Amanda

By Amanda

LifeBuzz Staff

The 21 Craziest Items Ever Sold At Auction, The Price Tags Are Absolutely Insane.

We're all familiar with the concept of a high-end auction: One-of-a-kind clothing, art, and jewelry is put up for bidding at places like Christie's and Sotheby's, sold to the bidder with the biggest pockets and fastest hands. But what about the lesser-known, yet still invaluable items up for sale? In other words, how much would you pay for William Shatner's kidney stone?

Below are 21 bizarre and questionable items that were sold at auction for big, big dollars. You won't believe how much people will pay for the more random slices of pop culture and history.

#1. The first Superman comic, which auctioned for $3.2 million.

The first Superman comic, which auctioned for $3.2 million.

DC Comics

#2. This Star Wars spaceship model was put up for auction and sold for $450,000.

This Star Wars spaceship model was put up for auction and sold for $450,000.

#3. Roger Bannister’s running shoes (the ones he wore while running a four-minute mile) auctioned for a cool $411,493.

Roger Bannister’s running shoes (the ones he wore while running a four-minute mile) auctioned for a cool $411,493.

Alastair Grant/AP

#4. Willie Nelson's braids sold for $37,000.

Willie Nelson's braids sold for $37,000.

Clayton Call/Getty Images

#5. The violin that played as the Titanic sank was recovered, and recently auctioned for $1.7 million.

 The violin that played as the Titanic sank was recovered, and recently auctioned for $1.7 million.

BMI Healthcare

#6. Lee Harvey Oswald's wedding ring brought in quite a surprising sum at auction: $118,000

Lee Harvey Oswald's wedding ring brought in quite a surprising sum at auction: $118,000

AP Photo

#7. This giant elephant bird egg brought in $100,000.

This giant elephant bird egg brought in $100,000.

Reuters

Page 1 of 3

Tell us what you think

Like Us On Facebook!Close this