Hang onto your jockstraps... Russell Crowe's divorce auction brings in millions.

Talk about a yard sale!

Here’s what some of Russell Crowes divorce settlement stuff went for….

A 128-year-old Italian violin Russell Crowe learned to play in a few months before starring in the 2003 Master and Commander sold for $135,000.

In the same movie, a costume he wore raked in $115,000.

A painting by Australian artist Brett Whiteley, titled Moreton Bay Fig and Palm Trees, sold for $190,000.

The Art of Divorce auction took place on Russell’s 54th birthday and the 15th anniversary of his wedding to singer Danielle Spencer.

Russell Crowe’s torso armour from the 2000 movie Gladiator, sold for $125,000. A replica Roman chariot went for $65,000.

Crowes’ leather boxer’s protector from the 2005 film Cinderella Man sold for $7,000.

The Doc Martens boots Crowe wore as the skinhead Hando in the 1992 movie Romper Stomper sold for $10,000 to the National Museum of Australia.

After the 5 hour auction, Russell Crowe had earned $3.7 million (Australian dollars),

 

 

 

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