Our favorite movies allow us to enter a fantasy world where we feel like we too can be apart of it, but have you ever considered owning a piece of your favorite movie? Some of the most memorable movie scenes define American culture and will forever be classics, and the price tags on these iconic items are also down in history as some of the most expensive pieces of American culture. Marilyn Monroe's famous white dress worn on the subway grate is the most expensive movie costume ever sold at auction, and James Bond’s Aston Martin DB5 from the movie Goldfinger is the most expensive movie memorabilia item ever sold in an auction. You won’t believe the prices on some of these items–and we thought some of these over the top Southern sorority houses were expensive. The Coinage team rounded up the five most expensive pieces of movie memorabilia ever to sell in an auction.

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