Weapons that have been used in historic wars are valued at millions of dollars. The world’s most expensive antique weapon is a 200 years old sword embellished with gold that was used by Napoleon Bonaparte in the battle of Marengo. The sword was sold off at an auction in France for a whopping $6.5 million. The second most expensive antique weapon in the world is an 18th century sword with jade hilt that belonged to the Qianlong emperor of China. The sword fetched a staggering $5.9 million at a Sotheby’s auction in Hong Kong. The gold dagger of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan was sold for $3.3 million, which made it the third most expensive antique weapon in the world. To know more about the most expensive antique weapons in the world, visit the following link.