Sunday, August 25, 2013

Most expensive coin in the world

You may have collected coins as a hobby in some last years or you may have inherited these coins from your Grandfather, Grandmother. And now you may be interested in selling these coins for a good cash. Let me tell you what not to do.
1) Never sell or spend your ancient collected coins at their face value.
2) Do Not Clean Your Coins! Cleaning them automatically makes them worth less. A coin with a few small dings that has not been cleaned is worth more than a coin that has no dings, but has been cleaned.

Coin collection has been a very good hobby around the world. While people collect various different coins across the world, some rarest coins are always in great demand. The great demand increases the coin value. These rare coins are auctioned via different sources. Three different sources for selling coins are: -

1) Physical Auction: - You will have to find an auction and ensure that auction committee is interested in selling your coins. They may charge fee for auctioning your coins. Either they will take some percentage of your auctioned price value or they will take a flat value.

2) Online Auction: - This may be the best option in general for those who wish to get the most for their coins, and are not limited by time constraints. Selling your coins one at a time, over months and possibly years is the best way to get the most for your coin or coin collection. But where? I highly advise against using eBay or feeBay as many people call it. The fees to list and sell a coin on eBay are on the verge of outrageous. Just trust us on this one. Unless you are an experienced eBay user skip them. So where do you sell online? I've listed a few sites below that are trustworthy fair alternatives to feeBay.

a) this site allows you to sell your coins with low fees. They also offer grading, storage, and a healthy marketplace as of early 2013.
b) Heritage sells more than just coins, but is the largest in terms of overall sales.

I hope that it has helped you. I will tell you now the most expensive coin in the world till now. The value of a coin will always be connected to its rarity.

$20 million coin 1849 Double Eagle is the most expensive coin in the world. During the start of the California gold rush in 1849, United States Mint in Philadelphia created this extremely rare coin. This Double Eagle gold piece was released in denominations of $20. Just a couple of years ago, the value of the coin was estimated to be at $15 million. Just a year later, its value has risen by a third. The first-ever piece of the 1849 Double Eagle can be found at the Smithsonian Institute’s National Numismatic Collection.
1849 Double Eagle: most expensive coin
World's Most Expensive coin:$20 million 1849 Double Eagle

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

World's Most Expensive Jewelry

Elizabeth Rosemond "Liz" Taylor's Jewelry

Sold On: 13-14 December 2011
Sale Price: $115.932 million
Most Expensive Jewelry: Elizabeth Taylor's jewelry auctioned at $115.932 million
Most Expensive Jewelry: Elizabeth Taylor's jewelry auctioned at $115.932 million

Dame Elizabeth Rosemond "LizTaylor, (February 27, 1932 – March 23, 2011) was a British-American actress. Hollywood beauty Elizabeth Taylor was famous for her jewelry love in her lifetime. But late Liz Taylor's presence was still sparkling when her precious jewelry was sold at an auction on 14 December, 2011. The big splash was expected naturally when the jewelry hit the auction block. But very few have thought that this will become the most expensive private collection jewelry ever sold in the world by such a large margin. This collection of Liz Taylor's jewelry was expected to be sold at around $30 million but when auctioned off, the final sale price came out to be $115.932 million which was much higher than anticipated. The star attraction in this collection included the historic La Peregrinate necklace, the famous Elizabeth Taylor Diamond and a Taj Mahal Ruby.

Monday, August 19, 2013

World's Most Expensive Keyboard

A keyboard is an input device , partially modeled after the typewriter keyboard , which uses an arrangement of buttons or keys, which act as mechanical levers or electronic switches . A keyboard typically has characters engraved or printed on the keys and each press of a key typically corresponds to a single written symbol. However, to produce some symbols requires pressing and holding several keys simultaneously or in sequence. While most keyboard keys produce letters, numbers or signs (characters), other keys or simultaneous key presses can produce actions or computer commands.

Happy Hacking Keyboard Professional HP Japan, PFU Ltd. : 525,000 YEN or $45,000 approximately

Happy Hacking Keyboard professional HP Japan is known to be the most expensive keyboard ever built till date. This keyboard is manufactured by PFU Ltd. of Ishikawa, Japan, an affiliate of Fujitsu and it is selling it in the market at a price of 525,000 YEN or $45,000 approximately. 

