There are many valuable and rare items in the world that need to be kept as a sign that the item is very special. Usually the valuables in the future value is very high. The value of objects can be billions to millions because of background objects that come from the past. Here are 10 best and most expensive collections in the world.
1. The Gutenberg Bible
The Bible is specifically written in Latin and published in 1450. The Gutenberg Bible is the first printed book. All information is still there and in 2007 this book sold for USD100.000.
2. Pair of Levi Strauss & Co / Jeans Pants (USD60,000)
Levi’s is a well-known western clothing brand, and they launched the first working pants for denim men in 1873. Levi’s are now touted as the most expensive and valuable jeans in the world. When auctioned on eBay, the jeans sold for $ 60,000 in 2005. This achievement is included in the Guinness Book of World Records because the price is very high.
3. World’s Largest Diamond Necklace (USD55 million)
World’s Largest Diamond Necklace (world’s largest diamond necklace) is the world’s most expensive collectibles. This Diamond 30 years ago was found in the Republic of Congo. This is the most expensive necklace in the world that sells for $ 55 million in Singapore in 2012. This is a diamond necklace that is coated with a 407 carat diamond on it.
4. Double Fantasy John Lennon Album (USD525.
This amazing album was created collaboration Yoko Ono-John Lennon and is the first album released by the frontman The Beatles was exactly three weeks before his death. The album was released in 1980 and gained a lot of positive public exposure and commercially successful worldwide. The album also received the 1981 Grammy award. The album’s value is estimated at USD525,000.
5. T206 Honus Wagner Baseball Card / Baseball Card (USD1,26 million)
Honus Wagner is a German baseball player who has been named one of the greatest baseball players of all time. He has played the national league from 1897 until 1917 and has won many titles. His baseball card was made by an American Tobacco company. The value of this card is estimated at USD50 but sold in 2000 at a price of USD1, 26 million.
6. 1787 Chateau Lafite / Wine (USD160.000)
Chateau Lafite is made from wineries in France in the 19th century. France era is the main wine producer in the world. The wine is very expensive especially red wine. Certain types of wine were introduced in the market in 178 and named as the most expensive wine in the world because the price reached USD160.000. This wine is purchased by the US 3rd president at a high price.
7. William Shakespeare Autograph / Signature (USD5 million)
William Shakespeare is considered the best poet of the world who came from England. He has created many amazing poems that have been translated in different languages of the world. The original signature of this poet is very rare and much hunted his fans in the world. The signature of this great poet is sold for $ 5 million.
8. Treskilling Yellow Stamp / Stamp (USD2,3 million)
Treskilling Yellow stamps are considered the most valuable stamps in the world which are Swedish postmark stamps and issued in 1855. These stamps display various symbols and other symbols on it. Printed in very normal style with different colors. It is the only copy of the stamp found in this world that is so rare. That’s why it sold for $ 2, 3 million in 1996.
9. Spider-Man Comic Book / Comics (USD40.000)
Comic book Spiderman is considered the most expensive and rare comic in the world. It was first launched
in 1962 by the Marvel comics and was also named the most important comic book in history. The original price of the comic was 12 cents a copy, but now it costs more than $ 40,000.
10. Porcelain Vase (USD1, 2 million)
This porcelain vase is considered the best and there is only one in the world. It was discovered in 1368 relics of the Mongol Dynasty. This vase is made in white color decorated porcelain pattern to look attractive and exported to various countries in North America and Europe. With a height of 34 centimeters, this vase sold for USD1, 2 million in 1993.