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    Jeep Wrangler Ready for the Apocalypse

    Unique Jeep Wrangler that looks like it’s ready for the apocalypse will be offered at RM Sotheby’s auction.Those who want this Wrangler must have between $40,000 and $50,000 as RM Sotheby’s estimates it will reach the price.The auction house did not specify who modified the Wrangler, which is powered by a 3.6-liter V6 engine with […] More

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    Pair of John Lennon’s Iconic Sunglasses Sold For $183,000

    A pair of John Lennon’s sunglasses was sold at auction for £137,500 (approximately $183,000) at Sotheby’s London, although was expected to fetch between just £6,000 to £8,000 (about $8000 to $10,600). The glasses were in the possession of Lennon’s former chauffeur Alan Herring, who collected them from the back seat of a car after the […] More

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    Babe Ruth’s Bat Sold For $1.08 Million At Auction

    Babe Ruth’s bat used to hit his 500th home run at League Park in 1929 sold for $1.08 million through SCP Auctions. The bat used by legendary baseball player Babe Ruth was a gift he bequeathed to the former Mayor of Suffern, New York, Jim Rice, back in the mid-1940s. Ruth befriended the former politician, […] More

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    Michael Schumacher’s Ferrari F2002 Sold For $6,643,750

    Michael Schumacher’s F1 Ferrari F2002 car, with which he won numerous victories during 2002 Formula One season, was sold for $6,643,750 at a recent auction in Abu Dhabi through RM Sotheby’s auction house.With F2002 car, chassis number no. 219, Schumacher won the GP of Austria, France and San Marino.It is interesting that Michael Schumacher did […] More

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    Floppy Disc Signed by Steve Jobs At Auction

    A Macintosh floppy drive signed by late Apple CEO Steve Jobs is up for auction, with a value that’s estimated at $7,500.Bidding is currently taking place at the website RR Auction, and here’s the description of the listing:“Macintosh System Tools Version 6.0 floppy disk, signed in black felt tip, “steve jobs.” In fine condition, with […] More

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    Michael Jackson’s Socks With $1 Million Price

    If you are a fan of Michael Jackson, we have news you shouldn’t skip …The iconic socks that the music legend wore when performing his famous moonwalk movement are part of the auction sale. Glittering socks are priced at $1 million!Decorated with crystals, these socks were worn by the famous singer during a TV appearance […] More

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    Hippo Bathtub Auctioned For $4.3 Million

    At a Christie’s New York auction, a hippopotamus bathtub was sold for $4.3 million. An anonymous buyer purchased the unique item in 2006 for $168,000 at Sotheby’s auction and just received a 2,500% return.A sculpture of a life-size hippo, with a sink and vanity folded into its maw and a full bathtub inside its body […] More

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    Kurt Cobain’s 26 Year Old Sweater Sold For $340,000 At Auction

    The sweater that music icon Kurt Cobain wore during his famous Nirvana performance on MTV’s “Unplugged” in 1993 has reportedly sold for $334,000, making it the most expensive sweater ever sold at an auction.The unwashed green cardigan, still marked with cigarette stains and with one potential flaw (missing a button) was estimated to rake in […] More

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    Ancient Islamic Gold Coin Sold For £1,300 At Auction

    A rare Islamic coin that dates from the first Dynasty of Islam in AD723 was sold for a record £3.7 million ($6.029,400 US) in a sale at specialist auctioneers Morton & Eden in London. The price makes it the second most expensive coin ever auctioned. The most expensive is the 1933 Double Eagle sold by […] More

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    Whiskey Bottle From 1926 Broke The Record: Sold For €1.7 Million

    A bottle of Scotch whiskey broke the record at an auction in London as it was sold for £1.45 million, or almost £1.7 million, confirmed auction house Sotheby’s.The previous record for a bottle of whiskey was reached last year when single malt from the same Scottish Macallan distillery was sold for £1.2 million.The bottle recently […] More

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