- 44091 US dollar(s)
- France (Rixheim)
The most expensive wallpaper is entitled 'Les Guerres D'Independence' (The Wars of Independence) and in January 2006 was priced at £24,896.50 ($44,091, or €36,350) for a complete set of 32 panels - each measuring 3.8 m (12 ft 5 in) high and 0.47 m (18.5 in) wide. If the panels could be sold separately, the price per 1 m² (10 ft²) would be £432.83 ($766.53 or €631.95). The military scene is created from nineteenth century woodblock prints and takes over one year to finish. The wallpaper is made by Zuber in Rixheim, France and sells most popularly in the USA.
The entire scene covers a wall length of 15.04 m (49 ft 4 in) (that is 0.47 m x 32 panels) and cannot be sold separately.