This Happy Hacking Keyboard Professional HP Japan, a made-to-order keyboard is hand coated with Urushi lacquer and then powdered with gold dust, which makes it the world's most expensive keyboard.
World's Most Expensive Keyboard:Happy Hacking Keyboard Professional HP Japan
World's Most Expensive Keyboard:Happy Hacking Keyboard Professional HP Japan

Sunday, August 18, 2013

Most Expensive Shopping Mall in the World

In the present scenario shopping malls are considered to be the only destination where a famous global luxury brand as well as a local product is made available to customers under the same roof. There are several expensive shopping malls scattered all over the globe where luxurious items can be purchased after forking out a substantial sum of money.
World's most expensive shopping mall
World's most expensive shopping mall:The new south china mall
A shopping mall can be classified according to various categories.  The parameters under which a mega mall can be defined range from attributes like size, expensive design and most importantly, the total cost incurred during the construction of the shopping center.
world's most expensive shopping mall
World's most expensive shopping mall:The new south china mall
According to reports “The New South China Mall” situated in Dongguan, China is considered to be the world’s most expensive shopping mall built till date. Reportedly feet gigantic shopping mall is spread over the 6.5 million square of carpet area .It’s cavernous space allows it to lease out more than 1,500 stores which are spread out across the length and breadth of the grand mall. Apparently this shopping complex has seven branches situated all over the world which includes global destinations of the likes of Paris, Amsterdam, Venice, Rome, California and the exotic Caribbean Islands. The luxurious mall has been created with several levels. The 1st level is occupied by stores selling designer clothing and expensive jewelries and also contains quite a few high end restaurants. However the rest of the mall is mostly occupied by shops hawking books, children’s toys and sportswear.  According to some news reports even though the mall was opened in 2005, majority of its stores have not yet been opened due to its high rental cost which puts off a lot of retailers. Another point attributed to its low occupancy is the location of the mall which reportedly is not well connected by the public transport system in China. However this expensive mall is truly living up to its high standard. The mall authorities have hired several employees to cater to their customers in a quick and efficient manner.

Thursday, August 15, 2013

World's Most Expensive Office Tower

The $3.8bn cost of Freedom
The Freedom Tower, New York's latest architectural wonder, is being built to replace the twin towers and has not exactly gone according to plan
One World Trade Centre:AKA Freedom Tower
One World Trade Centre:AKA Freedom Tower
As a symbol that the US could bounce back from 9/11 and regain its global mojo, the Freedom Tower hasn't exactly worked as planned. Possibly the only "freedom" now associated with New York's twin towers replacement is budgetary: it is unofficially the most expensive office tower ever built, having now cost approximately $3.8bn (£2.3bn), almost twice the original estimate. And it's not finished yet.
If the Freedom Tower represents anything, it's that bygone era when George W Bush was a credible leader, Osama bin Laden was public enemy number one, and the fear was that Wall Street would be occupied by al-Qaida rather than students protesting about financial mismanagement. The Empire State Building was also built during a recession, but back then the greatest public enemy was Al Capone. Prohibition was about to end, the New Deal was on the way, and everyone was too busy thinking about making money to agonise over the past. In retrospect, that looks like freedom.

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

World's Most Expensive Animal

Animals are one of the creatures living, should we keep our attention and their habitats, many people who can kill the animals so that their habitat is threatened with extinction, but there are also some people who like animals and maketh as a pet and really pay attention specifically to the way treat them with great affection. They are also willing to pay that expensive to buy these animals ranging from tens of millions to billions of dollars. Here is the world's most expensive animal.
World's most expensive animal:a horse named "Green Monkey"
World's most expensive animal:a horse named "Green Monkey"
The Green Monkey, the Racehorse – $16 million
The most expensive animal is Green Monkey. Reportedly bought for a world record price of $16,000,000, the Green Monkey refers to an American Thoroughbred racehorse sold in auction at Calder Race Course in 2006. The horse’s name was lent from the

Green Monkey golf course in Barbados, in addition to the fact that he was foaled in the Chinese Year of the wooden/green monkey.Green Monkey is the name given to the horse racing 2-year-old was sold at the Calder Race Course by Demi O’Byrne. This horse is a champion twice in the Kentucky Derby horse race, but after that never won a race again, Green Monkey finally officially retired on February 12, 2008. This horse is in possession of Randy Hartley and Dean De Renzo at first and then sell it at auction Fasig-Tipton Calder in 2006. Hartley and De Renzo buy back the horse is a horse with the help of someone businessman John Magnier.

