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The Most Expensive Things in the World?

Imagine you have all the cash that you can not think of using, so what would you start? Do you like to buy a car? What is the most expensive car that you know? A piece of engagement jewelry? A parking place? A brilliant piano to put on the rooftop?

Millionaires and billionaires can increase the funds as far as their cases get them. Some are ready to spend idiotic amounts for not useful or specific items.

While some of these items are so stupid that you might be surprised if you understand, some are not so easy like the most precious items in the world. If it’s the inspiration you need — we’ve got you covered.

Here, I collect some of the most expensive items that not all people can afford in this existence. But they might make you stimulate to collect your salary to buy any of them.

  •         Crystal Piano, 3.2 million USD

First of all, I want to introduce the most expensive piano in the world. It is made out only of crystal for people who are fans of unique instruments.

  •         Magnetic floating bed, 1.6 million USD

The next item is an amazing one that you can not find anywhere else. It is a floating bed, 1.2 feet up the ground. This luxury bed can hold up to 2000 pounds.

 

  •         The domain ‘Insure.com’, 16 million USD

It is another expensive item you can not believe and the highest selling price for an Internet domain.

  •         ‘Dead Shark’, 12 million USD

It is a high-value art piece, presents a tiger shark in a tank full of formaldehyde. An unknown hedge-fund supervisor picked it up.

  •         Villa Leopolda, 506 million USD

French Riviera is the place of this expensive villa known as the second most expensive home on the earth planet. The surprising point is that it served as a WW II hospital.

 

  •         Gold-plated Bugatti Veyron, 10 million USD

It is unbelievable that it can go from 0-100 in 2.8 seconds, as fast as a ghost. There are a few millionaires that can afford it. There is one person in Flo Rida and some middle-eastern billionaires.

  •         ‘Rhein II’ (photograph), 4.3 million USD

A masterpiece of German visual artist Andreas Gursky in 1999 is another expensive item on this list. Until now, it is the most precious photograph sold.

  •         Garçon à la pipe (painting), 104 million USD

Made by the genius Pablo Picasso in 1905, the painting shows the Parisian boy carrying a pipe.

 

  •         Diamond Panther Bracelet, 12.4 million USD

The famous piece of jewelry began the love between Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson. It is the most valuable bracelet in the world.

 

  •         Feather of Huia Bird, 10,000 USD

A feather of the presently deceased Huia Bird is instantly the only accepted remain. An anonymous bidder picked it up and paid 10Gs.

  •         Parking spot Manhattan, 1 million USD

This parking place is in the posh area of downtown Manhattan. It costs six times more than the average of American homes

  •         The ‘Perfect Pink’, 23 million USD

This is 14-carat pure pink diamond that got a huge 23 million dollars. There was an auction at Christie’s, New York, to sell this diamond.

 

  •         ‘The Card Players’ (painting), 260 million USD

This is another painting made by French artist Paul Cezzane, which was for the Royal family of Al Thani of Qatar once upon a time.

  •         1963 Ferrari GTO, 52 million USD

Purchased by an unknown user in a separate transaction. There is a 50% rise in the rate since the last GTO exchanged for 35 million USD.

 

  •         Antilia, 1 billion USD

An Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani owns this one. This 34-story mammoth of a house can withstand an earthquake of magnitude 8.0. Also, it includes three helipads along with a parking place suitable for 160 cars.

Conclusion:

Imagine you have a lot of money and become a millionaire. What will you do with this huge amount of money? Here, I introduce the most expensive items in the world that just a few billionaires can afford them.

 

 

 

 

 

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