News-Antique.com - Feb 22,2011 - 1) Eight Elvises (1963) - $100m
In October 2008, Warhol's Eight Elvises painting was sold in a private sale via French art consultant Philippe Ségalot for a price of $100 million, a record for Warhol’s work.
2) Turquoise Marilyn (1964) - $80m
In May 2007 the painting, one of Warhol’s several portraits of Marilyn Monroe, was purchased by art collector Stephen A. Cohen in a private sale via Larry Gagosian for a price believed to be $80 million.
3) Green car Crash (Burning Green Car 1) (1963) - $71.7m
Also in May 2007, this painting was sold at a Christie’s auction in New York for a then-record auction price of $71.7 million to art collector Philip Niarchos, son of the Greek shipping magnate Stavros Niarchos.
4) Men In Her Life (1962) - $63.4m
In 2010 the black and white portrait of Elizabeth Taylor, pictured with both her third husband Mike Todd and future husband Eddie Fisher, sold to an anonymous buyer at a New York Phillips de Pury & Co auction for $63.4 million.
5) 200 One Dollar Bills (1962) - $43.8m
In November 2009 the painting was sold at a Sotheby’s auction to an anonymous buyer for $43.8 million. It was sold by London-based art collector Pauline Karpidas, who had purchased the work in 1986 for a mere $385,000.
6) Coca Cola  (Large Coca Cola) – $35.36m
The painting sold in November 2010 at a Sotheby’s auction in New York for a price of $35.36 million.
7) Self Portrait (1986) – $32.5m
In May 2010 the large self-portrait by Warhol, painted in 1986 just a year before his death, was sold in a Sotheby’s sale in New York for $32.56 million.
8) Big Campbell’s Soup Can with Can Opener (Vegetable) (1962) - $23.8m
In November 2010 the painting, featuring one of Warhol’s favourite and most iconic subjects, sold at a Christie’s auction in New York for $23.88 million.
9) Silver Liz (1963) - $18.3m
In May 2010 Warhol’s portrait of Elizabeth Taylor sold at a Christie’s auction in New York for a price of $18.33 million.
10) Mao (1972) - $17.4m
In November 2006 the portrait of Communist Party Chairman Mao Zedong was sold to Hong Kong art collector Joseph Lau for a price of $17.4 million. The sale, at a Christie’s auction in New York, was a record auction price for Warhol’s work at the time.
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