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

World's most expensive Camera

World's most expensive Camera:1923 Leica 0-Series
World's most expensive Camera:1923 Leica 0-Series
This 1923 Leica camera that sold at auction for 2.16 million euros ($2.8 million), an absolute record.
German camera-maker Leica is one of the most famous names in high-quality cameras. This 1923 0-series Leica is a piece of camera history, one from the first batch of 31 cameras the company ever created. Only about 12 are known to still exist; fewer still are in such a pristine condition. That means this camera can command top dollar — or, in this case, top euro.
It was sold at the WestLicht Photographica auction in Vienna, eventually fetching an eye-watering €2.16 million. That's about $2.8 million. Bidding started at a relatively respectable $390,000, but in the course of 4 minutes offers reached $2.3 million. The final price is higher because it includes a—rather sizeable—buyer's premium.
The world's previous most expensive camera was also a 0-series Leica, but it sold for a paltry $1.7 million.

Sunday, August 11, 2013

Most Expensive substance in the world


In terms of production costs, the most expensive substance in the world is antimatter. The cost of creating this material has been estimated at about $1,771 trillion US Dollars (USD) per ounce ($62.5 trillion USD per gram), although some authorities think it may eventually come down to a mere $141.75 billion USD per ounce ($5 billion USD per gram). This is the cost of antihydrogen, the simplest form of this type of substance, and the antimatter equivalent of the element hydrogen. Other anti-elements would be even more expensive. As of 2013, only small numbers of antihydrogen atoms have been produced — for research purposes only — and the substance is not available for sale.

Why Antimatter is so Expensive
Antimatter consists of particles that can be considered the opposites of their normal matter counterparts. The matter people are familiar with is made up of atoms, which consist of a nucleus containing heavy, positively charged, particles called protons surrounded by a “cloud” of lightweight, negatively charged electrons. Atoms of antimatter have negatively charged antiprotons in the nucleus, with positively charged anti-electrons — normally called positrons — surrounding them. Although antiprotons have been detected in cosmic rays, and positrons are emitted by some radioactive elements, there is no known natural source of anti-atoms, so antimatter has to be manufactured.
Positrons can be obtained quite easily from materials that emit them, but the much heavier antiprotons have to be created in particle colliders — machines that send subatomic particles crashing into one another, and into other materials, at enormous speeds. These collisions concentrate tremendous amounts of energy into extremely small volumes of space, which results in the creation of matter in the form of particles and antiparticles, including antiprotons. These can be separated magnetically, and combined with positrons to make atoms of antihydrogen.
Since these anti-atoms can only be made at a handful of facilities, and only in tiny quantities, antihydrogen is extremely scarce. Not only is it difficult and costly to make, it is also difficult to trap and store. Anti-atoms are strongly attracted to normal atoms, due to electrons and positrons having opposite electrical charges, and when they meet, they annihilate one another, with all their mass turning into energy. Storage involves vacuum containers that keep the anti-atoms from touching the sides using magnetic fields. These factors combine to make antimatter the world’s most expensive substance.
Uses for Antimatter
Scientists would not go to the trouble of making this substance if it did not have some potential uses. Antimatter has the greatest energy density of any possible fuel, meaning that it has the potential to release more energy per unit weight than any other substance. Since it takes even more energy to produce antimatter than can be obtained from it, it is not a solution to the planet’s energy problems; however, it has been proposed as a possible future rocket fuel, as, in theory, it could accelerate a payload to a substantial fraction of the speed of light. For the moment, though, its main interest to scientists lies in what it can reveal about the laws of physics.

World’s Most Expensive Ship

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 World's most expensive ship
Nuclear powered aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford is considered the most expensive ship in the World because it will cost around $14 billion. The United States is building this next generation aircraft carrier at Newport News Shipbuilding, Virgina.
Once inducted, this new Ford class aircraft carrier ship will be the largest and most lethal ship to join the US fleet. It will be able to handle up to 220 takeoffs and landings from its deck every day.
The sheer enormity of the ship and the scope of the ship’s construction are hard to comprehend. This 25 stories high ship will be 1106 feet long, 250 feet wide and will weigh 224 million pounds. Anchor chains are made up of the links weighing 360 pounds each. It will be the weight of the chains that will immobilize this 224 million pound carrier, not the anchors. The bow alone is more than three stories tall and weighs roughly 116,000 pounds.
The Ford is equipped with advanced features like missile defense system, dual-band radar and stealth capabilities. Even with the extra fuel that would be needed to keep the pace and cover long distances; the Ford would be able to remain at sea without replenishment for months.
But the U.S. Navy’s plans of spending billions of dollars on this “Big Carrier” are being scrutinized and debated extensively now since drones threaten to replace most manned military aircrafts in coming days.

