10 of the most expensive things you'll find on Amazon

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10 Of The Most Expensive Things You'll Find On Amazon


Many flock to Amazon for its large selection and competitive pricing, but not everything on the site is a bargain.

Here are 10 of the most expensive things you'll find there:

Number 10. Virgin Human Hair Extensions. These have sold for up to $24,858. The last thing anybody needs after going through the time and expense of having their locks enhanced is a cheap looking 'do. These tresses are promised to come from a single donor who refrained from chemical hair processes of any kind.

Number 9. Neil Armstrong's Hairdressing Comb And Scissors. $36,641. They didn't actually belong to the astronaut, but were used to cut his hair. The grooming set was once owned by Armstrong's barber, Marx Sizemore.

Number 8. Mickey Mantle Autographed Card Set. $90,909. This autographed grouping of 4 includes one that shows the legendary player swinging and presumably hitting as it's captioned, 'Going, Going, Gone.'

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A Kiva robot drive unit is seen, foreground, before it moves under a stack of merchandise pods, seen on a tour of one of Amazon's newest distribution centers in Tracy, Calif., Sunday, Nov. 30, 2014. This Amazon Fulfillment Center opened in 2013 and was refitted to use new robot technology in the summer of 2014. All year Amazon has been investing in ways to make shipping faster and easier to prepare for this holiday season. At this Northern California warehouse the company is employing robotics and other new technology to help workers process the annual onslaught of shopping orders. (AP Photo/Brandon Bailey)
In this still frame from video, a worker moves pods of merchandise that are moved by robots, seen on a tour of one of Amazon's newest distribution centers in Tracy, Calif., Sunday, Nov. 30, 2014. This Amazon Fulfillment Center opened in 2013 and was refitted to use new robot technology in the summer of 2014. All year Amazon has been investing in ways to make shipping faster and easier to prepare for this holiday season. At this Northern California warehouse the company is employing robotics and other new technology to help workers process the annual onslaught of shopping orders. (AP Photo/Brandon Bailey)
Amazon worker Rejinaldo Rosales, 34, retrieves items from pods that are carried to him by Kiva robots at one of Amazon's newest distribution centers in Tracy, Calif., Sunday, Nov. 30, 2014. He then places the items in containers that will go to other workers for packing and mailing. This Amazon Fulfillment Center opened in 2013 and was refitted to use new robot technology in the summer of 2014. All year Amazon has been investing in ways to make shipping faster and easier to prepare for this holiday season. At this Northern California warehouse the company is employing robotics and other new technology to help workers process the annual onslaught of shopping orders. (AP Photo/Brandon Bailey)
One of Amazon's newest distribution centers in Tracy, Calif., is seen during a tour Sunday, Nov. 30, 2014. This Amazon Fulfillment Center opened in 2013 and was refitted to use new robot technology in the summer of 2014. All year Amazon has been investing in ways to make shipping faster and easier to prepare for this holiday season. At this Northern California warehouse the company is employing robotics and other new technology to help workers process the annual onslaught of shopping orders. (AP Photo/Brandon Bailey)
Dave Clark, Amazon senior vice president for worldwide operations, takes visitors on a tour of one of Amazon's newest distribution centers in Tracy, Calif., Sunday, Nov. 30, 2014. This Amazon Fulfillment Center opened in 2013 and was refitted to use new robot technology in the summer of 2014. All year Amazon has been investing in ways to make shipping faster and easier to prepare for this holiday season. At this Northern California warehouse the company is employing robotics and other new technology to help workers process the annual onslaught of shopping orders. (AP Photo/Brandon Bailey)
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Number 7. Samsung 105-Inch Smart TV. $119,999.99. Impressive though the television is, it's the reviews of it that really steal the show. One person wrote, "I was able to purchase this amazing television with an FHA loan (30 year fixed-rate w/ 4.25% APR) and only 3.5% down...And the box it came in is incredibly roomy too, which is a huge bonus, because I live in it now."

Number 6. Lladro Niagara Chandelier. $120,000. Handmade of fine porcelain, each sculptural piece undergoes intense scrutiny to ensure it meets the company's exacting standards. The objects proving unworthy of the Lladro name are destroyed.

Number 5. 1937 O-Pee-Chee Baseball Set. $318,184.99. If the collection's generous size isn't enough to urge you to hit the 'buy' button, perhaps the discount being offered will. The current price reflects a reduction of $17,500.01.

Number 4. Manuscript Annotated And Signed By William Barclay 'Bat' Masterson. $475,000. Prior to the 1913 publication of the book 'Dodge City, The Cowboy Capital', author Robert M. Write sent these pages to the former Dodge City deputy for review. Masterson made a few corrections and signed the draft with his full name, which he very seldom did.

Number 3. 1907 Indian Ten-Dollar Coin. $624,000. Its authenticity has been certified, and the quality has been designated as being very high. Plus, it ships for free.

Number 2. 1932 'Old Dark House' Movie Poster. $750,000. Apparently, collecting rare horror movie promotional prints is a very expensive hobby. Only two of this particular poster for the Boris Karloff classic are known to still exist, and this one is said to be in far better condition than the other.

Number 1. Freaks 1932 Movie Poster. $850,000. This incredibly rare piece of horror movie memorabilia is said to be the only known one of it's kind. The 27 inch by 41 inch print comes shrink wrapped and will be shipped free of charge.

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