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Harry Potter's original Philosopher's Stone specs for sale

***EXCLUSIVE*** Harry Potter's glasses from the Philosopher's Stone have emerged for sale for £25,000. ($30,000) Daniel Radcliffe wore the custom made silver wire frame spectacles with black rims during the 2001 film which was the first of the franchise. They were rented to the film's production company Warner Brothers from an English glasses company. The glasses have clear glass lenses, no nose guard and clear rubber temple tips, with one of the tips bearing chew marks.

Charity shop £1 bargain to sell for £80,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** A Chinese vase which was bought for £1 in a charity shop could sell for £80,000 because it was made for a 18th century emperor. Unaware of its significance, the shopper listed the small yellow florally decorated vase on eBay to see if it was worth anything - only to be inundated with messages and bids. Realising the pear-shaped vase, which is designed to be attached to a wall, must be valuable, he removed it from the bidding site and took it to specialists at Sworders Fine Art Auctioneers’ in Stansted Mountfitchet, Essex. The 8ins Qianlong famille rose vase, found in Hertfordshire, was made around 300 years ago in China and was marked with a symbol that meant it wasn't for export, but for the Emperor's palace. It is inscribed with an imperial poem that 'praises incense' and two iron-red seal marks that read 'Qianlong chen han' or 'the Qianlong Emperor's own mark'. It also reads 'Weijing weiyi' - 'be precise, be undivided'.

Elton John's Ferrari Daytona

***EXCLUSIVE*** It's gonna be a long long time before you find a better Ferrari Daytona than this one first owned by Elton John in the 1970's. A Ferrari supercar Sir Elton John bought with the proceeds of his legendary album 'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road' has emerged for sale for £475,000. The 365 GTB/4 Daytona was bought by the 'Rocketman' in 1973 following the success of his seventh studio album. The release reached number one in both the UK and America with the singer treating himself to the Ferrari to celebrate.

Iconic Darth Vader mask - yours for £360,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** From an auction house not very far away - The black mask and helmet worn by Darth Vader in The Empire Strikes Back is tipped to sell for a whopping £350,000. The distinctive screen-used headpiece was worn by British actor David Prowse in the 1980 Star Wars movie. The prop will go under the hammer with US auction house Profiles in History who have described it as the 'Holy Grail' of science fiction artefacts.

Detectorist digs up 'Shakespeare's' posy ring

***EXCLUSIVE*** A detectorist grandmother may have discovered William Shakespeare's ring during a dig near a Tudor hall bearing his illustrious name. Retired postlady Sue Kilvert, 66, uncovered the gold posy ring while inspecting a field next to Shakespeare Hall in Rowington, Warks. The hall used to be owned by the Shakespeare family and local legend has it the great bard wrote his play 'As You Like It' there. The small ring has a delicate red and white enamel and carries the insciption 'Truth Betrayes Not'.

Chocolate Elvis

A five foot high model of Elvis Presley made from chocolate by chef Ashley McCarthy from the Sun Inn in Colton, near York, to raise awareness for Cancer Research. It was used as a centre piece at a surprise party for fellow chef Tim Bolton, from Huddersfield, a cancer sufferer who is an Elvis super fan.

Super-cool home from converted windmill

***EXCLUSIVE*** A spectacular 14th century converted mill which served local monks in the distant past has emerged on the market for £2million. Millway Tower is set in an elevated position in the heart of the picturesque North Cotswolds in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Originating from 1307, the tower is believed to have used as a saw mill by the monks of Maugersbury when the area was covered by forest. It has been painstakingly converted into a four bedroom home by its current owner over the past decade.

Detectorists find huge Norman coin hoard

A huge hoard of silver coins dating back to the aftermath of the Battle of Hastings could be declared as treasure. The 2,528 silver coins were found in the Chew Valley, north-east Somerset, by a group of metal detectorists. The find features coins of Harold II and William I and sheds new light on the post-Conquest period and the impact of the Norman invasion on England.

Definitely Maybe Oasis chair emerges

***EXCLUSIVE*** A chair that featured on the cover of the legendary Oasis album Definitely Maybe has emerged for sale for £12,500. The leopard print wicker seat belonged to guitarist Paul 'Bonehead' Arthurs whose front room was the scene for the iconic shot. The location was chosen as Bonehead had the nicest flat of all the band in Didsbury, South Manchester.

Twin engined Citroen 2CV - Yours for £90,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** Super-rare twin engined 2CV 4x4...Yours for a whopping £90,000... It may be the epitome of cheap, basic motoring, but a humble Citroen 2CV car has emerged for sale for a staggering £90,000. The French two-door motor is one of only 700 Sahara 4x4 models made by the French marque, making it among the most desirable 2CVs around. It is thought less than 100 survive today of which just 30 are in usable, running condition.

