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The Munich Millionaire Fair

The Munich Millionaire Fair
A man and a woman inspect a Maserati with a $2 million price-tag at the Millionaire Fair in the southern German city of Munich. (Getty Images)
The Munich Millionaire Fair
Brasilia Caipirinha watches (Right, 325 diamonds, 98 jewels, price: $70,000) made by manufacturer Ebel and C1 Chronograph High Jewelry (Left, 72 diamonds, price: $98,000) by Concord on display at the Millionaire Fair Munich 2008. (Getty Images)
The Munich Millionaire Fair
A model poses with an exercise machine decorated with 65,000 precious stones with a price-tag of $59,000 at the Millionaire Fair Munich 2008. (Getty Images)
The Munich Millionaire Fair
A silver statue by Vasquez at the Millionaire Fair in Munich, Germany. The four-day trade fair exhibits luxury products including golden mobile phones and expensive cars. (Getty Images)
The Munich Millionaire Fair
Two models show off the latest dirndl outfits by Schatzi at the Millionaire Fair in Munich, Germany. A dirndl is a type of traditional dress worn in southern Germany and Austria, based on the historical costume of Alpine peasants. Dresses that are loosely based on the dirndl are known as Landhausmode. (Getty Images)
The Munich Millionaire Fair
It's the ultimate boy's toy: The Seabob enables the user to dive through the water like a dolphin with speeds up to 22kph, and it was being shown at the Millionaire Fair in Munich, Germany. (Getty Images)
The Munich Millionaire Fair
A woman inspects a giant Nova chandelier at the Millionaire Fair Munich 2008. The show features 100 manufacturers of such luxury items as cigars with gold leaf in the wrapping and tablecloths with 550 diamonds sewn on. (Getty Images)
The Munich Millionaire Fair
For those millionaires who need that little bit of extra protection - a safety glass promotion at the Millionaire Fair in Munich, Germany. (Getty Images)