Imagine buying one cracker at $23, 000, this is indeed the most unusual use of money
The last-surviving cracker from the Titanic in 1912 was sold to a Greek collector on Monday for approximately $23,000 at a British auction, according to UPI
. It's now being called the "world's most valuable biscuit.
Although the biscuit is 103 years old but to be bought at that price or even bought at all is quite unusual, would you have bought it too?
Meanwhile, the iceberg that sank the Titanic more than 100 years ago taken aboard a boat that passed after the accident also sold for about $32,250, according to UPI.