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'Secret' medals of one of America's greatest intelligence officers have emerged for sale

***EXCLUSIVE*** The 'secret' medals of one of America's greatest intelligence officers have emerged for sale with a British auction house for Ł3,000. CIA officer Jim Fees served undercover in Africa, Europe and the Middle East from the late 1950s through to the 1980s. He masterminded the covert acquisition of the most advanced Soviet fighter plane of the time so American pilots could become more familiar with their adversaries.

A late clergyman's vast collection of historic coins are being sold by his family for £100,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** The Reverend Richard Plant picked up his first coin aged six and carried on collecting them until his death aged 92 last year. He was born in London and would explore the Caledonian and Portobello Road markets for interesting examples.

First edition copy of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone tipped to sell for £40,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** A rare first edition copy of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone is tipped to sell for a spellbinding fee of £40,000. The hardback, a former library book, was one of only 500 copies printed on its initial run in 1997. Around 300 copies went to libraries and schools, with the others going to friends and family, meaning well-kept examples are now rarer than gillyweed.

Incredibly rare A Team van complete with its own set of guns sells at auction

***EXCLUSIVE*** The 1979 black Chevrolet vehicle was one of just six vans to be officially licensed by Universal Studios and is identical to the wagons used in the show. This one was used to promote the cult 1980s programme and was displayed at shows across North America.

Vandals torch three of Britain's most expensive beach huts worth up to £300,000 each at Dorset beauty spot

***EXCLUSIVE*** A 15-year-old boy is being quizzed by police over the arson of £1m worth of luxury beach huts in the early hours of Saturday morning. Three wooden huts on the exclusive Mudeford Spit in Christchurch, Dorset, have been destroyed by fire and another 31 huts were broken into. The sandspit is home to some of Britain's most expensive beach huts, which now sell for £325,000 thanks to their picturesque location.

Amusing letter from Paul McCartney to a teenage fan on which he has drawn an early Beatles logo

***EXCLUSIVE*** An amusing letter from Paul McCartney to a teenage fan on which he has drawn an early Beatles logo has emerged for sale for £4,500. ($6,000) He wrote the correspondence shortly before the Fab Four went on stage in Bournemouth, Dorset, on their 1963 UK tour. Sixteen year old Ann Bennett had produced a 20ft long fan letter listing all the things she loved about the band. In response, McCartney sent his warmest wishes and joked of his letter 'sorry this one won't be as long as yours'.