Amanda

By Amanda

LifeBuzz Staff

18 Absurd Items That Sold For Stupid Amounts Of Money, #14 Is Just Cold.

How much would you pay for an ancient Imperial portrait, a car that rarer than any other in the world, or a chance to rest in piece next to the crypt of Marilyn Monroe? As odd as it may seem, all of these items have sold for an incredible amount of money at auction. Seriously -- these final sale prices will make your jaw drop.

Check out the list below and see how much some of the world's rarest and most random items are actually worth. You might not have the extra cash to spare for any of them, but at least #15 will definitely make you smile.

#1. The original Hollywood sign, which sold for a whopping $450,400 on eBay.

#2. The very first American penny recently sold for $1.2 million at auction.

The very first American penny recently sold for $1.2 million at auction.

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#3. A set of Queen Elizabeth's signed gift tags sold to one bidder for $7,500.

A set of Queen Elizabeth's signed gift tags sold to one bidder for $7,500.

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#4. Former Toronto mayor and known trainwreck Rob Ford sold his tie on eBay for $13,000.

Former Toronto mayor and known trainwreck Rob Ford sold his tie on eBay for $13,000.

Rob Ford

#5. The first pair of Nike Air Mags, the self-tying high top, sold for $37,500. Nike has recently released the shoes again.

The first pair of Nike Air Mags, the self-tying high top, sold for $37,500. Nike has recently released the shoes again.

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#6. This Ferrari GTO sold for a whopping $52 Million, making it the most expensive car in the world.

This Ferrari GTO sold for a whopping $52 Million, making it the most expensive car in the world.

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