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What is the rarest item in the world?

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Asked by ankit shivam, 29 May '10 10:34 am
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RAREST SIGNATURE: With only 6 of them in existence William Shakespeare's signature is one of the rarest of all and is valued somewhere around $3 million dollars.

RAREST GEM
The world's rarest gem is believed to be painite. The painite is orangish or reddish brown and was first discovered in Burma in the '50s. Within the last couple of years, the source of the two original painite crystals was discovered and now a few hundred faceted stones exist.

RAREST COMIC BOOK: (this was in the simpsons lol)
One of the rarest comic books still in existence in near-perfect condition is an issue of "Amazing Spider-Man #1," rare not only because of its singularity but also because of its quality. The comic book sold for only 12 cents per copy when it was published in March 1963, and is now worth over $40K
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RAREST BOOK
There are countless rare books in the world, but by most experts' standards the rarest of them all is the Gutenberg Bible. It was the first book ever printed back in 1456, an ...more
Answered by anju chauhan, 29 May '10 11:09 am

 
  
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A Greek monk Mihallo Toltos never saw a women in his life. When he was born, his mother died and the baby was taken the following day to a monastry atop the Mount Athos. He spent his life among the monks-isolated from women. Even female animals were not allowed to enter the monastry.
Answered by jameel ahmed, 29 May '10 10:44 am

 
  
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Insaniyat.........
Sab milte hain..... doctor, engineer, scientist, mechanic, teacher, student, gupta, verma, ansari, kapoor, smith, john, singh, mehta............. etc. etc. PAR INSAAN NAHI MILTA......
Answered by Ahsaan Ansari, 29 May '10 10:43 am

 
  
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"A true pandit " (This pandit is with respect to Bhagwad geeta Karm Yog).
Answered by KARTIKAY SHARMA, 29 May '10 10:42 am

 
  
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Rarest item is satisfied heart. WE cannot find out such one very easily
Answered by ala, 29 May '10 10:41 am

 
  
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Honest politician.
Answered by ashok sharma, 29 May '10 10:40 am

 
  
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The bottom of the periodic table contains some man-made elements (such as Einsteinium) that only physically existed for fractions of seconds and only one atom of which existed at a time. That's pretty
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Ancient Sea Salt
Answered by Pardeep kapoor, 29 May '10 10:38 am

 
  
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Though it is not an item
but rearest is true love
Answered by anushka desai, 29 May '10 10:35 am

 
  
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Item ..... sab milta hai search karni padhti hai
Answered by SHEETAL M, 29 May '10 11:00 am

 
  
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The world's rarest gem is believed to be painite, a gem that most have never heard of.
Answered by Dinesh Manaktala, 29 May '10 10:35 am

 
  
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