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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.
Why so expensive? These game-worn Nike Air Jordan Vs were signed by Michael Jordan in 1990.
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.
This $114,675.81 Louisville Slugger bat, signed by The Sultan of Swat himself, comes with a certificate of authenticity.
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.
This pendant from Traxnyc has more than four carat weights of diamonds along with a one-ounce bar of gold.
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.
This model of H.M.S. Sovereign of The Seas (1637) is hand-built by skilled artists.
This high-precision movement timepiece by Graham boasts 48 diamonds, 18K white gold and a blue sapphire bezel.
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.
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."
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.
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.
Made by Design Toscano, this $1,217.69 statue actually qualifies for free Prime shipping.
For Giants fans, it doesn't get much better than this $2,519 Super Bowl XLII collectible signed by Eli Manning.
Next summer is going to be wild, provided you pony up the $16,700 to get this Atera hot tub delivered via Amazon.
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.
There are all sorts of interesting sports collectibles on Amazon, including this $81,819 lot of four Score baseball cards signed by Mickey Mantle.
This stunning 18K gold ring boasts 26 diamonds with a 1.07 CTW.
This 15-foot-tall vinyl bouncy castle includes its own commercial-grade air blower -- pretty much everything you need to get the party started.
This full-size Deadpool pinball machine made by Stern Pinball includes a custom-molded chimichanga truck time machine. Really.
Here's a look at the game field of the Deadpool pinball machine, just because we think it's so cool.
This exercise machine from Tytax, designed for home and small fitness club use, includes 335 pounds of weights and supports more than 200 exercises.
No need to visit the stinky ol' boardwalk again once you've got this $5,975 Skee-Ball Alley in your basement.
Sure, you knew you could buy TVs on Amazon. But did you know you could buy one that sells for $15,000?
This bad boy is liquid-cooled.