This "treasure" was recently auctioned with a record number.
According to Express, the white porcelain cup with this lid is intact but there is a piece of hot glass that sticks to the side, which is a terrible proof.
The porcelain cup was harmed more or less after the atomic bomb explosion.
The cup reminded us of the horrifying heat of 150,000 people "evaporating" in 1945.
The porcelain cup was sold by auction house Henry Aldridge & Son of Devizes at an initial starting price of £ 1,000. But the final price was bought by an anonymous collector up to 3,250 pounds (about 96 million).
Glass usually melts at a temperature of 537 degrees Celsius while porcelain needs heat up to 1,600 degrees to be subdued.
The piece of glass melted by heat after the bomb blast clung to the porcelain cup.
This porcelain cup was picked up by soldiers of the army a few weeks after the atomic bombing and Japan surrendered, ending World War 2. The porcelain cup was later sold to an English collector, along with many photos of the scene in Hiroshima.
The black and white photo shows the scene as in the apocalyptic scenario. High-rise buildings were flattened, with no one around. Another photo shows the metal earthquake frame, all the rest has been blown away.
Andrew Aldridge, auction house representative Henry Aldridge & Son of Devizes said: 'This porcelain cup is a testament to the tremendous bombardment of the atomic bomb'.
'If you want to know how hot the bomb is, look at the glass that surrounds the porcelain face. It has melted at temperatures over 500 degrees C.