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The Pope Mobile Just Got A Lot Faster

When I think of the PopeMobile, images of a white topless car with a plexiglass window booth comes to mind.  Well, the PopeMobile just got a lot faster and cooler looking.  Lamborghini gifted the pope with a luxury sports car

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A Rare Leonardo da Vinci Painting Sells For Record $450 Million

A Centuries old work of  Leonardo daVinci has broken the record for sale price in the art world. Leonardo da Vinci’s “Salvator Mundi” has become the most expensive artwork to ever sell at auction, going for $450.3 million at Christie’s

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Rock Auction

If you’ve ever wanted to own a piece of rock history, now is the time. A whole host of cool music memorabilia from the 20th century is going up for sale through Julien’s Auctions in Los Angeles as part of

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Wonder Woman Comics Going Up For Auction

If you are a comic book collector after rare or interesting comics then on Thursday August 17th you will want to be paying attention to three auctions that are going up on eBay as three of the oldest and most

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Moon Rock Auction

A bag containing dust and rocks from the lunar surface is expected to fetch some astronomical bids when it goes up for auction on July 20. Sotheby’s, which is hosting the auction, estimates the sample bag, which was used by

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Moon Dust From Apollo 11 Mission Could Be Worth $4 Million

A sample of moon dust from the Apollo 11 landing that was mistakenly sold on a government website for $995 is going up for sale for up to $4 million.  It is a simple, square white bag that traveled to

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Celebrity Auctions

Weirdest and wildest celebrity auctions: Michael Keaton’s Batman costume sold for $41,000 this year. Marylyn Monroe’s happy birthday Mr. President dress sold for 4.8 million this year. Truman Capote’s ashes sold for $45,000 this year with one catch – the

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World’s First Sports Car Sold

The 1914 Vauxhall 25 hp ‘Prince Henry’ Sports Torpedo, often regarded as the world’s first true sports car, sold for $657,185 at a Bonhams auction in London yesterday. It could reach a top speed of 80 miles an hour –

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Big Money Auctions

It has always amazed me how much money people are willing to pay for some of the strangest things. Which is why I was not really surprised to read that someone had paid $334,000 for a guitar that Elvis Presley

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