Price: $4 million
Although Andreas Gursky is famous for his colorful landscapes, this one of the Rhein river in Germany is little more than green and grey.
Price: $104.3 million
As the most expensive piece of art to ever sell at auction, the Walking Man just edged out the former title holder, Pablo Picasso’s Boy with a Pipe.
Price: $16.26 million
There are very few more efficient ways of implicitly begging people to rob you than wearing a $16 million ring on your finger.
Price: $4.8 billion
It almost hurts doesn’t it? Made with over 100,000 kg of gold and decorated with everything from T-Rex bones to miniature meteorites this unfortunate case of what-the-heck-do-I-do-with-5-billion-dollars is owned by an anonymous Malaysian businessman, probably Robert Kuok.
Just a single feather from the extinct Huia bird went for almost $10,000 at an auction in New Zealand.
With only 8 instances of this multicolored mess available in the world, hipsters everywhere should be foaming at the lips to get their hands…or rather their legs…on a pair.
Price: $2.97 million
If you think you have trouble keeping track of your phone in crowded places then just imagine owning this pricey little gadget.
Price: $16 million
When Quinstreet, the California based marketing firm, bought insure.com in 2009 they went down in the Guinness Book of World Records for owning the most expensive domain name ever.
Price: $47.9 million
Although it was estimated to sell at only $20 million it ended up going for over twice that at a 2009 auction by Christie’s London
Price: $1 million
Located in eight-story luxury condominium building at 66 E. 11th St in downtown Manhattan, this million dollar parking spot is worth more than 6 times the national price of a single family home.