Most Expensive Oscar Statuettes Ever Sold

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Most Expensive Oscar Statuettes Ever Sold | Top 10

Today we’re going to find out which are the 10 most expensive Oscar statuettes ever sold at an auction!

Of course, winning an Oscar is an extremely important and priceless moment, but did you ever wonder what happens after that?

What happens later with the Oscar Statuettes?

I’m telling you what happens: they are sold at auctions for incredibly large amounts of money you can’t even imagine!

Let’s see which are the most expensive Oscar statuettes ever sold at outrageous prices!

10.1946 Oscar for Best Color Cinematography in “The Yearling” – Price:$128,066

We start this list with a MGM classic.

“The Yearling” is a classic old movie. It tells the story of a young boy from 1878 that adopts a fawn and takes care of it. But unfortunately, in the end, he is forced to kill the animal in order to protect his family.

The movie was really appreciated at its time and managed to win two Oscars, one for Best Color Cinematography and another one for Best Art Direction.

Eventually, the 1946 Oscar for Best Color Cinematography was sold at an auction for no less than $128,066!

10.1946 Oscar for Best Color Cinematography in “The Yearling” – Price:$128,066 | Most Expensive Oscar Statuettes Ever Sold | Image Source: most-expensive.com
10.1946 Oscar for Best Color Cinematography in “The Yearling” – Price:$128,066 | Most Expensive Oscar Statuettes Ever Sold | Image Source: most-expensive.com
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