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Top 10 Most Expensive Toys in the World — One Can Buy 40 Lamborghinis



Toys are typically objects for a child to play with. They are commonly a model or miniature replica of something such as fictional superheroes like Superman and Batman.

While most of these toys are produced and sold at a price range affordable for many parents, there are some that now cost fortunes.

The most expensive toys in the world are often made with precious materials and intricate craftsmanship, making them more collector’s items than playthings.

In our list of the top 10 most expensive toys of all time, one of them is as expensive as $8 million which is equivalent to the price of 40 Lamborghini considering the average price of the luxury car is around $211,000.

1. Astolat Dollhouse Castle – $8.5 million

This incredibly detailed dollhouse is considered the most expensive in the world, and for good reason. It was made by the British company Miniature World and took over 13 years to build.

The castle is made of over 10,000 pieces of wood, metal, and glass, and it features over 20 rooms, including a ballroom, a library, and a dining room.

2. L’Oiseleur (The Bird Trainer) – $6.25 million

This automaton, or self-moving machine, was created by the Swiss artist Jaquet-Droz in the 18th century. It depicts a young boy playing a flute and a bird singing in a tree. The automaton is made of wood, metal, and glass, and it is powered by a clockwork mechanism.

3. Madame Alexander Eloise – $5 million

This limited-edition doll was created by the Madame Alexander Doll Company in 2006.

She is dressed in a couture gown and wears over 9 carats of diamonds. Eloise is the most expensive doll ever made.

4. Lamborghini Aventador Model Car – $4.6 million

This 1:8 scale model of the Lamborghini Aventador is made of gold, platinum, and diamonds. It was created by the jeweler Robert Gülpen in 2014.

The model car is so detailed that it even has working headlights and taillights.

5. Shimansky Soccer Ball – $2.59 million

This soccer ball is made of gold, platinum, and diamonds. It was created by the South African jeweler Shimansky in 2002. The soccer ball is so valuable that it is insured for over $2 million.

6. Steiff Louis Vuitton Teddy Bear – $2.1 million

This limited-edition teddy bear was created by the German toy company Steiff in collaboration with the fashion house Louis Vuitton in 2006. It is made of mohair, cashmere, and gold, and it wears a Louis Vuitton monogrammed collar. Only 125 of these teddy bears were ever made.

7. Golden Monopoly – $2 million

This custom-made Monopoly set is made of gold, platinum, and diamonds. It was created by the jeweler Sidney Mobell in 1988. The set includes a golden board, gold houses and hotels, and gold game pieces.

8. The Masterpiece Cube Rubik’s Cube – $1.5 million

This Rubik’s Cube is made of 18-karat gold, rubies, emeralds, and sapphires. It was created by the jeweler Diamond Cutters International in 1995. The cube is so valuable that it is insured for over $1 million.

9. Gold Rocking Horse – $600,000

This rocking horse is made of 24-karat gold. It was created by the Japanese jeweler Ginza Tanaka in 2006.

The rocking horse is so heavy that it weighs over 200 pounds.

10. Stefano Canturi Barbie or Diamond Barbie – $302,500

This limited-edition Barbie doll was created by the Italian designer Stefano Canturi in 2010. She is dressed in a couture gown and wears over 300 diamonds.

Only 12 of these Barbie dolls were ever made.


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