came up for auction on January 22nd, Batman and Superman aficionados took notice. Online for just four days, the sale attracted hundreds of online bids from collectors around the world. The top-selling memento of the now-defunct museum was a life-size replica of the 1989 Batmobile from Batman starring Michael Keaton. Built on a 1985 Corvette chassis with a Corvette engine, the car was estimated to bring between $5,000 and $10,000. Thanks to the efforts of one dedicated fan, the Batmobile sold online for $12,000. Note: Auction lot details and enlarged lot images available at www.artfact.com with free registration. About Artfact: Founded in 1989, Artfact is the largest global marketplace of fine and decorative arts, antiques, collectibles, and estate auctions. On January 1, 2009, Artfact launched Artfact Live!, its proprietary live auction bidding platform, enabling users to bid real time on auctions being held around the world by its prestigious auction house partners. Currently, over 1,000 fine auctioneers actively list their catalogs with Artfact.com and its U.K. sister site Invaluable.com, reaching the Artfact community of more than 10 million knowledgeable collectors and dealers worldwide. Artfact's industry leading database includes more than 58 million complete auction results totaling more than $204 billion in value, including information on more than 500,000 international artists. In 2006, Artfact acquired RFC Systems, the leading provider of enterprise software developed specifically for the fine art and antique auction house industry. RFC helps prestigious auction houses around the world manage their businesses by automating their day-to-day operations. Editor's Notes: - Additional background information available. - Interviews with Doug Ellinger, VP Marketing, email@example.com, (617) 746-9882 - Complimentary media subscriptions to the Artfact database available upon request.