Amazing Auction Items

They say one man’s rubbish is another man’s fortune… and it looks like that will be the case when common junk from years gone by fetches more than £150,000 at auction. The extraordinary collection of seemingly worthless items range from CARDBOARD boxes to biscuit tins, and even novelty money boxes. And the vast majority of the fascinating lot belongs to just a select few of private collectors who are set to make a small fortune when they turn trash into treasure.

They say one man's rubbish is another man's fortune... and it looks like that will be the case when common junk from years gone by fetches more than £150,000 at auction. The extraordinary collection of seemingly worthless items range from CARDBOARD boxes to biscuit tins, and even novelty money boxes. And the vast majority of the fascinating lot belongs to just a select few of private collectors who are set to make a small fortune when they turn trash into treasure.

They say one man's rubbish is another man's fortune... and it looks like that will be the case when common junk from years gone by fetches more than £150,000 at auction. The extraordinary collection of seemingly worthless items range from CARDBOARD boxes to biscuit tins, and even novelty money boxes. And the vast majority of the fascinating lot belongs to just a select few of private collectors who are set to make a small fortune when they turn trash into treasure.

They say one man's rubbish is another man's fortune... and it looks like that will be the case when common junk from years gone by fetches more than £150,000 at auction. The extraordinary collection of seemingly worthless items range from CARDBOARD boxes to biscuit tins, and even novelty money boxes. And the vast majority of the fascinating lot belongs to just a select few of private collectors who are set to make a small fortune when they turn trash into treasure.

They say one man's rubbish is another man's fortune... and it looks like that will be the case when common junk from years gone by fetches more than £150,000 at auction. The extraordinary collection of seemingly worthless items range from CARDBOARD boxes to biscuit tins, and even novelty money boxes. And the vast majority of the fascinating lot belongs to just a select few of private collectors who are set to make a small fortune when they turn trash into treasure.