This is the "Lac van Rhijn" Tulip (Liliaceae tulipa Lac van Rijn). At one time, back in 1620, one bulb of this tulip weighing 5 grams sold for 175 Dutch guilders or eight months wages for the average hand laborer. Here is a quote from GardenofEaden.blogspot.com about this tulip.
This was during the heydays of the tulip mania period, a time when a few bulbs could be valued as much as the prize of a stately canal house in the city of Hoorn, one of the more prosperous cities of the Dutch East India Company. In fact there is still a house in this once wealthy area which displays a façade stone depicting three tulips - the price at which the house was bought for at that time.This rare flower was exhibited at the Thanksgiving Point Tulip Festival in Lehi, Utah.