Unseen WW2 archive of RAF photo-recon officer

***EXCLUSIVE*** Unearthed - fascinating unseen archive of cameras, photographs, documents and medals from a British aerial reconnaisance expert who fought all the way through Africa and southern Europe in WW2. Flt Lt Eric Cooper from London kept all his wartime paraphernalia, including his K20 handheld camera and stereoscopic plotting instruments until his death in Devon aged 96 in 2012. The incredible photographs show bombing raids, amphibious landings and badly damaged aircraft alongside off duty snaps of the campaign throughout the mediterraenean. His nephew is now selling the compelling collection at Plymouth Auction Rooms in Devon next week.

Legendary speed king's Aston Martin DB 4

***EXCLUSIVE*** The rare Aston Martin car first owned by tragic speed record breaker Donald Campbell has emerged for sale for almost £3m. The 1961 Aston Martin DB4GT was one of just 75 to be built by the iconic British marque. It was previously owned by British adrenaline junkie Campbell, who is best known for his eight speed records on land and water before his death. He remains the the most prolific water speed record breaker of all-time and is still the only man ever to set both records in the same year in 1964. Campbell died during a final water speed record attempt on Coniston Water in the Lake District in 1967 and his body was not recovered until 2001.

Rare archive of British WW1 submariner

***EXCLUSIVE*** Fascinating early photos of submarine warfare featuring close quarters views of German battleships have come to light 100 years later. The photo albums were collated by British Commander Maurice Bailward who documented every stage of his naval career. Cmdr Bailward attended Royal Naval College in Osborne, Isle of Wight, from 1906 and 1908, the same time as Edward, the Prince of Wales. He was involved in many of the major sea battles of World War Two as well as the British effort to help the Whites during the Russian Civil War of 1919. The albums have emerged for sale at auction from a family descendant with Lawrences Auctioneers, of Crewkerne, Somerset.

Seaside mural painted for Jane Austen drama

***EXCLUSIVE*** Stunning billboard painting - An artist is putting the finishing touches to a spectacular coastal painting for the new Jane Austen TV drama - using a huge advertising billboard. David Downes was commissioned by ITV to create the stunning landscape painting for 'Sanditon' which started last Sunday. However, rather than opting for a traditional poster, the artist was asked to produce the magnificent painting by hand.

Old Ford Capri - Yours for £60,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** A rare time warp Ford Capri that is thought to be one of just 50 of its kind left in the UK has emerged for sale for a world-record £60,000. The highly desirable RS3100 dates back to 1974 and was built as a road-legal version of Ford's entry into European Touring Car racing. Only a handful were ever built in order to meet racing regulations and they now rank among the rarest of all 'Fast Fords'.

Scottish baronial castle property comes with two islands

***EXCLUSIVE*** A magnificient Scottish castle which comes with its own two islands is on the market for £3.75million. Glenborrodale Castle is situated on the southern shore of the picturesque Ardnamurchan Peninsula in the remote Highlands. The baronial mansion dates from 1902 and is built from distinctive red Dumfriesshire sandstone. It boasts 133 acres of land taking in the idyllic uninhabited isles of Risga and Eileam an Feidh. The larger of the two, Risga, spans 30 acres and is in the centre of Loch Sunart, 800 yards from the north shore

Long forgotten ring rediscovered

***EXCLUSIVE*** A 81-year-old metal detectorist has rediscovered a rare ancient gold ring worth £10,000 - 40 years after initially finding it. Tom Clark first unearthed the seal ring in the early 1980s but put it in a tin in his mum's garage when he was told it was modern and of little value. He had forgotten all about the find until he started clearing out the garage, where he found it tucked away. Tom took it to an auctioneers who identified it as a medieval seal ring that would have belonged an import person in the 14th century. He has now decided to sell it after being told it could be worth £10,000.

Environmentally friendly electricity generation exceeded 8.1 billion KWH

Anhui, CHINA: On the banks of Gaoyou Lake, Tianchang City, Anhui Province, members of the Red vest Party member Service team were checking and maintaining the power generation equipment of the 140000 kilowatt photovoltaic power station put into operation in the city. A total of 8.154 billion KWH of environment-friendly electric power (scenic) was generated in anhui on Sunday, up 7.8 percent year-on-year. Solar power generation of 5.671 billion KWH, up 42% year on year; Wind power generation reached 2.483 billion KWH, up 1.1% year on year.