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DB5 revived - Aston Martin producing a limited run of Goldfinger star car

***EXCLUSIVE*** Aston Martin have announced that their DB5 sports car made famous in James Bond movies is to return to production after more than 50 years. A limited run of just 25 cars will be built by the British marque and will feature a number of working Goldfinger gadgets. The 'Goldfinger Continuation' motors are being developed alongside EON - who make the 007 films - and will cost a whopping £2.75m each.

Star Wars action figure sells for a whopping £6,500 - 81 times its pre-sale estimate of just £80

***EXCLUSIVE*** A rare Star Wars action figure has sold for a whopping £6,500 - 81 times its pre-sale estimate of just £80. The plastic figure was for the medical droid '2-1B' whose character appeared in The Empire Strikes Back treating a wounded Luke Skywalker. It was made by British firm Palitoy and has been kept untouched inside its original cardboard packaging.

These brilliant photos show Cuban locals enjoying smoking real Cuban cigars - and are taken by a photographer who returns to the country every year to hear their stories

***EXCLUSIVE*** Over the last 13 years, the photographer, known only as Réhahn, has made the 9,900-mile journey from his home in Vietnam, south-east Asia, to Cuba in the Caribbean, a total of 16 times. Réhahn, 41, passes his time in Cuba smoking real cigars with the locals - an experience which he says was "strong enough to make my head spin" the first time he tried it.

Archive of a hero World War Two pilot who made a staggering 210 sorties

***EXCLUSIVE*** The fascinating archive of a hero World War Two pilot who made a staggering 210 sorties has emerged for sale for £3,000. Major Frederick Cox carried out three aerial observation operations a day in unarmed single seater aircraft at the height of the Italian Campaign. He was heavily involved in the legendary Battle of Monte Cassino, a monumental four-month battle saw the Allies launch four assaults against the Gustav Line in Italy held by Axis forces as they sought the breakthrough to clear the path to Rome. However, the route was blocked by the rugged Monte Cassino massif with its hilltop medieval monastery.

Meet the adorable litter of pure pedigree French bulldog puppies that are worth an incredible £16,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** These are the six perfect puppies who are starting to make the move to their new homes - and each one of them will set their new owners back by £2,700. The expensive little dogs have been carefully raised by the gentle hands of experienced French bulldog breeder, Caroline Brixton. Caroline said: "When a litter has been born, I don't go to bed for five weeks.

These adorable photos show two dogs who have got social distancing down pat - after learning to sit two metres apart during their daily walks since the start of lockdown

***EXCLUSIVE*** Miniature schnauzers Mister Noodles and Wilfred Humphrey have been practicing their social distancing as they explore the countryside near their home, sitting obediently with a healthy distance between them. Their owners, Graham Reed, has been documenting his two dogs sitting apart from each other for over ten weeks, since lockdown began in March.

Grade II-listed department store in London where Only Fools and Horses was once filmed is converted into 14 luxury flats

***EXCLUSIVE*** A 1930s north London department store where Only Fools and Horses was filmed has been converted into luxury apartments. The Randalls store in Uxbridge was built in 1937 but had been trading from the site for 123 years when it closed down in 2015. It has now been transformed into one and two-bedroom apartments, in a London suburb where the average price for flats is £300,000. The Art Deco building, which was given a Grade II listing in 2008, has been used as a filming location for a number of films and TV productions.

Villagers have had the feeling they are being watched - by googly eyes staring at them from dandelions, postboxes and statues

***EXCLUSIVE*** Even the red man on a set of traffic lights was adorned with the cartoon eyes, in Kirkliston, Edinburgh. Schoolchildren in the village were set the task of 'eye bombing' to lighten up the lockdown for their community. During their daily exercise, P2 pupils from Kirkliston Primary School set about decorating 'mundane' spots - including hanging baskets and trampolines.

First edition books documenting the remarkable exploits of an Arctic explorer 200 years ago

***EXCLUSIVE*** A rare, complete set of first edition books documenting the remarkable exploits of an Arctic explorer 200 years ago have emerged for sale for £3,500. Anglo-Welsh Sir William Parry made three voyages of discovery to the North West Passage between 1819 and 1825. This was followed by a daring attempt to reach the North Pole in 1827, one of the first made by an explorer. The set of four books contain numerous engraved drawings of scenes they encountered in a time long before photography, as well as several detailed maps.