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10 Most Hysterically expensive things ever bought by someone

Remember the last time we bought grocery and freaked out at our bill. Then it's time for us to get hurt by the reality that our grocery bill is nothing when it comes to these purchases of some wealthiest of the wealthiest men in our world.



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Graff Pink Diamond

Laurence Graff, a British billionaire purchased this at a cost of $46 million(yes, you didn't read that wrong). It is said to be one of the rarest gem found in this world.



Manhattan Parking Spot

In a city like New York with scaling population and construction of the new buildings, it's hard to find a perfect parking spot. Owning a parking spot is a luxury and thus a parking spot was sold for 1 million dollars.

Gold plated Bugatti Veyron-$10 million

Owning a car might be a necessity for some people while owning jewelry a luxury. A Middle-Eastern billionaire thought of purchasing a car which is also a style statement. He purchased a Gold plated Bugatti Veyron worth $10 million.



Bluefin Tuna

The sushi restaurant owner, Kiyoshi Kimura purchased a single Bluefin Tuna fish worth $3.1 million from Toyosu market Japan.

Leonardo DaVinci's Salvatore Mundi

The famous painting of DaVinci was sold for $450million to Saudi Prince Bader Bin Abdullah in 2017. It is said to be the last known painting of DaVinci in private hands.



1963 Ferrari 250 GTO

Between 1963 and 1964 only 39 Ferrari was built in the model and CEO of WeatherTech, David MacNeil owns one of them which he bought for $70 million.



History Supreme Yacht

A yacht worth $4.5 billion was bought by Malaysia's richest person Robert Knock. It is said to have a master suite with gold Aqua vista Panoramic Wall Aquarium and luxurious liquor bottle with 18.5-carat diamond!


Wittelsbach-Graff diamond

Laurence Graff (yes, the jeweler who owns pink diamond) owns this deep blue diamond, which is famous in history and has been handed over from kings to kings. He bought it for $80 million.



iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition by Stuart Hughes

A British designer, Stuart Hughes designed iPhone worth $8 million. Wondering what's so special about this iPhone? It has the Apple logo made of 53 diamonds and 500 diamonds encrusted in the rose gold bezel of the phone. Only 2 phones were built in this design and one of them js owned by Tony Sage, a gold mining business personality.

Antilia

India's richest man Mukesh Ambani owns a 34-story house- 'Antilia' at Mumbai . Named after a mythical island, this house is built to withstand an earthquake with a parking garage that can hold 160 cars and 3 helipads!



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