Most Expensive Antiques in the World

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An antique may be defined as any item perceived as having value because of its aesthetic or historical significance. Items are usually more than 100 years old and have specific value due to their craftsmanship and collectability. Though they could be a luxury car, they are more likely to be a furniture or porcelain piece. These are the Most Expensive Antiques.

Most Expensive Antiques in the World

10. Napoleon’s Sword – $6.4 million

9. Germain Royal Soup Tureen -$9.7 million

8. Antique Secretary Desk by the Goddard & Townsend Families – $11.4 million

7. Emerald & Diamond Tiara – $6.4 million

6. Ming Dynasty Gold Tripod Vessel – $14.2 million

5. Pink-enamelled blue and white moonflask $6.4 million

4. Olyphant – $16.1 million

3. Badminton Cabinet – $28.8 million

2. Leonardo da Vinci’s Codex Leicester – $30.8 million

1. Pinner Qing Dynasty Vase – $80.2 million

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