvenir has sold for big bucks.

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A Harley-Davidson motorcycle donated by Pope Francis sold for 284-thousand dollars at auction last year.