August 24th, 2010
03:20 PM ET
"Lost" fans were willing to pay top dollar at the official auction over the weekend in order to lay claim to the show's memorabilia.
Buyers from more than 50 countries placed their bids on "Lost" treasures during the auction, which was hosted by the California-based company Profiles in History.
Participants placed their bids in hopes of snagging items like the "Pilot" script, which was signed by J.J. Abrams & Damon Lindelof. That piece of "Lost" went to the bidder who offered $15,000 for it, according to a press release from Profiles in History.
Other highlights from the two-day bid-fest includes a few of the "Lost" rides, like the Dharma van, which went for $47,500, while Hurley’s camaro and the Dharma Jeep had winning bids of about $20,000 a piece.
Another item that sold for an impressive $20k is Daniel Faraday’s journal, which contained handwritten notes.
On the comparatively less pricey end, the set chair for Matthew Fox had a top bid of $1,200, and the paperback copy of Sawyer’s "Watership Down" went for $2,750.
Do you think you would've forked over more at the auction, or are you weeping for the bank accounts of these "Lost" fans?
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