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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On April - 17 - 2017

7 Most Expensive Photographs

7 Most Expensive Photographs


The following are the 7 most expensive photographs to ever be sold any where in the world. And these photos may leave you wondering as to how they can be sold at such an unbelievably steep price.

7. Tobolsk Kremlin (2009)

7 Most Expensive Photographs - Tobolsk Kremlin

7 Most Expensive Photographs - Tobolsk Kremlin

Dimitry Medvedev, Tobolsk Kremlin (2009). Sold for USD $1,750,000 on January 2010 in Christmas Yarmarka, Saint Petersburg. Read the rest of this entry »

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