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6 Of The Most Expensive Items Ever Sold On eBay

Worldwide some 200 million people buy or sell 1 billion items eBay every year, trading $2,000 worth of goods every second. More than a million people trade on eBay as a full-time job. And while the eBay auctions are best known for finding bargains there also have been some very expensive items sold on eBay.


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(spixpix@Flickr)

A Gulfstream Corporate Jet

 
 

It seats 12 and was bought by a charter flight company based in South Africa for $4.9 million.

 
(IslesPunkFan@Flickr)
(IslesPunkFan@Flickr)

A 1909 Honus Wagner Baseball Card

 
 

In mint condition.  Considered the most valuable baseball card of all time.  It sold for $1.65 million.

 
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(davidsilver@Flickr)

A Town - Bridgeville, California

 
 

Eight houses, a small diner and a post office on 83 acres of land. It sold for $1.7 million dollars.

 
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(ekai@Flickr)

A Former U.S. Missile Base

 
 

It was built during the cold war in Saranac Lake, NY. The missiles are long-gone, but the missile silo is still in tact. With walls that are 3-feet thick it was built to withstand a nuclear attack. An anonymous couple bought it for $2.1 million.

 
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(JohnSerb@Flickr)

Shoeless Joe Jackson’s Baseball Bat.

 
 

Jackson used it during his 13-year pro career and hit .356 with it. He called it “Black Betsy.” That bat sold for $577,610.

 
(Getty Images)
(Getty Images)

Golf With Tiger Woods

 
 

One round of golf with Tiger Woods: $425,000.

 

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