5 Most Expensive Ebay Auctions

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Most Expensive Items On eBay

When a person thinks about eBay, he or she thinks of an online marketplace that is for the most part buyer-friendly. On eBay, customers can bid and buy items for less than the price that they would pay if they went to buy it in the store. Something that seldom crosses our minds is: "What about the seller?" Surely the seller is trying to make a profit off the item he or she is selling or at the very least minimize his or her losses. This article will showcase the most expensive items that are listed on eBay. These items would bring a hefty profit to the seller if sold.

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