Auction Of Five Most Expensive Items Will Leave You In Shock!

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Some people crave to buy the most expensive things. It’s so crazy for them. You wouldn’t have heard these expensive items where they are not just expensive but even more. Here are the astonishing and most expensive items ever sold.

1. Pablo Picasso’s Painting Les Femmes d’Alger Got Sold For $179,365,000


In New York, at Christie’s auction house, Pablo Picasso’s 1955 painting, Les femmes d’Alger (Version O) got sold for $179,365,000 that set a new world record. “Les Femmes d’Alger,” which translates to “The Women of Algiers,” is considered a masterpiece of contemporary art.


2. Blue Moon Diamond Got Sold For $48.5 Million


Hong Kong billionaire Joseph Lau presented 12.03 carat stone to his daughter who was seven years old at the time. He bought it for $48.5 million.


3. Marilyn Monroe’s dress Got Sold For $1,267,500


When singing “Happy Birthday” for President John F. Kennedy in 1962, Marilyn Monroe wore this sparkle-encrusted gown and this shiny item sold for $1,267,500 in New York in 1999.


4. Romanée-Conti wine Got Sold For $1,609,776


A classy Asian collector paid for a lot of Romanée-Conti wine which added up to 912 glasses and sold for $1,609,776 at a Sotheby’s auction in Hong Kong. One of the prime reasons for the high price of this wine is the extremely low yield of the soil in the area of France where it’s produced that takes the produce of three Pinot Noir grape vines to make one bottle.


5. John Lennon’s placard “Bed Peace” Got Sold For $154,628.


It was created by John Lennon during the Montreal Bed-In for Peace, a pacifist event he held with his wife Yoko Ono at the height of the Vietnam war in 1969.  This Placard Bed Peace, sold at Christie’s for $154,628.

Are there any other most expensive items that are not listed here? If so, please share us in the comments.

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