# How are you at spotting trends? If you'd have bought these 10 items when they first came out, you'd now be very, very rich

### Almost everything we buy will lose its value over time, until you grab a few pounds for a quick sale on Ebay, or chuck them in the tip.

But if you'd invested in these items at some very modest original prices, you would certainly be quids-in now. If only we'd known...

# 1. #Tue May 21 15:51:55 BST 2019''[IPTC]Source=''[IPTC]Application\ Record\ Version=2''[IPTC]Copyright\ Notice=Getty''[IPTC]Object\ Name=Bitcoin - 309,588,525%''[IPTC]Caption/Abstract=In 2010 it took 10,000 Bitcoins to buy 2 large pizzas and have them delivered. Based on today's value that's the equivalent of GBP 30,958,852 per pizza''[IPTC]Headline=Bitcoin - 309,588,525%

In 2010 it took 10,000 Bitcoins to buy 2 large pizzas and have them delivered. Based on today's value that's the equivalent of GBP 30,958,852 per pizza

# 2. Action Comics #1 - 2,052,000,000%

In 1938 a copy of the original Action Comics #1 would have cost you 10 cents. One sold at auction in 2018 for USD 2,052,000 an increase of over 2 million percent

# 3. JK Rowling's writing chair - 2,780,000%

The GBP 10 chair used by JK Rowling when she wrote the first Harry Potter book sold for GBP 278,000 in 2016 - an increase of over 2 and a half million percent

# 4. Philippe Patek 1518 Watch - 491,683%

A Phillipe Patek 1518 Stainless Steel watch cost USD 2,265 in 1944 when it was made but one sold for USD 11,136,642 in 2016 an increase of nearly 500,000 percent
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