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  • Well, ho, it's your lucky day.

  • You now have unlimited money, and you can buy the most expensive things in the world.

  • Hey, get your checkbook out and let's go shopping.

  • So what do you think your total would come to millions.

  • Billions well, give you receipts and will total it up at the end.

  • First, we need some morning Joe.

  • The most expensive coffee pot is $279 for a set of five.

  • The reason for the jumbo size price tag.

  • It contains the highest quality pea berry coffee beans and 22 carat gold dust.

  • How about enjoying the most overpriced omelet in the world?

  • Along with that coffee, it'll cost you $1000 at the Parker Meridian Hotel in New York.

  • The omelet contains caviar and lobster who fancy the most pricey keyboard retails at $4200.

  • It's coated with gold dust and arushi lacquer, a sap from a tree native to East Asia.

  • The most overpriced feather for sale is $8400.

  • It comes from a now extinct bird species called the Julia, the remaining feathers air sold in auctions, and from what I hear there are only a few left.

  • The world's most exorbitant pair of jeans goes for $10,000.

  • They're the Escada couture, Swarovski crystal jeans and their customizable.

  • You can add 14 karat gold rivets and diamond buttons if you want.

  • Now let's talk about toys.

  • The most high price Lego brick you could add to your collection was sold in 2012 for 12,500 bucks.

  • It's made a 14 karat gold, but originally it wasn't for sale.

  • The company gave it as a gift to its long term employees.

  • If you're looking to book the most pricey haircut, head to London.

  • That's where a woman from Italy paid a UK hairdresser $16,400 for a luxurious appointment.

  • It included lunch, a head massage, personalized hair products and a limo ride to the airport.

  • Fortune cookies might come free with take out, but you're a big spender now.

  • Get yourself the world's most affluent one for 17 grand.

  • That's what it went for auction in 2006.

  • Now, to keep a clean house, you can get the most luxurious vacuum cleaner.

  • It's the Highland Gs T Swarovski edition, and it retails at $21,900.

  • That house will cost you a pretty penny to, but that'll be later.

  • The most costly ice dessert is a chocolate ice cream sundae served at the Serendipity three restaurant in New York.

  • It contains the most unique cocoa beans and 23 karat edible goal.

  • It comes in a golden dish filled with real diamonds.

  • All that for just 25,000 bucks.

  • The world's most expensive wedding cake.

  • You can't.

  • He was sold at a Sotheby's auction for $29,900 back in 1998.

  • It was a piece from the 1937 wedding cake of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor.

  • No wonder you can't eat.

  • It hits probably as hard as a rock.

  • Now you can finally have your fancy coffee in the world's most costly coffee mug.

  • It was made for Nestle from 23 carat gold.

  • The mugs sold for over $33,000 in 2008.

  • You could also get the world's most lavish painting done by elephants.

  • It was sold in 2005 for $39,000.

  • Doesn't say here whether you also get a trunk to store it in you in the market for a water bottle.

  • The most high priced one you can buy is covered with 24 karat goal, and it's based on the art works of Modigliani.

  • It's worth $60,000.

  • The most costly hair clippings go for $115,000.

  • They belonged to Elvis Presley.

  • The lucky buyer got a massive hair around three inches in diameter in 2002.

  • The costliest teddy bear to own is a steep Louie Vito on your cuddly new friend was Last Soul for more than $182,000 in 2000.

  • You'll also need a jewelry box for some of the items will talk about later.

  • The most exorbitant one ever.

  • Soul is a Cartier jewelry case made of ancient Egyptian steel, and it went for $189,000 in 93.

  • The price is perfumed.

  • Abi is the Clive Christian number one Imperial Majesty.

  • It's a 10 bottle, limited edition fragrance that goes for over $200,000.

  • It's decorated with a five carat white diamond and an 18 karat gold collar.

  • When it first came out in 2005 that price also included a personal delivery to the buyer in a Bentley.

  • Another high ticket toy to go along with your teddy bear is the first ever handcrafted toy soldier from 1963.

  • It was sold in 2003 for $205,000.

  • Yet a mere Barbie doll can go higher than that.

  • The most lavish one you could buy came out in 2010 during the Australian Fashion Week.

  • Price.

  • Over $300,000.

  • The most high price single glove for your collection was bought by Ponti 16 Resort in 2009.

