At an auction at the Deutscher and Hackett house in Melbourne, Australia, a bidder decided he or she was willing to spend $21,350 Australian dollars (or about US$22,900) for $20,000 Australian dollars, a $1,350 Australian (or roughly US$1,900) surplus over the actual value of the money.
According to the Observer, the wad of 20k was a”work of art, composed of nothing but money–two bundles of crisp new $100 Australian banknotes–that was made by Australian Conceptual artist Denis Beaubois. The work’s title: Currency (2011).”
When the rich buy money, they spend more.
From The Citrus Report