by Ben Fox Rubin December 24, 2016 5:00 AM PST @benfoxrubin
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There's a part of eBay that caters to the superrich.
Sure, the website offers 1 billion live listings at any given time, so there's usually something for everyone. Yet, a choice few items that come to the online marketplace are extremely rare, extremely expensive or both. eBay gave us an exclusive list of the highest-priced sales in 15 categories this year, including the most expensive car, piece of jewelry, collectible and toy.
The select group includes a multimillion-dollar lunch with billionaire Warren Buffett, a six-figure Lamborghini and a nearly $30,000 sports trading card.
Check out the list below:
The most expensive stuff sold on eBay in 2016
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