The High Bidder Now Gets To…”Sit” On Frank Sinatra’s Marble Toilet

(CNN) — The opportunity to sit on the same toilet as Frank Sinatra doesn’t come around often.
That’s why eager fans paid thousands to snag his gold-seated commodes at auction.
Furnishings from his executive suite at the former Golden Nugget Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey, were auctioned off Sunday by SS Auction, Inc.
Casino mogul Steve Wynn selected décor from all over the world to furnish the gigantic suite, which totaled over 6,000 square feet, for Sinatra.
Wynn opened the hotel in December 1980, and Sinatra sang there for several years. No one else was allowed to stay there when Sinatra wasn’t in residence, David Berenblit, marketing manager at the auction house, told CNN.

Sinatra’s Italian marble and gold-seated toilets were highly sought after. One sold for $4,250, and his “basic” marble toilet without the gold seat sold for $1,800.
“Typically toilets like those would maybe go for $2,000 online,” Berenblit said.