Lady Liberty has been jilted at an auction of iconic items in New York City.
A copper cast of the tip of the Statue of Liberty's nose that was up for sale Friday went unsold. The nose, which was expected to fetch between $150,000 and $200,000, was one of four made during a restoration effort in the 1980s.
Among the items that did find a suitor was the falcon statuette in the 1941 film-noir classic "The Maltese Falcon.'' A spokeswoman for Guernsey's auction house says it was sold for $325,000 to a group of buyers that included actor Leonardo DiCaprio.
Two prop tablets from the movie "The Ten Commandments'' carried by actor Charlton Heston playing Moses was sold for $18,000. The buyer's identity was not immediately known.
All prices included a 22 percent buyers premium.