Thursday, August 8, 2013

Most Expensive Computer in the World

The Japanese government estimates the Earth Simulator cost $400,000,000, making it the most expensive computer ever built. The budget for the Earth Simulator project was authorized for the National Space Development Agency of Japan (NASDA) and the Power Reactor and Nuclear Fuel
Development Corporation (PNC) in 1997, and NEC Corporation made the winning bid for the Japanese project.
By May 2002, the 640 processor node supercomputer was benchmarked with Linpack as having 35.86 TFlop/s performance. This gave it the top spot on the TOP500 Supercomputer Sites list until 2004 when IBM’s BlueGene/L supercomputer took its place using an architecture that cost less than half as much to implement.
Each processor node in the Earth Simulator contains 8 vector processors running at 500MHz with 16GB of shared memory, and the total main memory in the machine is 10 terabytes. The operating system running on the supercomputer is NEC’s UNIX-based OS called “SUPER-UX” which is used on NEC’s SX Series of supercomputers.
This expensive computer is used for a wide variety of international projects, most of which are related to atmospheric, climate, and oceanographic simulation.

Most Expensive Coffee in the World

The most expensive coffee in the world does not hail from Jamaica or Hawaii, but instead from Indonesia.
Kopi Luwak the most expensive coffee in the world does exist, and those who drink the expensive coffee insist that it is made from coffee beans eaten, partly digested and then excreted by the Common palm civet, a weasel-like animal.
“Kopi” the Indonesian word for coffee along with “luwak” is local name of this animal which eats the raw red coffee beans. The civet digests the soft outer part of the coffee cherry, but does not digest the inner beans and excretes them.
Apparently the internal digestion ends up adds a unique flavor to the beans, removing the bitter flavor, and then beans are then picked up by locals and sold. The most expensive coffee beans can cost up to $600 a pound, and up to $50 per cup, if you can get over the fact that you are drinking such a strange brew.
You would know if you drank the most expensive coffee in the world, because the quantities of it are tiny amounts.

Most Expensive city in the world

Luanda, Angola
Luanda, Angola
Luanda, Angola:Worlds most expensive city

Monthly rent (luxury apt.): $6,500
International newspaper: $5.42
Cup of coffee: $3.88
Gas (per liter): $0.63
Oil has brought this southern African country vast riches, but high taxes and internal strife keep prices extremely high.
For Americans who come to work here, everything can cost top dollar. A pair of blue jeans will cost an average $204, according to consulting firm Mercer's annual survey.
Such sky-high prices have created a big chasm between the haves and have-nots, with 40.5% of the population living in poverty according to the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA.)
One thing that is relatively cheap here: gas, at an average of 63 cents a liter. But you'll still pay a high price to take a taxi.

World's Most Expensive Dog

Worlds Most Expensive Dog is the Red Tibetan Mastiff which was recently sold at a staggering price of $1.5 million.
Here’s why:
Once upon a time there was a type of species living in the Himalaya area, that presented a sturdy and strong physique, thunder like road and valiant quality, they presented the

Most Expensive Movie in the World

James Cameron’s Avatar – $500 million
Avatar:Worlds most expensive movie
James Cameron, the director who brought us “Titanic and the Terminator franchise, may have outdone himself with his latest endeavor. He’s certainly out budgeted himself—and everyone else in Hollywood—with Avatar.
Not to be confused with The Last Airbender, the movie follows humanity’s attempts to exploit the resources of an alien planet through hybrid human-alien “avatars.” It features a far less celebrated cast than its budget might suggest—aside from Cameron himself, the biggest names attached to it are Giovanni Ribisi and Sigourney Weaver.
Cameron first wrote the script for Avatar in 1994, but delayed production until the technology caught up with his vision. Avatar uses an innovative new motion capture camera that allows the director to watch the actor’s interaction with the computer generated world as they’re filmed, an enormous performance-capture stage called The Volume and a special skullcap for recording facial expressions. Additionally, the entire movie is being filmed in 3D.

