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The guitar that helped launched Elvis Presley's famous comeback has been discovered and is tipped to sell for over £1m

***EXCLUSIVE*** A guitar that Elvis Presley used throughout his famous comeback tour of 1968 is tipped to sell for over £1m. The 'King' fell in love with the lipstick red Hagstrom Viking II electric guitar that belonged to his session musician, Al Casey, at the time. Elvis borrowed it for a TV concert that was broadcast in December 1968, marking the star's comeback after seven years making movies.

Canny farmer is making hay by selling horses milk for public consumption

***EXCLUSIVE*** Canny farmer Frank Shellard is making hay by selling horses milk for public consumption. Mares milk is popular in some Eastern European countries due to its nutritional and health benefits. It is said that drinking it can promote good gut health while using it as a lotion can clear up skin ailments like eczema.

Winston Churchill cigar box is expected to fetch £10,000 at auction after being discovered during a valuation

***EXCLUSIVE*** Sir Winston Churchill's prized cigar case that still contains two unsmoked cigars has sold today for almost £80,000. The Art Deco style finely crafted rosewood box was uncovered during a routine valuation at a house on the Devon coast. Auctioneer Julian Smith had been invited to look at a pocket watch the elderly owners were planning to sell when he spotted the cigar case on the shelf in the lounge.

Suit disrated by David Bowie after he spited cigarette ash on it has emerged for sale for £15,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** One of David Bowie's stylish trademark suits that he discarded after spilling cigarette ash on it has emerged for sale for £15,000. The late icon wore the Japanese-made beige Issey Miyake suit to a London nightclub in 1982. He ditched it during the raucous night after a cigarette fell out of his pocket and burnt a hole in it.

Tycoon sold part of his collection of Bentley motor cars for £1m to help pay for his divorce

***EXCLUSIVE*** A care home tycoon today sold part of his collection of Bentley motor cars for £1m to help pay for his divorce. Robin Cannon is having to give up the fleet of classic British motor cars he kept in a custom-made, climate controlled garage at his £5m country mansion. The prized lot in his collection was a 1929 WO Bentley 4.5litre sold for £534,750. A silver 1956 Bentley S1 Continental Fastback sold for £340,0000 while a 1959 Chevrolet Corvette went for over £60,000.

A time-capsule collection of vintage radios, televisions and record players have sold for more than £12,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** A vast collection of vintage radios, televisions and record players have sold for more than £12,000 following the death of its owner. The enormous group of hundreds of the old-school electronics were amassed over several decades by an eccentric and dedicated collector. The items ranged from Bakelite radios from the 1930s to ghetto blasters from the eighties.

The UK's only surviving Edwardian flea circus has emerged for sale at auction

***EXCLUSIVE*** The UK's only surviving Edwardian flea circus has emerged for auction more than 50 years after its ringmaster hung up his hat. Professor Len Tomlin's Flea Circus was a popular attraction in the first half of the 20th century and featured the tiny insects pulling chariots, balancing on high wires and swinging on trapezes. The quirky miniature attraction is now being sold at Sworders Auction House by former museum owner Ankie Wild, who bought it from Tomlin's wife in the late 1980s.

An attractive Edwardian home with commanding coastal views is on the market for ÂŁ2m

***EXCLUSIVE*** Nancemellan House is a Grade II listed eight-bedroom home in the sought after Cornish village of Crackington Haven in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The house is on a south facing slope of a valley in ten acres of grounds, with wonderful views down over the valley and out to sea.