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The most valuable Beatles albums are the original vinyl, mono, United Kingdom edition "White Album" from 1968 and the gold and black vinyl edition of "Please Please Me" from 1963. Both albums ranked highest on PopSike.com's Beatles album auction sale price list, selling...

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The most valuable rocks are ores. These rocks contain minerals or metals that can be of great commercial value, such as gold, platinum, copper, iron, nickel or silver.

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Some valuable collectibles include antique furniture, watches, Chinese ceramics, jewelry, wine, fine art, coins, stamps and classic cars, according to the Huffington Post. Additional types of valuable collectibles include rare records, action figures, toy mechanical ban...

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According to CelebrityNetWorth.com, the most valuable baseball card is the T206 Honus Wagner, which was released between 1909 and 1911. It is estimated that fewer than 100 of these cards exist, the most expensive of which sold for $2.8 million in 2007.

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Some of the most-valuable 78-rpm records include The Five Sharps' "Stormy Weather" and Tommy Johnson’s “Alcohol and Jake Blues.” The number 78 is a reference to the speed in which users must play the records so that the music sounds correct because of their size.

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The top 10 most valuable liquor brands are Johnnie Walker, Kweichow Moutai, Hennessey, Bacardi, Smirnoff, Chivas Regal, Wuliangye, Luzhou Laojiao, Jack Daniels and Baileys. The list is based on each brand's annual value in millions as well as their rating and the number...

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The most valuable issue of Life magazine is the April 13, 1962 issue covered by Liz Taylor and Richard Burton, which featured Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris baseball cards. The May 1, 1939 issue with Joe DiMaggio on the cover is also quite valuable.