World's Most Expensive Shoes

Harry Winston’s Ruby Slippers – $3 million

most expensive shoes in the world
Worlds most expensive shoes

While the original ruby slippers worn by Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz were made with sequins, these spectacular slippers designed by Ronald Winston of the House of Harry Winston to mark the classic movie’s fiftieth anniversary used real rubies. The slippers include 4,600 rubies totaling 1,350 carats (as well as 50 carats of diamonds) which took craftsman Javiar Barerra two months to set. Made in 1989, the world’s most expensive shoes were still on sale in 2000.

The World's Most Expensive Stock

The company Berkshire Hathaway is by far the most expensive share on the market. It is currently trading at $1,75,200 per share but has been known to tip prices of $2,50,000. Not only are the shares so expensive

World’s Most Expensive Painting

The World’s Most Expensive Painting is: The Card Players sold in 2011 for $268.1 millions.
World's Most Expensive Painting: Paul Cézanne: The Card Players 1894–1895, Musée d'Orsay, Paris
World’s Most Expensive Painting: Paul Cézanne – The Card Players 1894–1895, Musée d’Orsay, Paris
The seller was George Embiricos and the buyer is the Royal Family of Qatar.
Paul Cézanne ( inspired Cubism and referred to by Picasso as “the father of us all” )  started with smaller versions of his art and through time scaled the dimensions of his work. The piece that holds the title of The World’s Most Expensive Painting seems

The Most Expensive Pen in the World

Aurora Diamante Fountain Pen – $1.47 million

most expensive pen in the world Aurora Diamante Fountain Pen
World's most expensive pen
Aurora is a pen manufacturer based in Italy known for its luxury writing instruments. The company’s Diamante fountain pen is known for its smooth flow of writing delivery, though it may be hard to concentrate on your penmanship with this pen when it has around 2,000 diamonds encrusted

Most Expensive Motorcycle in the World

The motorcycle looks just like any other ordinary bike running on roads around the globe. However appearances can be massively deceptive and most people will be astonished to learn that it is considered to be the most expensive motorcycle

Most Expensive Wine in the World

World's Most Expensive Wines - Shipwrecked 1907 Heidsieck
 Worlds most expensive wine:Shipwrecked 1907 Heidsieck
Shipwrecked 1907 Heidsieck
These hundred year old bottles of Champagne from the Heidsieck vineyard in Champagne took over eighty years to reach their destination. Shipped to the Russian Imperial family in 1916, a shipwreck

World's Most Expensive Home


Price: $2,000,000,000
Antilia, located in Mumbai, India, is 2013’s most expensive residence. The 27 storey high mansion features pretty much anything you can think of, from a health floor and a six storey parking lot to a ballroom and a 4 storey garden. Not surprisingly, its owner, Mukesh Ambani, is the world’s fifth richest

World's Most Expensive Watch

Chopard’s $25 million watch
Most Expensive Watch - Chopard's $25 million watch
 Worlds most expensive watch
Yes, you read that right: twenty-five million dollars. This gaudy timepiece by Chopard is adorned with three heart-shaped diamonds—a 15-carat pink diamond, a 12-carat blue diamond and an 11-carat white diamond. For good measure, they threw in 163 carats of white and yellow diamonds to bring the total

World's Most Expensive Mobile Phone

The world’s most expensive phone costs £10,000,000 (or around $15,000,000). That’s right, its £10,000,000...
The phone was customized by Liverpool based designer Stuart Hughes for a Chinese businessman (who quite clearly has too much money). It is an I-phone 5 with over 600 diamonds and gold all over it. As well as this,

Most Expensive Currency in the World

Kuwaiti Dinar (1 KWD= 3.51 USD= 215.0 Indian Rupees)

In an area slightly smaller than New Jersey, lies the home of the world’s most valuable currency. Kuwait has been involved in talks in year 2013 with five other Gulf Arab monarchies to form a single currency. The Kuwait currency is currently pegged to the dollar.
Most valuable currency doesn't necessarily mean

World's Most Expensive Car

The current record for the world's most expensive car belongs to a 1938 Bugatti 57SC Atlantic sold in 2010 for somewhere between $30 million and $40 million. Should fashion designer Ralph Lauren