Everything’s Better in Gold! Even Toilets
Everything is better when it’s dipped in gold!
So, how about a $1 million gold toilet?
The rapper Birdman has one. He posted a photo of it on Instagram.
And that’s just one of the crazy things coated in gold recently highlighted on CNBC’s “The Filthy Rich Guide.”
Saudi billionaire Turki Bin Abdullah owns a 24-karat gold plated racing bike.
Abdullah considers it a work of art.
It’s the most amazing piece of movable sculpture, probably in the world.”
If you prefer not to pedal, how about a gold motorcycle? The Goldfinger was built by Lauge Jensen. It has 850 gold-plated parts, 250 diamonds, and a crocodile leather seat. It’s valued at over $850,000.
Of course, you’ll need to pay for all of this. So how about a gold credit card? I mean literally – a solid gold credit card. If you hit your credit limit, you could just hand them the card.
The solid gold Visa will set you back $100,000: $65,000 for the card itself and $35,000 credit toward your first purchase. The good news is the annual fees is only two-grand. The bad news is the card is by invitation only from a bank in Kazakhstan.
OK, so you’ll probably never be able to purchase a gold motorcycle with a solid cold Visa card. But you can certainly buy gold coins and gold bars. After all, the true value of gold isn’t that it looks pretty. It serves as an investment as well as money. You don’t need to coat things in gold in order to benefit from the yellow metal’s historical wealth-preserving properties. Call 1-888-GOLD-160 to speak with a Precious Metals Specialist about gold’s place in your investment portfolio today.
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