In 2011, Ferrari unleashed The Official Ferrari Opus on the world – a highly limited edition luxury book about the history of the famed automotive brand, limited to only one copy per country. The price tag back then was $275,000, which means that the estimated value of The Official Ferrari Opus, Diamante Edition, now up for sale is something of a steal.
That estimated value of The Official Ferrari Opus, Diamante Edition is anywhere between $125,000 and $175,000, and the winning bidder will be the proud owner of the luxury volume, sporting a total of 30 carats of real diamonds. Plus: “Exclusive highlights include individually numbered silver-foiled pages bearing the signatures of several Ferrari racing drivers past and present, two-meter long fold out photographs, and of course the luxury of owning what may be the most exclusive book in the world.”
That last selling point is probably the chief appeal of The Official Ferrari Opus, Diamante Edition, but whatever your motivation for placing a bid might be, you can do so through RM Auctions and Sotheby’s on December 6th, with more information found at the book’s auction listing right here. Good luck out there, obscenely wealthy Ferrari collectors.