How can you put a price on pop culture history? We're not sure, but auction houses certainly love to. Here are 15 undeniably iconic artifacts from music, TV, and movies that have been sold. If you've ever wondered whether Audrey Hepburn's little black dress or Marilyn Monroe's windswept white dress was more valuable, boy, do we have answers for you! 

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Saturday Night Fever White Suit

John Travolta's Saturday Night Fever suit sold for $145,500 Critic Gene Siskel originally bought the suit in a 1979 charity auction before it went to auction again for over $100k in 1995. CRACKED.COM

Source: UPI

The Original Batmobile

The original Batmobile sold for $4.2 million CORN COOPER Lio Yyu The Batmobile from the original TV series was bought by 56-year-old who owned a logistics company. CRACKED.COM

Source: BBC

The Cowardly Lion Costume

The Cowardly Lion costume sold for over $3 million The Wizard of Oz costume (which featured real lion skin) was found in a MGM warehouse and fetched a pretty penny in 2014. CRACKED.COM

Source: Bonhams

Princess Diana's Revenge Dress

Princess Diana's revenge dress was sold for $65,000 Diana put the stunning dress she wore after Prince Charles admitted adultery up for auction, with the money going up towards cancer and AIDS-related charities. CRACKED.COM

Source: People

Marilyn Monroe's White Dress

Marilyn Monroe's white subway dress is worth $4.6 million Actor Debbie Reynolds put the iconic Seven Year Itch dress, alongside other film memorabilia from Elizabeth Taylor, up for auction in 2011. CRACKED.COM

Source: BBC

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