A 16th century bible, thought to have been owned by the High Sheriff of Elizabeth I, is due to be auctioned by Moore Allen & Innocent in April.
The Elizabethan bible is consists of five volumes, and is inscribed in the first with (more…)
According to research conducted by Direct Line, one person in six has donated an item to charity or a friend, only to discover later on that it was valuable.
Millions of people are (more…)
A female bargain hunter has recently celebrated her good fortunes, after selling a 16th century statue of a goddess, making a huge profit in the process.
The woman, who has remained anonymous, discovered a (more…)
An auctioneer in Honiton has identified a mysterious object as being a Chinese inkstone, thought to date back as early as 200BC.
A man from Devon had been given the artefact by (more…)