Lost might be over, but it’s certainly not forgotten. This weekend in Santa Monica, ABC and Profiles in History hosted Lost: The Official Show Auction & Exhibit and, according to unofficial math, it took in almost $2 million dollars. That’s double the $1 million estimate Joseph Maddalena, President of Profiles in History, gave us when we previewed the auction.
The most expensive item sold was the DHARMA Van, which went for $47,500. There was then tie for second place between the Lighthouse wheel and mirrors and Faraday’s Journal which both brought in $27,500. Hit the jump for some more highlights from the auction.
Lost ARGs estimates that the auction took in $1,869,475 over the course of the two day auction. The first day featured items from seasons 1-3 and the second seasons 4-6. In addition to the most expensive items, some other highlights include:
The Frozen Donkey Wheel -$25,000
Hurley’s Camaro – $20,000
The Swan Station computer – $16,000
Lost pilot script, signed by J.J. Abrams and Damon Lindeloff – $15,000
The Swan Station hatch door – $16,000
Desmond’s fail safe key – $11,000
Lost finale script, signed by Damon Lindeloff and Carlton Cuse – $7,500
1977 Dharma Group photo – $7,000
A 12 Pack of Dharma Beer – $5,000
Hurley’s Empire Strikes Back re-write – $4,250
Claire’s Squirrel Baby – $2,750