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1. My first suggestion is for you to shell out on a tropical island. You would be following in the footsteps of which British businessman, who bought Necker Island (in the British Virgin Islands) in the 1970s?
2. Maybe I could interest you in shelling out for a football (soccer) club with your newly acquired riches. Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich did just that in 2003 when he bought which English Premiership club?
3. Maybe some art work would appeal? In 2007 you would have needed to shell out 50 million pounds sterling to acquire a sculpture named 'For the Love of God' created by Damien Hirst. The work is a diamond encrusted what?
4. You are sure to want to shell out for a new car. In 2011 the most expensive, and extremely fast, road-legal vehicle model was named the Veyron. Which company manufactures it?
5. Now owned by Bombardier, the company founded by William Powell Lear jr., is best known for producing which expensive mode of transport which you could now afford to shell out on?
6. Another luxury you might be tempted to shell out on is a racehorse, or even a string of them. Which English racecourse holds an annual 'Royal' meeting in June?
7. In the unlikely event that it ever came on the market, you could shell out for the Koh-i-Noor, which forms part of the British Crown Jewels. What sort of precious stone is it?
8. Maybe you'd like to shell out for a skiing holiday. You might rub shoulders with British royalty if you go to Klosters. In which country would you find this ski resort?
9. You could shell out for one of the most expensive perfumes on the market. The brand name is 'Joy' and it is made by which company?
10. In 1990 you would have needed to shell out 82.5 million US dollars to buy the painting 'Portrait of Dr. Gachet'. Who was the artist who created it?
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