Koh-I-Noor means as “Mountain of Light” from Persian. It’s a 105 carat (21.6 grams) diamond that was once the largest known diamond in the world. The Koh-I-Noor was originated at Golconda in the Andhra Pradesh state of India. It was owned by various Sikh, Mughal and Persian rulers that fought each other from time to time. The stone was found to measure 36.00 × 31.90 × 13.04 mm. The gem remains the property of the British crown and is kept in HM Tower of London and it’s a popular tourist attraction.
Number one on this list is the Reed family. They are the largest land owners with 1.4 million acres of land. Now, they didn’t purchase all this land at once. It took years to accumulate this amount of acres, in fact it took generations to get this amount of land.
They have been purchasing land since the late 1800’s. The land was mainly purchased over the years to grow their lumber empire in the Northwest. In 2014 came their largest purchase of 600,000 acres of prime timberland in Orgeon. This was one of the largest land purchases in the U.S since John Malone, who purchased 1 million acres in Maine in 2011.
DisneyCollectorBR makes anywhere from $4.9 million to $13 million, making her quite possibly the richest YouTube millionaire. What adds to the success of DisneyCollectorBR is the fact that no one knows who she is, as she has yet to come forward and identify herself. The only thing that she has revealed is that she is from Brazil.
Also, her channel appeals to viewers of all ages, as most people love toys (especially Disney) regardless of their age. Her videos include opening the box, putting the toys together, and then playing with the toys. Her voice has become iconic, especially haunting parents as their little ones watch her videos constantly. Whatever this mystery woman is doing, it is certainly all working out in her favor.
This is one of those lists that you wouldn’t expect Lefty to be at the top of. After all, Mickelson has never gone this long in a PGA
Tour season without cracking the top ten on the final leaderboard. Undoubtedly a big reason for his struggles is a pain in his side that has forced him to withdraw from two tournaments already this year. But even a non-100% Mickelson is still pretty good: he has made eight of nine cuts and posted five top-25 finishes. He tied for 12th place at the Shell Houston Open, which netted him $125,440 and a little momentum going into the 2014 Masters, where he has earned three green jackets in the past decade. The career tally for Mickelson is always impressive to read: second on the all-time earnings list at over $73.6 million, 42 Tour victories, and five major titles including last year’s Open Championship.