Tuesday , 27 September 2016


Gold, Beluga Caviar, Diamonds, Etc. – Which Are the Most Expensive By Weight?

How much would you pay for a gram of everything from saffron to platinum, gold,question-mark rhodium, diamonds, white truffles, plutonium and Iranian Beluga caviar – and more? Check out our new infographic for the answers.

Most Valuable Substances Infographic

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