At first glance, this may look like a normal gold ring, but it's actually a rare Soviet spy camera used by the KGB, and worth approximately $20,000. It's made from 14k solid gold and the camera lens is disguised as the central stone of the ring. How did this person obtain it? Well, the camera is allegedly from a Japanese collector named Mr. Shibata. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
"The seller, hit-camera-ltd-7569 based in Thornhill, Ontario, Canada, writes in the description that there are only two known copies of this camera - that's what was reported nearly 30 years ago when the other one was sold at auction by Christie's," reports Peta Pixel.