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Unique collection of glasses, worn by famous figures, emerges for sale for £20,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** A unique collection of glasses which were worn by famous figures has emerged for sale for Ł20,000. It features spectacles and magnifying glasses which belonged to President Kennedy, the Duke of Wellington, JWM Turner and Ronnie Barker. The collection has been put together over the past 20 years by an optician who is selling it with London based auctioneers Bonhams. There are only two other known surviving pairs of Turner spectacles, making them exceptionally rare. JFK's magnifying glass was found in the top drawer of his desk at the White House, while Wellington's spectacles were presented by him to another participant at Waterloo. Barker wore his pair of glasses, which are missing lenses, on a 2001 episode of 'The Two Ronnies'.

Be an everyday Jedi with these Star Wars face masks

***EXCLUSIVE*** Disney has introduced a line of non-medical cloth face masks printed with popular characters from Star Wars such as Baby Yoda, R2D2, Luke and Princess Leia. Sold in packs of four in sizes small, medium and large, the masks follow CDC guidelines for reusable face masks and are constructed with pleats for multiple layers of protection. Los Angeles. August 17, 2020.

Blink and you may miss it - Remarkable renovation of Dr Who's old Manor

***EXCLUSIVE*** A historic country manor where Doctor Who was filmed has been restored to its former glory and is up for sale for Ł2m. The 170-year-old Fields Manor, near Newport in South Wales, was in a dilapidated state when award-winning developer Paul Priestley acquired it. The crumbling house had cracked window panes and invading pigeons and tree roots, but his company worked painstakingly to make sure the heritage of the building was preserved in the restoration. It is now a stunning six-bedroom home with a wealth of period features and modern touches, on the market through Mr and Mrs Clarke.

Huge eclectic collection of memorabilia, militaria and stuffed animals

***EXCLUSIVE*** One man's huge eclectic collection of rock and pop memorabilia, militaria and stuffed animals that he filled his home with is being sold following his death. Hundreds of weird and wonderful items were amassed over several decades by artist Tony Parker. His collection was so vast it filled the walls, ceilings and garden of his home in West End, near Southampton, Hants.