  • It belonged to Michael Jackson and was sold for $420,000.

  • Need some wheels?

  • The costliest bicycle sold at auction is the Trek Butterfly Madan, and it belonged to a professional road racing cyclist.

  • Lance Armstrong.

  • The lucky buyer, grabbed it for half a $1,000,000.

  • Yes, you're a big spender now, so you'll need a newly renovated bathroom to match.

  • The most luxurious bathtub that broke the world record in 2010 is cut from a £20,000 Amazonian crystal stone.

  • It's a little more than six feet long and filled with diamond cuts that highlight the abstract shape of the crystal.

  • It'll cost you $845,000 but I doubt it can fit in a Bentley like that pricey perfume.

  • Oh, you'll need a pet to the costliest dog you could get was sold in China in 2011.

  • It was an 11 month old red Tibetan mastiff, and this pooch went for a little over 1.5 $1,000,000.

  • The most high price board game is an exclusive monopoly set filled with 23 carat gold, Rubies and sapphires.

  • The dice have 42 full cut diamonds for the spots, and it'll cost you two million bucks.

  • Most overpriced phone number you could own had all the same seven digits.

  • It was sold in 2006 for 2.75 million digits.

  • Would you choose another lavish item to Entertain You is the world's first and most expensive comic book.

  • It goes all the way back to 1938 and it was sold in 2014 for $3.2 million.

  • Uh, who needs Google maps when you can invest in the most costly atlas in the world?

  • This relic goes all the way back to the 15th century Italy.

  • It was the first illustrated book with engraved maps, and it went for $3.9 million in 2006.

  • Speaking of centuries old items, here's my fifth grade teacher.

  • Just kidding.

  • How about a royal carpet?

  • Made in 17 40 for the King of France is dining room.

  • It sold for $4.4 million in 2000.

  • The most costly dress you could get your hands on in an auction belonged to Marilyn Monroe.

  • It was a custom made gown, and it went for $4.8 million in 2016.

  • For fans of veteran cars those air ones made before 1905 you'd have to shovel over some serious dough for the oldest Rolls Royce still around today.

  • The two seater was made in 1904 and bought by a collector in 2007 for 7.2 million.

  • Now you need to go overboard with your holiday dick court, too.

  • The most extravagantly decorated Christmas tree is valued at 11 million bucks.

  • It broke the record in 2010 when it was on display in the Emirates plot.

  • The 43 foot tree was covered in 181 jams.

  • The priciest wedding dress you could get your hands on was made for a luxury bridal show, and it's filled with real diamonds that add up to 150 carats.

  • It's worth $12 million.

  • Costliest car registration to put on your veteran Rolls Royce consists of a single digit one.

  • It was sold in 2008 for the hefty price of $14.2 million.

  • The most expensive musical instrument for your collection was sold at an auction in 2011.

  • It's the Lady Blunt Strata, various violin that went for almost 16 million bucks.

  • Don't fiddle around with that one.

  • Time to give your wrist some bling.

  • You could go bold and vintage with the most luxurious watch ever sold.

  • It's the Henry Graves Junior, an intricate gold watch that was made around 1925.

  • Auction price in 2014 $24 million.

  • The world's most costly phone is a custom made Falcon supernova iPhone six.

  • It's made of 24 karat gold, and it has a huge pink diamond on the back.

  • It goes for 48 a half $1,000,000 If you're interested now it's time to fill your safe.

  • The world's most expensive jewel you could purchase is called The Pink Star, and it was sold at an auction in 2017.

  • It was mined in 1999 and originally boasted 132 carats.

  • It took two years to get it cut and polished, which dropped it down to about 60 carrots.

  • It's still raked in $71.2 million though most high priced artwork you could buy from a living artist at an auction is called The Rabbit.

  • It's a sculpture that was created in 1986 and it was purchased for $91 million in 2019.

  • Now you need accommodation to put all your stuff in Amir Storage Locker.

  • No, no, no.

  • The world's costliest private house was built in 2010.

  • It's a 27 storey skyscraper, and it was priced at two billion.

  • With a B.

  • It has 168 parking spaces, three hella pods, a few swimming pools and even a couple of theaters, which brings our total to just over $2.3 billion.

  • Let me know down in the comments, which item you'd buy if he could.

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Well, ho, it's your lucky day.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/04/04
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