GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Statistics About The Most Expensive Item On Ebay

The most expensive item ever sold on eBay was a $4.9 million private jet in 2001.

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"The most expensive item ever sold on eBay was a 405-foot superyacht, selling for $168 million."

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"A 1943 Lincoln Copper Penny has sold for about $200,000, making it one of the most expensive coins sold on eBay."

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"A lunch with Warren Buffett was listed on eBay for charitable purposes and sold for $4.5 million in 2012."

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"The most expensive eBay Motors sale was a rare 1969 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, which sold for $1 million."

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"Australian Ian Usher sold his "life" and all his belongings on eBay for $305,000 in 2008."

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"eBay has approximately 1.3 billion product listings as of Q4 2020."

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"A WWII-era Enigma cipher machine was sold for about $208,000 on eBay."

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"A complete set of Pokemon cards sold for $107,010 on eBay in 2020."

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"The controversial 'Ghost cane' allegedly haunted was sold on eBay for $65,000."

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"A Honus Wagner baseball card was sold on eBay in July 2000 for $1.265 million."

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"The town of Bridgeville, California, was sold on eBay for $1.77 million in 2002."

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"An original 'Hollywood' sign was sold on eBay for $450,000."

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"An Albert Einstein's handwritten letter was sold on eBay for $3 million."

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"In 2001, a man tried to sell a fighter jet worth $9 million on eBay."

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"In 2017, a rare Penny Black stamp sold on eBay for $345,000."

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"Gulfstream II, a private jet was sold on eBay for $4.9 million, being eBay's most expensive item at the time."

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"A shoe thrown at George W. Bush was sold on eBay for $10 million, but it was not paid and therefore not officially sold."

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