Fans of "Lost" opened up their checkbooks this weekend to take home a piece of television history.
Some estimates put the total haul around $1.8 million, with the top item, the classic VW Dharma Van, selling for $47,500.
Other big-ticket items include Faraday's journal ($27,500), the Frozen Donkey Wheel ($25,000), an autographed pilot script ($15,000) and Desmond's fail-safe key ($11,000).
One of our favorite items, the Swan station computer, went for $16,000. Small price to pay for being able to save the world at home every 108 minutes.
Not every item reached five digits. Hurley's lottery ticket (4-8-15-16-23-42) sold for $5,500, while his flash-sideways ticket (10-28-44-53-77-80) went for $1,300.
The beverage-themed items were a bit more attainable for modest bidders, with the DHARMA-branded cola selling for $1,500, DHARMA wine at $1,200 and DHARMA water at $950.
The two-day auction was hosted by Profiles in History and was held at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica.
All final bids are posted on liveauctioneers.com, with more highlights on the Washington Post's website and the ODI.