Tuesday, April 5, 2011

The Most Expensive Goods in the World's

World's Most Expensive Cigarettes
Gurkha Black Dragon
Price: $ 1.150 / trunk

Cigars Gurkha Black Dragon cigars were introduced in 2006, according to cigar.com Cigars are "handmade cigars" in Honduras and placed in boxes made from camel bone carving and brass. Cigars are produced only as many as five boxes of 100 cigars, each stem is worth $ 115,000, and now only one remains.

World's Most Expensive Champagne
Heidsieck Monopole Champagne 1907
Price: $ 35,000 / bottle

In 1997, a team finds a ship that sank in the Baltic Sea contain valuable cargo, including the 2,000 bottles of Champagne Heidsieck Monopole. Hotel Ritz-Carlton in Moscow to claim 10 of the bottle tersebuat is on them and Dapa traded in 2008. According to a spokesman for the hotel, Sergey Logvinov, the first bottle sold in the first month on a Russian collector, now only 1 bottle left.

Most Expensive Hotel Rooms
Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President Wilson in Geneva
Price: $ 65,000 / Night

This luxurious Suite, which occupies one floor of the hotel with an area of 18,083 square meters, has 10 rooms and seven bathrooms. When renovated in January 2009 plus a fitness area.

World's most expensive bike
Aurumania Gold Bike Crystal Edition
Price: 114.464 USD / unit

Aurumania a design company in Scandinavia only make 10, a bicycle "handmade" 24 carat gold plated. Each decorated with 600 Swarovski crystals. The company, founded in September 2008, has sold five units to buyers in the UK, Dubai, Russia, Italy, and the last, Australia. He added that four of the clients also buy gold-plated racks.

Head Golf (Long-Nose Putter) World's Most Expensive
Long-Nose Putter Stamped "AD," attributed to Andrew Dickson
Price: $ 181,000

Andrew Dickson, is someone who experienced a caddy at As sejalk from easy up to now and set up a golf club, where a head golf (long-nose putter) sold in the U.S. where the item is sold for $ 181,000 at an auction Sotheby's in New York in 2007 .

World's Most Expensive Wine
Screaming Eagle Cabernet Sauvignon 1992
Price: $ 500,000

Screaming Eagle's sold for $ 500,000 where the proceeds to charity. Purchased at Auction Napa Valley Wine in 2000 by Chase Bailey.

World's Most Expensive Chess Set
Chess Set by Charles Hollander *
Price: $ 600,000

Srt chess will sell for $ 600,000 after its launch seta sesatt chess consists of 320 carats of black and white diamonds and two kilograms of 14 karat white gold. Hollander has made seven luxury chess sets, all designed by Bernard Maquin.

World's Most Expensive Apartment
$ 306,446,000

The buyer, according to Financial Times, are investors from the Middle East unnamed who bought the penthouse. Luxury penthouse, located just above the Monte Carlo completed by the majestic and glittering views of the yacht marina. Penthouse floor of the two has included a library, and oval-shaped titanic.

World's Most Expensive Motorcycle
Dodge Tomahawk V10 superbike
Price: $ 700,000

Dodge Tomahawk, a motorcycle with four wheels, has a Dodge Viper V10 engine and can reach 60 mph in 2.5 seconds,
according to Edmunds.com. The highest speed is estimated at more than 300 mph.
Vehicles that made its debut at the 2003 International
Auto Show in Detroit, reported price of $ 550,000, but a spokesman for Dodge
confirmed by Bloomberg Businessweek that the two units were sold at the higher $ 700,000.

World's Most Expensive Camera
Susse Freres Daguerreotype camera
Price: $ 775,000

A Daguerreotype camera designed by a French Susse Freres in 1839 WestLicht sold at auction in 2007 for € 576,000 ($ 775,000). It is the oldest commercial production the camera in the world.

World's Most Expensive Speakers
Ultimate Audio Transmission System
Price: $ 2 million per pair

With a total of 12 units, four subwoofer with size 37 feet and weighing 5 tons metric. All units are made of aluminum, Set was introduced in late 2009, and so far two pairs have been ordered, said Bo Bengtsson, president of Audio Transmission.

