1. Chess Set:
Charles Hollander: $600,000
This chess has 320 carats of white and black diamonds, there are only seven of these luxury chess sets in the world.
Susse Freres daguerreotype camera: $775,000
This camera made in 1839 is believed to be the oldest commercially manufactured camera in the world.
3. Hotel Room
Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President Wilson in Geneva: $65,000 per night
This price is no surprise with it having 10 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms.
PrestigeHD Supreme Rose Edition:$2.3 million
Whether this TV is on or off it will give pleasure with its hand sewn alligator skin and the obnoxious amount of diamonds studded around the frame.
Heintzman Crystal: $3.22 million
This 9 foot piano was made in Beijing and was recently purchased at auction by a private bidder.
Le Burger Extravagant: $295
Serendipity 3 in New York City is home to this deliciously expensive burger, which is held together by a solid gold, diamond-encrusted toothpick.
Number 5, 1948: $140 million
This was painted by Jackson Pollock, who received a bit of criticism for his paintings but with it selling for 7 figures he probably doesn’t care very much about what other people think.
Spin Jeans By Damien Hirst: $27,000
Theres only every been 8 instances of this multicolored mess being available in the world. Hipsters everywhere are wishing they could have a pair.
Raphael’s Head of a Muse: $47.9 million
In 2009 this drawing was only estimated to sell at $20 million but it ended up going for over twice that.
10. Parking Spot
Manhattan: $1 million
This million dollar parking spot is worth more than 6 times the national price of a single family home, its located in eight-story luxury condominium building at 66 E. 11th St in downtown Manhattan.