A pair of vintage Levi's jeans from the 1880s is selling for a jaw-dropping amount of money at an auction. The worn pants, which were found in a mine shaft with splatters and holes but mostly intact, went for $76-thousand. That's more than 11-hundred times the price of the cheapest Levi's today. The mineshaft the historic pair of pants were found in was located in northern New Mexico. 23-year-old Kyle Hautner and Zip Stevenson, a veteran of the vintage denim market, bought the jeans.