10. 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO: $52,000,000
The 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO racer is officially the most expensive car, having been sold for an astounding 52 Million dollars. The red competition car formerly owned by Paul Pappalardo has been purchased by an anonymous buyer in a private transaction. The price is a 49% increase compared to any other auto sale. The classic cars, particularly the Ferrari’s of 50’s and 60’s are enjoying an increase in value year after year making them the Mona Lisa of the auto world. Every great collector has to have a GTO in their collection nowadays if he really wants to be considered great.
9. iPhone 5 Black Diamond Edition: $16,500,000
The world’s most expensive smartphone costs a staggering 16.5 Million dollars. The gadget in question is a unique hand crafted piece is called the iPhone 5 Black Diamond Edition. The home button is a 26 carat black deep cut diamond, while about six hundred white diamonds cover up the chassis with 53 additional diamonds recreating the Apple logo on the back. The logo’s foundation is made up of solid gold, the screen is layered with sapphire glass fully resistant to damage. The only flaw this luxurious creation has, is the additional 23 grams it weighs. It’s currently owned by a chinese businessman.
8. Most Expensive Burger $332,000
The world’s most expensive burger is a 5 ounce burger worth three hundred and thirty two thousand dollars. It is being produced by a Dutch scientist and it is made out of cultivated beef made out of stem cells. This is the first time in history that lab grown meat is offered for tasting.
7. Shoes by Jason of Beverly Hills $2,000,000
Nick Cannon wore the world’s most expensive shoes on the famous TV show “America’s Got Talent”. The shoes in question have been created by Jason of Beverly Hills, a gemologist who decided to cover a pair of Tom Ford evening pumps for the special occasion of the show finale. Fourteen thousand round white diamonds of roughly three hundred and forty carats complete the shoes which were additionally layered by white gold. The pumps are worth about 2 Million dollars.
6. Antimatter $100,000,000,000
Antimatter is matter with reverse electrical charge. Anti electrons called positron, are like an electron but with a positive charge. Currently technology is being explored to make antimatter carrying cases. Using antimatter for medical purposes and making antimatter rockets is currently under consideration. The only problem is that it will cost 100 Billion dollars to create 1 milligram of antimatter.
5. Haute Joaillerie From Chopard $25,000,000
At number five we have Haute Joaillerie From Chopard costing at 25 Million dollars. While it looks more like a glittery mess than anything usefull for telling time, this diamond studded watch apparently struck somebody’s fancy. The watch has a 15 carat pink, 12 carat blue and 11 carat white heart-shaped diamonds. There are 163 carats of white and yellow pear-shaped diamonds on the bracelet.
4. The Royal Penthouse Suite of The President Wilson Hotel $80,000/night
Offering twelve rooms accompanied with twelve bathrooms, the The Royal Penthouse Suite of The President Wilson Hotel in Geneva is the world’s most expensive hotel suite at about eighty thousand dollars a night. With an amazing view to top it all off the suite offers a luxurious experience, equipped with the finest designer furniture a Piano, a pool table, a library, jacuzzi, amazing TV screens, a fireplace, a conference room and lavish dining area.
3. Marina Bay Sands Hotel $4,700,000,000
Marina Bay Sands is the world’s most expensive building, being worth 4.7 Billion dollars. The integrated resort front in marina bay is situated on 15.5 hectares of land with a gross area of five hundred and eighty one thousand square meters. The property offers a luxurious hotel, convention and exhibition facilities, theaters, retailers and restaurants. The Marina Bay Sands Hotel has three fifty five story towers with two thousand five hundred and sixty one luxury rooms and suits.
2. Antilia $2,000,000,000
Made by Mukesh Ambani of India, Antilia is the world’s most expensive home costing at around two billion dollars. With twenty seven floors and a height equivalent to a sixty storey building, it’s one of the amazing residential construction in the world. Antilia has nine super fast elevators, a private theater with the capacity of fifty people also includes a snack bar and a wine room, a staff of six hundred people. The top four floors of the building are used as the residential area for the family.
1. The Card Players by Paul Cezanne $320,000,000
The Card Players is a series of oil paintings by the French Post-Impressionist artist Paul Cezanne. Painted during the early 1890’s, there are five paintings in the series.The series is considered by critics to be a cornerstone of Cezanne’s art during the early-to-mid 1890’s period. In 2011 the royal family of Qatar bought the painting for a record price of estimated between 250 million dollars and 320 Million dollars from Greek shipping magnate George Embiricos.