The Jules Audemars Tourbillon 26561BC.OO.D002CR.01 watch is priced at $116,480.00 and supposedly features a manual-winding Audemars Piguet Caliber 2906 movement with Tourbillon. For those wondering, there’s approximately 72 hours of power reserve. Product page. Continue reading to see more weird and expensive Amazon items.
The Black Empress 1851 12d. Black Postage Stamp – $848,750
The Black Empress is an astounding, never hinged, mint example of the classic Canadian rarity, the 1851 12d. Black. According to the seller, “This is unquestionably the finest mint example in existence. Featuring an incredible overall freshness and brilliance, with intensely rich colour and a sharp and detailed impression on pristine paper.” Product page.
Daum Crystal Masterpiece Peacock – $400,000
The Daum Crystal Masterpiece Peacock is is limited to just 8 pieces worldwide, standing an impressive 6-feet-tall. The seller says, “Daum, the legendary master, has kept alive for more than a century a love relationship with the greatest artists of its time, giving their work of art a second life of crystal and colors.” Product page.
Geometrix Da Vinci 103 Light Chandelier – $208,989
Geometrix’s Da Vinci 103 Light Chandelier is probably the most expensive model you will find online. Despite no technical information being available, one reviewer says: “Bought this last year for my wife’s retirement party after our old one broke. It cost more than the disco balls at Spencer Gifts, but it was well worth it.” Product page.
Late 17th Century Italian Viola Da Gamba – $169,000
This late 17th century Italian Viola Da Gamba was apparently made between the years of 1680 – 1690 by Nicholas Leidolff. It originates from Vienna, Austria and Venice, Italy. Unfortunately, no other information is provided. Product page.
Asfour Crystal Tut Anhk Amon Chair – $140,000
The Asfour Crystal Tut Anhk Amon Chair took about 630-hours to complete and is made from the purest crystal available today. Unfortunately, this chair cannot raise the dead, like the above viewer states. Product page.