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You Can Own Real-Life Infinity Stones For A Whopping $25 Million Dollars

This is news that would make even Thanos do a little happy dance.

He may have destroyed the Infinity Stones in Endgame, but their legacy lives on here in the real world.

And, if you are fortunate enough to be hella rich, you can own a gemstone replica of those famous stones forged at the beginning of time.

Marvel and East Continental Gems dropped a little bomb at San Diego’s Comic-Con — because where else would they announce something this big?

They are teaming up to launch the OFFICIAL Infinity Collection of Gemstones — and these bad boys are the REAL DEAL. 

Well — I mean, they are real gemstones, not real infinity stones. LOL!!

These stones make one of the rarest collectibles from inside the MCU — and they are definitely the most expensive collectibles revealed at San Diego Comic-Con.

The Infinity Collection of Gemstones consists of the six OG Infinity Stones from the Marvel Universe.

The 23 carat Colombian emerald represents the Time Stone. It is really rare and brilliant green in color.

Representing the Space Stone is a GORGEOUS blue sapphire from the island of Madagascar. It clocks in at almost 30 carats.

The replica of the Reality Stone is an oval-shaped, natural ruby from Mozambique, Africa. This beautiful stone is 15 carats, and I want it!!

My favorite gemstone in the world is the amethyst, and that is exactly what represents the Power Stone. At more than 35 carats, this oval-shaped stone is made of natural amethyst.

The coveted Soul Stone replica is a cushion-shaped Spessartite. For those who don’t speak the gemstone lingo, a Spessartite is a sort of garnet. It’s orange in color, and is more than 35 carats.

The Mind Stone is one of my FAVORITE stones from the film, enhancing the mind of the person who wields it. Its replica is a yellow diamond. But, not just ANY diamond. This stone is a rectangular, high clarity, 35 carat yellow diamond, and it’s gorgeous!!

Now, someone loan me $25 million, because according to Nerdist, that’s the estimated value of these Infinity Gem Stones. *Gasp*