World's Most Expensive TV
PrestigeHD Supreme Rose Edition by Stuart Hughes
Price: $ 2.3 million

A 55 inch television PrestigeHD and coating with 28 kilograms of 18-carat gold and 72 diamonds, with alligator skin is sewn into the pane TVnyal. This TV is produced in limited edition

Guitar World's Most Expensive
Fender Stratocaster guitar
Price: $ 2.7 million

A group of world renowned musicians signed the guitar, which was auctioned in Qatar in 2005, to raise funds for tsunami victims, according to a press release. Musicians who took part signed, among others, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Eric Clapton, Brian May, Jimmy Page, David Gilmour, Jeff Beck, Pete Townsend, Mark Knopfler, Ray Davis, Liam Gallagher, Ronnie Wood, Tony Iommi, Angus & Malcolm Young, Paul McCartney, Sting, Ritchie Blackmore, Def Leppard, and Bryan Adams and bought by Qatar's royal family earlier that year, donated back to charity, and sold again with the price of $ 2,700,000.

HP's most expensive in the world
iPhone 3G Supreme Rose by Stuart Hughes
Price: $ 2.97 million

Stuart Hughes, who also designed the most expensive television. in 2009 when he created an iPhone studded with 22-karat gold with 53 diamonds for an Australian businessman who was not to be named a price of £ 1,920,000.

World's Most Expensive Piano
Crystal Heintzman Piano
Price: $ 3.22 millio

A nine-foot piano dengab size made by Heintzman Piano, in Beijing recently purchased at auction for $ 3,220,000.

World's Most Expensive Web Domain Names
Price: $ 16 million

In 2009, an Internet marketing company located in California QuinStreet buy insure.com of $ 16 million, making a new record for most expensive domain name. This was previously held by ***. com, which in 2006 sold more than $ 12 million.

World's Most Expensive Ring
Chopard Blue Diamond Ring
Price: $ 16.26 million

Chopard Blue Diamond Ring is a 9-carat blue diamond, with 18-carat white gold studded with diamonds. It sold in 2007 in a collector with a price of $ 16,260,000, but a spokesman said Chopard ring current estimated value is $ 18,561,310.

World's Most Expensive Cars
1954-55 Mercedes-Benz W196
Price: $ 24 million

Mercedes-Benz W196, which won the Grand Prix in 1954 and 1955, and sold at auction in 1990 with a fairly staggering $ 24 million.

Clock World's Most Expensive
Watch from Chopard Haute Joaillerie
Price: $ 25 million

In early 2000 this clock d sold for $ 25 million, consists of 201 hours carat pink diamonds, blue, and white, including 15 carat, pink diamond heart-shaped, 12-carat, heart-shaped blue diamond, and 11-carat, diamond white heart-shaped.

World's Most Expensive Hand Drawing at the Paper
Raphael's Head of a Muse
Price: $ 47.9 million

Hand drawing on paper in the world's most expensive sold at auction in December 2009 by Christie's in London, sold for $ 47,941,095.

World's Most Expensive Statue
L'Homme qui marche I (Walking Man I), Alberto Giacometti (1961)
Price: $ 104.3 million

After just eight minutes of bidding at Sotheby's auction in London in February, the bronze statue was sold at a price of $ 104.3 million.

World's Most Expensive Painting
Number 5, 1948, Jackson Pollock (1948)
Price: $ 140 million

Billionaire who is a film producer David Geffen sold the painting to David Martínez in 2006.

World's Most Expensive Private Jet
Boeing 747-8 VIP
Price: $ 295 million

Jet which has a size of 4786 square meters of cabin space, is the newest member of the family 747, Boeing has sold seven 747-8 since May 2006.

World's Most Expensive Houses
Price: $ 1 billion

According to a report from Real Estate Magazine's most expensive house in the world, named Antilles, located in downtown Mumbai, India, which became the residence of Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani. Tower with 570-foot tinngi have helipad, health club and six floors garage which can accommodate 168 cars. Each level has a garden and served by a staff of 600 people.

