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Honoré De Balzac once said: “For many people, flowers and books are just as essential as daily bread.” How about you?


Tereza Janatová
01.Jul 2016
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Books - amazing, aromatic, full of magical story and sad endings. But luxury books conceal something more. Something that attracts and lures.

Not only will luxury books fill your library and really give you something to boast about, but if you buy such a luxury book, you will make an excellent investment. Old books are a guarantee of an excellent investment with great appreciation of your money. Their numbers are declining and demanding is rising. You can purchase a rare old print starting from 1000 EUR. Every old book is an absolute original and you cannot make a mistake in the world of investment by purchasing one. But make sure the book is complete with no missing pages; if its original appearance is intact, the price will increase; in the end it applies even here that you should follow your heart. It is good to keep in mind that this is a good investment, but it may take some years for it to appreciate.

What is the most expensive book that can be purchased in the Czech Republic? It is a book called The Sistine Chapel and it costs 329,000 CZK, or 229,000 CZK in presale. It was published by the Vatican Museums and the proceeds from sale will be invested into the planned reconstruction of the Sistine Chapel. Anybody who buys the book can be added to the list of donors. What’s more, all donors will receive an invitation for two to attend a private tour of the Sistine Chapel with a dedicated guide outside of normal visiting hours, as an expression of thanks. One hundred copies have been prepared for the Czech market (of the total 1999 copies), and it should allegedly be the most expensive title ever released here. You can buy this book too from the comfort of your home. Learn more at

Luxusní vila na prodej, Dolní Měcholupy - 616m
Luxusní vila na prodej, Dolní Měcholupy - 616m, Praha 10
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