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The 10 Most Expensive eBay Items Ever Sold

Have you ever wondered which are the most expensive eBay items ever sold? Crazy things are sold on the online auction and shopping website, and crazy expensive things as well. You can find just about anything you are looking for on eBay: in 2008 a 50-year-old man named Ian Usher sold his ‘life’ online before moving to a tropical island in Panama. Founded in 1995, the company has revolutionized the way we shop, and have made great profit out of it.

Most Expensive eBay Items

Especially during the last decade, the way we purchase things has changed a lot. Online shopping has become a daily experience, as typical and safe as going to the market. Moreover, it is usually a lot easier to find exactly what we are looking for online rather than exploring a dozen different shops. Just check out our list on The 10 Best Selling Products Online and see for yourself exactly what items are the most popular ones online.

Are you curious about the most expensive eBay items ever sold? Let’s take a look at the countdown and find out what those costly things were!

10. Honus Wagner Baseball Card

How big of a baseball fan are you? Well, probably not as big as Brian Seigel, the baseball enthusiast who in 2000 bought a baseball card of former Pittsburgh Pirate Honus Wager for $1.1 million! The card was a rare piece from 1909, a collectible item issued originally by the American Tobacco Company.

The nine most expensive eBay items ever sold are still to come, and you’ll be shocked at some of the things that have been sold (and for how much).