Milhous Collection auction racks up US$38.3 million in salesView gallery - 12 images
The final hammer has come down on the Milhous Collection auction we previewed last week. The two-day event resulted in 100 percent of all lots being sold for a total of US$38.3 million. The item to fetch the highest price was a 1912 Oldsmobile Limited Five-Touring, which set a world record auction price for an Oldsmobile at $3.3 million.
Conducted by RM Auctions in association with Sotheby's on February 24/25 in Boca Raton, Florida, the auction attracted bidders from 18 countries looking to snap up an item from the range of rare mechanical musical instruments, automobiles and collectibles on offer
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The top ten most expensive items sold were:
- 1912 Oldsmobile Limited Five-Passenger Touring: $3,300,000
Source: RM AuctionsView gallery - 12 images