13 Most Surprising Prices of Ordinary Things

What would you do if you ever win a lottery of millions? Buy fancy cars, go on the most expensive places and vacations, get diam...

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13 Most Surprising Prices of Ordinary Things

What would you do if you ever win a lottery of millions? Buy fancy cars, go on the most expensive places and vacations, get diamonds or buy a big house. But there are few other ordinary things that can come to you at surprisingly higher costs. Browse further to check on the list. 

1. Burger (Price: $295)

This burger is sold at Serendipity 3 in New York City and a gold and diamond encrusted toothpick is given along.

2. Feather: Extinct Huia Bird (Price: $8,000)

Only this single feather from an extinct bird was sold $10,000 at an auction in New Zealand.

3. Drawing: Raphael’s Head of a Muse (Price: $47.9 million)

The drawing was estimated to sell at $20 million but more than doubled in the 2009 auction.

4. Jeans: Spin Jean by Damien Hirst (Price: $27,000)

Only 8 pieces of this multicolored mess are available in the world.

5. Domain Name: Insure.com (Price: $16 million)

When this domain was bought by a California based marketing firm named Quinstreet, they made it to the Guinness Book of World Records for owning the most expensive domain ever.

6. Parking Spot: Manhattan (Price: $1 million)

This parking spot is located in a eight story luxury building in Manhattan.

7. Chess Set: Charles Hollander (Price: $ 6,00,000)

This chess set is made with 320 carats of black and white diamonds. Only seven of these luxury chess sets have ever been created.

8. Cigar: Gurkha Black Dragon (Price: $ 1,150)

These cigars arrive at your place in a chest which is made out of camel bone. It was introduced in 2006 and only 5 such sets are ever produced.

9. Clock: Haute Joaillerie from Chopard (Price: $25 million)

The clock is more of a fancy item than showing time. But it pleases someone’s eyes and pockets.

10. Television: Prestige HD Supreme Rose Edition (Price: $ 2.3 million)

This television is designed for pleasure whether on or off. It is covered with hand sewn alligator skin studded with diamonds.

11. Camera: Susse Freres daguerreotype camera (Price: $ 775,000)

This camera sold at an auction in 2007 is believed to be the oldest camera in the world manufactured for commercial purposes.

12. Piano: Heintzman Crystal (Price: $ 3.22 million)

The piano is a 9 foot instrument made in BeIjing. It was purchased by a private bidder in an auction.

13. Speakers: Transmission Audio Ultimate System (Price: $2 million)

These units are made of aircraft aluminum. They weigh 5 tons and span 40 feet.
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