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A brand new Leica will run you a few thousand dollars. If you want one with less tech and more history, well, it will run you quite a bit more. Like, for example, if you wanted a 1923 Leica 0-Series, of which there were only 25 ever made. That camera will set you back close to $3 million. That’s how much one of these uber-rare models went for at the 32nd WestLicht Camera Auction in Vienna recently, as the 1923 Leica became the most expensive camera of all time. Selling for around $2,951,000, the camera bested another Leica 0-Series that was auctioned off in 2012. A private collector from Asia was the winning bidder this time around. But don’t hang your head; it probably sucks at taking selfies.

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With their cozy sheets, blankets and candles, Brooklinen has more than taken care of all your needs in the bedroom–now they want to tackle the bathroom as well with their Super Plush Towels. After two years of testing textiles, Brooklinen has made towels that are strong, absorbent and luxuriously plush. With both traditional bath towel and larger bath sheet options–along with the requisite hand towels, washcloths and bath mat–you can deck out your entire bathroom in Brooklinen luxury without breaking the bank.