From a 1912 Rolls Royce to Jane Austen's gemstone ring, the wealthy have been making some interesting purchases.
Rich people and collectors have purchased some offbeat things. From Star Trek memorabilia to a slice of Prince Charles' toast, here are the records that were recently smashed.
* All dollar amounts in USD.
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