2 weeks Trove kept by Britain’s ‘biggest hoarder’ may fetch over $5M Inquirer
LONDON --- An Aladdin's cave of weird and wonderful collectibles belonging to Britain's "biggest ever hoarder" is to sell for up to 4 million pounds after it was discovered following his death, an auction house said on Thursday. The trove of 60,000 items took up the man's terraced house, a rented flat, two garages and 24 rubbish bins. Rarities It includes rare comics, books, Beatles memorabilia, football collectibles and photo negatives from the Apollo space missions. The man was identified in press reports as Ramann Shukla, who lived in Nottingham, central England before his sudden death earlier this year age ... more