Most expensive book in the world
6th place: Gutenberg Bible, $4.9 million. A total of 180 Gutenberg Bibles are said to have been printed, 40 on parchment and 140 on paper. In 2003, it was known that the existing Guterrey Bible consisted of 11 full copies of parchment, a New Testament on parchment, 48 copies of basically complete paper, and some scattered copies.
5th place: William Shakespeare’s “The First,” worth $6 million. The first pair of books, mainly William Shakespeare’s play, was launched in 1623 and cost less than $1. But in 2001 one sold for $6 million.
Fourth place: Canterbury Story Collection, $7.5 million. The Canterbury Story Collection is a collection of 20 stories written by Geoffrey Chaucer in the 14th century. The text is written in middle and old English and most story sections. The book sold for $7.5 million at auction in London.
Most Expensive Books in the World
Third place: Birds of America, worth $11.5 million. The book was the work of James Audubon that sold for $8.8 million in 2000 and then again in 2010 for $11.5 million. Good profit. The United States first published in 1827 the birds and characteristics of the united States on the one hand the color illustrations of birds. Many birds are actually in size and collectibles including six extinct species.
Second place: Henry The Gospels of the Lion, valued at $11.7 million. Henry The Lion ordered the creation of this evangelical church in Brunswick in 1188. In 1983, the German government bought the book for a staggering $11.7 million. The book is considered a masterpiece and features four gospels on 266 pages of text, of which 50 full pages are illustrated.
First place: Leicester, $30.8 million. This is the book’s note inventor Leonardo da Vinci. It contains 72 pages and is thein the world. It was bought by Bill Gates in 1994 for more than $30 million. The book is a collection of notes handwritten by Leonardo in Italy. It functions as a mixture of Da Vinci’s astronomical observations and theories; The nature of water, rocks, fossils; air, and the light in the sky.