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Posted on 20 November 2009 by admin

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A 1966 magazine signed by John Lennon containing his remark that the Beatles were more popular than Jesus has sold for $12,713.

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A rare signed copy of Hitler’s Mein Kampf has sold for £21,000.

Hitler gave the Mein Kampf book to an inmate, an early member of the Nazi Party, at Landsberg Prison following his failed attempt to overthrow the German government.

The German inscription reads: “Herr Johann Georg Maurer. In memory of our time together in prison in Landsberg. Cordially dedicated by Adolf Hitler. Christmas 1925.”

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A rare stamp with a portrait of Abraham Lincoln went to the auction in New York for 431 250 dollars.

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This silversmith in 1804 the Adams-Carter – one of the 15 did not put into circulation coins. The coin is bought for 2 million at a private auction.

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This daguerreotype, dated 1848, you can see a lone house on the spot, which is now known as the Upper West Side of Manhattan. This is one of the oldest images in the world was sold at auction for 62 500 dollars.

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This complete dinosaur skeleton, which 150 million years old (right), did not find a buyer at auction in New York.

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This was the first comic book in which there was the famed Superman and fan of comic John Dolmayan bought a comic for 317 200 dollars.

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Banknotes of the cost of which amounted to almost 120 times greater than their nominal value, remain to redeem abductor DB Cooper, which he received in 1971 before jumping from a plane and disappear.

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Painting by Lucian Freud « ‘Benefits Supervisor Sleeping» was sold at auction «Christie’s» in London on May 13, 2008 for 33.6 million dollars.

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A rich man from Abu Dhabi to fork out for a number plate for a car with a single digit “1″. He paid him 14 million dollars.

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This globe that once belonged to Adolf Hitler, was sold at auction by Greg Martin in San Francisco for 100 000 dollars. American soldiers stole this souvenir of homes Fuhrer in 1945.

auction_world_15This car is Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta Lusso 1963 release, the owner of which was once the actor Steve McQueen, was sold for 2.31 million.

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