The world’s five most costly items

The most costly items in the world are homes, yachts, jets, and paintings.

History Supreme

Because of the materials used in its construction and the amenities it offers, this superyacht may not be the biggest in the world, but it is the most expensive.

It is covered in solid gold and platinum and has a real Tyrannosaurus Rex bone accented by a meteoric stone.

Even if Jeff Bezos’ yacht Koru is bigger at 417 feet, it is nothing compared to the History Supreme, which was built in three years and cost an astounding $4.5 billion.

Imperial State Crown 

One of the most well-known items in the British Crown Jewels is the Imperial State Crown, which has around 3000 gemstones in total, including the Black Prince’s Ruby.

It was placed on Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin during her state funeral and worn by King Charles III at his coronation.

The worth of the crown, which is set with 2,868 diamonds, 273 pearls, 17 sapphires, 11 emeralds, and five rubies, has never been determined, although experts value it between £3 billion and £5 billion, according to The Tatler.

The Antilia [lmd international]

Forbes India claims that Antilia, a 27-story building in Mumbai, India, is among the most costly items in the world and is owned by India’s richest man, Mukesh Ambani. It is among the priciest objects in the world, with nine elevators, three helipads, a 50-seat home theater, and numerous other pricey features.

Air force one 

A heavily altered Boeing 747-8, Air Force One, was created to specifically fulfill the demands of the President and his crew.

It features a secure communications system, a medical facility, a meeting room, and personalized décor.

The U.S. Air Force operates the aircraft, which is kept in top condition in terms of security and safety.


With a complicated past, this home on the French Riviera served as a hospital during World War II. Constructed in 1902 for Belgian King Leopold II, Villa Leopolda is currently the second most expensive private property globally, with a sale price of $506 million.

Villa Leopolda

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