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Whats the most expensive item you own, inc Collections ?

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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
Apart from your house & car etc....

They say your house, then car is the most expensive item you will ever buy in your lifetime etc (I've added collections too, since a few people are mentioning them etc)

I'm curious.... What do you have that is next....

maxmix

PS You dont need to be specific on exact models etc, unless asked lol
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
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#1
passport is most valued as have been 27 different countries in last 6 years :thumbsup:
#2
darren9030
passport is most valued as have been 27 different countries in last 6 years :thumbsup:


Good answer, never thought of that, better than boat / watch / cooker :w00t: etc

maxmix
#3
My camera. It's also my livelihood, so understandable really.
#4
maxmix
Good answer, never thought of that, better than boat / watch / cooker :w00t: etc

maxmix

spooky, i have just played mull of kintyre on the radio :w00t:
#5
I have one of these, only 8002 in the world. I paid £595 tax free and was worth almost £800 when I bought it last summer.

http://watches.infoniac.com/tissot-t-race-motogp-limited-edition-2008-on-track.html

What do ya think?
#6
darren9030
spooky, i have just played mull of kintyre on the radio :w00t:


Had a few cheques from McCartney over the years i've been here, but never met him....

Only here at the farm once a year now since Linda died.... ;-)

maxmix
#7
kjbenja
I have one of these, only 8002 in the world. I paid £595 tax free and was worth almost £800 when I bought it last summer.

http://watches.infoniac.com/tissot-t-race-motogp-limited-edition-2008-on-track.html

What do ya think?


Thats a cracker :) I love my watches too, but that is cool....

maxmix

I have this 'Yellow' thing since I bought a Yellow Hyundai Coupe about 9 years back lol (Long gone)
#8
the OH (although i not got one) .......... costs ya more than a house :w00t:
#9
faevilangel
the OH (although i not got one) .......... costs ya more than a house :w00t:


lol Dont come cheap, infact that will be above the house and car :)

maxmix
#10
My Games collection (If lots of little things together count) - Keep getting told to get rid of some of it but cant as it goes back 30 years nearly
#11
Would have to be my DVD collection - it's insured for £14k which puts it above my car anyway!!
#12
probably my vinyl collection....:roll:
#13
muutoo
Would have to be my DVD collection - it's insured for £14k which puts it above my car anyway!!


omfg how many you got!!!:w00t:
#14
Not really a massive amount compared to some people, probably about 2000, but there are some nice rare ones in there!

Have met a couple of people with 2 or 3 times as many as me...
#15
muutoo
Not really a massive amount compared to some people, probably about 2000, but there are some nice rare ones in there!

Have met a couple of people with 2 or 3 times as many as me...


i have about 40 good ones:oops:
#16
muutoo
Would have to be my DVD collection - it's insured for £14k which puts it above my car anyway!!


Wowza..... Most i've heard off.... Cool

maxmix

PS I have edited the OP to include collections etc :)

I must have about 250 odd Picture Albums and Discs form the 70's and 80's etc, but all stored away now :-(
#17
muutoo
Not really a massive amount compared to some people, probably about 2000, but there are some nice rare ones in there!

Have met a couple of people with 2 or 3 times as many as me...

Blimey - you need to get out more & see the world :whistling:
#18
I thought I was bad, I've got about 200 dvd's most of which I've not actually had the time to watch!!
#19
A painting, similar to this one.

http://i43.tinypic.com/211o4uu.jpg
#20
i have a signed limeted edition copy of this print by bev doolittle
bought in canader for £200
4 years ago and now it is selling for £1,500
http://www.folgergallery.com/Prints/Doolittle_Doubled_Back.jpg
#21
When I learnt about my inability to save, I started buying up gold bars as investments..... I have racked up a fair few fortuna bars in the past year or so, probably to the tune of 9k I suppose it could count as a collection of sorts
#22
Dont know whether it would be my massive vinyl collection of mainly picture discs & limited editions or my collection of memorabilia (inc star trek chess set & fob watch, Kiss jack-in-the-boxes & loads of other daft stuff)!!
#23
Wine is what you want to collect but need a special environment. Some wine can double over night, especially when all other investables are falling!!

My old man has a collection of about a dozen Rolex including the Submariner 5oth Anniversary Ltd Ed, picked them up all over the world when working, sadly I personally don't own much.
#24
I have a Jaeger Le Coultre watch that my wife got me as a wedding present.
#25
Ohh a toughie...

In terms of collections its a toss up between my crystals (large geodes and rare specimins) and my 1930's/40's /50's Indian and Harley jerseys.
#26
It would be a Dior handbag,I've also got a few jewellery items worth about the same too,like my diamond ring.

Suppose my partner's would be all his CD's they probably all mount upto more than my handbag alone for what he paid for them.
#27
My guitar collection is my most expensive posession. There's something like six grand's worth of guitar on the wall opposite.

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