It was taken apart when sold to the USA that is one Bridge that was destroyed for Money
The bridge fell into disrepair after the Romans left, but at some point either it was repaired or a new timber replacement constructed, probably more than once. In 1013, the bridge was burned down by King Aethelred in a bid to divide the invading forces of the Dane Svein Haraldsson. This episode might have inspired the well-known nursery rhyme London Bridge is Falling Down although the version of the song we know today refers to the many bridges that were destroyed and rebuilt, and the trading done on the shops over it ("Silver and Gold") in the 14th century so the song's origin is presumably of a much later date. The rebuilt London Bridge was destroyed by a storm in 1091 and yet again, this time by fire, in 1136.
The new bridge took 33 years to complete and was not finished until 1209, four years after de Colechurch died, during the reign of King John.
On 18 April 1968, Rennie's bridge was sold to the American entrepreneur Robert P. McCulloch of McCulloch Oil for the sum of $2,460,000
first Bridge 55AD destroyed 1091
first stone bridge 1176
a new Bridge was opened 1831
and the Current London Bridge was Finished in 1972
there was Probably More destroyed so we estimate 5 London Bridges have been erected