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20 Most Ridiculously Expensive Items Sold Through eBay



Thanks to the internet, selling and purchasing items have never been easier. One of the top e-commerce websites available to which you can advertise goods and services for sale and likewise purchase is eBay, the infamous website that has been around since the early 2000’s. Through eBay, consumers can purchase practically anything and everything. You might be shocked by these 20 incredibly expensive items sold through the online website. From lunch dates with a billionaire business guru, a literal combat aircraft to even full blown towns. That’s right, fully functioning towns from the United States were sold through eBay. Check out these ridiculously expensive items that were up for sale through eBay.

Golf With Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods is one of the most iconic golfers in generations. Everyone knows Tiger Woods, even those who are not fans of Golf. There have been several cases in which Tiger Woods would play a round of golf to the high bidder for various charities. One of which went for $425,000 on eBay.

Original Hollywood Sign

One of Hollywood most iconic locations is the famous Hollywood sign. In 2005 the original Hollywood sign that said “Hollywoodland” was sold on eBay for $450,000 and has since been resold numerous times fetching six-figure sums.

Zagami Martian Meteorite

When something crashes to Earth from space you can bet that people will flee to get their hands on it. For instance, Zagami Martian meteorite, a rock formed from the planet Mars, is highly valuable. The largest piece was discovered in 1962 and eventually sold on eBay in 2006 for $450,000. I wouldn’t mind one of these bad boys smashing into my backyard.

Samuel Allsopp’s Arctic Ale

$503,300 might be one of the priciest brews ever sold on eBay. In 2007, a bottle of Samuel Allsopp’s Arctic Ale was featured on eBay and fetched over a half a million dollars. What made this brew special is that it was a bottle from Sir Edward Belcher’s 1852 Arctic Expedition.