6 of the most expensive toys in the world

Colleen Moore’s castle. $500 000
6 of the most expensive toys in the world

This fairy castle was made for a famous American actress of silent movies Coleen Moore in 1930. Over 700 craftsmen worked at this masterpiece – from painters to jewelers. There is a princess’s chamber, a huge hall and a marvelous garden. The house is decorated with a bunch of treasures: paintings, fresco made by Walt Disney, chandeliers incrusted with diamonds, pearls and emeralds, old statutes, and antique vases. In 1949, the castle was handed over to Chicago Museum of Science and Industry where it is still kept.

Rocking horse by Ginza Tanaka. $1,28
6 of the most expensive toys in the world

This precious horse was made by jewelry designers Ginza Tanaka from 24-carat gold as a gift to the birth of the Japanese prince Hisahito. The toy looks like a regular wooden rocking horse though it is made from the pure gold. The horse is not so convenient in use as it is heavy for the boy to carry. However, the royal family was not pleased very much by this gift as they raise their child in modesty.

"Masterpiece Cube". $1,5
6 of the most expensive toys in the world

In 1995 for the 15th anniversary of Rubik’s Cube appearance a jeweler Fred Cueller from Diamond Cutters International made an operating cube covered with 18-carat gold and incrusted with 185-carat diamonds. The masterpiece was included in the Guinness World Records.

Louis Vuitton Teddy Bear by Steiff. $2,1
6 of the most expensive toys in the world

The most expensive Teddy Bear was made in 2000 by a German company Steiff. They say that the company supposedly was the first to sew a plush bear in the world. The toy got its name due to the story when the President Theodor Roosevelt refused killing a bear while he was hunting. This Teddy Bear was created by the Louis Vuitton brand and it was sold at the auction in Monaco.

Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4.$4,7
6 of the most expensive toys in the world

The exact copy of Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 was made manually and cost more than the original car.

Doll "L’oiseleur". $6,25
6 of the most expensive toys in the world

The most expensive doll in the world is called L’oiseleur which means “birder” and it comprises of 2340 details made of polished steel. This gorgeous doll wears silk, atlas, and velvet Renaissance attire and her limbs are made of porcelain.
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