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These are the most expensive things Amazon sells

Many of us shop on Amazon to save a few bucks. But did you know that Amazon sells plenty of extravagant, expensive gifts too? 

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We scoured Amazon to find the absolute strangest, most expensive stuff we could. For starters: This 5.4-inch skull made of Brazil Quartz Rock sells for $6,900.

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This $31,000 pair of sneakers

Why so expensive? These game-worn Nike Air Jordan Vs were signed by Michael Jordan in 1990.

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A $90,000 porcelain chandelier

This Lladro chandelier features countless porcelain fairies, each lit up by fiber optic strands. It's a heck of a statement piece, and it better be, given its $90,050 price tag.

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A $110,000 baseball bat signed by Babe Ruth

This $114,675.81 Louisville Slugger bat, signed by The Sultan of Swat himself, comes with a certificate of authenticity.

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A picture signed by five US presidents

This 1991 photograph of Presidents George H. W. Bush, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, Gerald Ford and Richard Nixon was signed by each, making it a very cool piece of history. It's available for $17,000 on Amazon.

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This $13,855 necklace that's literally just a bar of gold bullion

This pendant from Traxnyc has more than four carat weights of diamonds along with a one-ounce bar of gold.

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This $3,065 full-size arcade cabinet

Available on Amazon for $3,065 (with free shipping), this Class of 1981 Namco machine features Ms. Pac-Man and Galaga, plus a few additional hidden games.

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This incredibly intricate $2,700 model ship

This model of H.M.S. Sovereign of The Seas (1637) is hand-built by skilled artists.

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This $161,000 wristwatch

This high-precision movement timepiece by Graham boasts 48 diamonds, 18K white gold and a blue sapphire bezel.

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This $175,000 piece of Neo-Dada artwork

This 1990 conceptual art piece by Robert Rauschenberg, made of acrylic, enamel and fire wax on stainless steel is available for purchase on Amazon for $175,000.

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This 1:1 replica of the larvae from Alien

Sure, this one sells for "only" $699.98 on Amazon, making it the cheapest thing on this list. But as far as weird pop culture indulgences go, we'd say that still qualifies as "incredibly expensive."

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This $6,600 shed for your garden

The good news about buying this 9-by-9-foot garden shed on Amazon? Shipping will only cost you $4.49. The bad news is that you'll have to build it yourself.

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This $14,000 jukebox with a Beatles aesthetic

This Beatles Sgt. Pepper's jukebox from Crosley holds 70 vinyl records. It even has Bluetooth built in, so you can stream your favorite music to its speakers.

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This 8-foot-tall statue of Anubis

Made by Design Toscano, this $1,217.69 statue actually qualifies for free Prime shipping.

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This replica Lombardi trophy signed by Eli Manning

For Giants fans, it doesn't get much better than this $2,519 Super Bowl XLII collectible signed by Eli Manning.

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This 6-person hot tub

Next summer is going to be wild, provided you pony up the $16,700 to get this Atera hot tub delivered via Amazon.

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2,750 gallons of structural plastic adhesive

If you need plastic adhesive -- and we mean a lot of plastic adhesive -- you can buy 50 drums of 3M plastic adhesive for $87,012.08.

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Four baseball cards signed by Mickey Mantle

There are all sorts of interesting sports collectibles on Amazon, including this $81,819 lot of four Score baseball cards signed by Mickey Mantle.

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This $30,400 diamond ring

This stunning 18K gold ring boasts 26 diamonds with a 1.07 CTW.

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This $2,100 bouncy castle

This 15-foot-tall vinyl bouncy castle includes its own commercial-grade air blower -- pretty much everything you need to get the party started.

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This $7,500 Deadpool Pinball Machine

This full-size Deadpool pinball machine made by Stern Pinball includes a custom-molded chimichanga truck time machine. Really.

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No seriously, look at this amazing pinball machine.

Here's a look at the game field of the Deadpool pinball machine, just because we think it's so cool.

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This $8,000 home gym

This exercise machine from Tytax, designed for home and small fitness club use, includes 335 pounds of weights and supports more than 200 exercises.

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This 13-foot regulation Skee-Ball game

No need to visit the stinky ol' boardwalk again once you've got this $5,975 Skee-Ball Alley in your basement.

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This 88-inch Samsung 4K Ultra HD Smart TV

Sure, you knew you could buy TVs on Amazon. But did you know you could buy one that sells for $15,000?

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This massive $33,000 commercial generator

This bad boy is liquid-cooled.

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