World's Most Expensive Yacht
Price: $ 1.2 billion

These yachts with a length of 560 feet has two helipads, 11 guest cabins, two swimming pools, three boats, an aquarium, and minisubmarine which can dive to 50 meters below sea level, master bedroom and the bridge has been installed bulletproof glass, and security systems including missile detection system. The owner is Roman Abramovich, the Russian billionaire who also has the British Chelsea Football Club, reportedly yacht is equipped with a laser system that prevents paparazzi from taking photos. Built by Blohm Voss in Hamburg, Germany

World's Most Expensive Comic
Comic Action
Price: U.S. $ 317,200

There are many reasons why the prices given above The Action Comics Issue # 1 is really expensive. But the main reason is because it contains 12-page comic first appearance of Superman, the super hero in the world, and written by Jerry Siegel Joe Shuster with a hand drawing. John Dalmayan drummer for System of Down managed to bring home comic was printed in March 1938, after the conquest of dozens of other bidders through the internet auction.

World's Most Expensive Stamps
The Three-Skilling Yellow
Price: $ 2.3 Million

The Three-Skilling Yellow, is misprinted stamps published by the Swedish government that is in its first printing in 1855. Where normal postage only (which should be blue-green) are also included rare stamps. In 1996 sold for $ 2.3 million or approximately Rp. 21.85 billion.

World's Most Expensive Stadium
Wembley Stadium
Price: $ 1.5 Billion

Wembley Stadium is a stadium located in the UK are usually also digunaan as the final event where bertandingnya FA Cup and England national team.

World's Most Expensive Cities
City of Oslo in Norway

Oslo, Norway for the second time, UBS Bank puts Oslo, the capital of Norway as the number one most expensive city in the world. Norway is one of the richest countries in the world, the average salary of Oslo residents also highest in the world number four, but the cost incurred for goods and services, such as transport is more expensive than in the other hemisphere.

World's Most Expensive Coffee
Civet Coffee, Indonesia: $ 160 per pound

Civet coffee is steeping coffee use coffee beans taken from the remaining dirt mongoose / palm civet. Biiji coffee is believed to have different tastes when eaten and passed through the digestive tract mongoose. Notoriety of this coffee in Southeast Asia has long been known, but only became widely known in the gourmet coffee enthusiasts after its publication in the 1980's.

World's Most Expensive Underpants

World's Most Expensive Underpants Takasimaya sold in department stores in Nihonbashi. This Underpants expenditure amounting to 10,000,000 yen (about $ 100.836) in which the Underpants casenya made of platinum, which is decorated with several diamonds of two carats.

World's Most Expensive Flash Disk
Price: 5000 Euro (EUR 7300) / pcs.

This flash disk will be provided two forms of the model is a triangle (Labyrinth) and star (Constellation), with a capacity of 192 GB USB 2.0. Flash disc casing made from the wood of choice of Africa that has been stored for 200 years which makes the flash disk has a historic impression.

World's Most Expensive Rifle
Price: $ 525,000

This rifle is the most expensive rifle in the world .. designed by Viggo Olsson, one of the weapons maker in Sweden. This gun was named H.H. Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan Mosque Rifle a namesake with one of the buildings Mosque in Abu Dhabi. carvings on the rifle is inspired from a mosque in Abu Dhabi lamp decorated with gold and 36 diamonds with different colors ..
This gun only made 1 in the world with price $ 525,000

World's Most Expensive Calendar
Price: 1 Million USD / piece

If the calendar is usually average of nearly the same shape, well .. kalo emang Pantes this calendar as a calendar practically the most expensive! How not expensive, if the calendar is sold at a price of 1 Million USD, and only 1 piece in every single continent!

World's Most Expensive Airport
Price: U.S. $ 20 billion

Hong Kong International Airport is one of the busiest in the world, which so far has been ranked as the fourth best international airport. According to an article in the Moodie Report