Frank is most well-known for her diaries chronicling her time as a German-born Jewish teenager hiding in occupied Amsterdam during World War II. Frank and her family were captured late in the war. She died at 15 years old in the Bergen-Belsen Nazi concentration camp, just before it was liberated by Allied forces.
A rare handwritten poem signed by the famed diarist was sold at auction on Wednesday for €140,000 ($148,620).
The poem, also signed by Anne Frank, was written in the “friendship book” of Christiane “Cri-Cri” van Maarsen, the older sister of Frank’s best friend, Jacqueline van Maarsen, according to auction house Bubb Kuyper in the city of Haarlem.