The 5 Most Valuable Pieces of Olympic Memorabilia Ever Sold at Auction

AUGUST 17, 2016

Sports collectibles bring in billions of dollars and the competition is fierce. Factor in the global obsession with the Olympics and it is easy to see why mementos from the fortnight of festivities draw incredibly high demand. With the 2016 Summer Games going full swing in Rio, RobbReport.com presents the most valuable Olympic memorabilia ever sold at auction—items at the top of their game when it comes to earning gold.

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