LONDON, UK - A 1928 Bentley (1 of 8 made) reassembled after it was found dismantled and scattered in a house and garden, is expected to fetch up to $1.5 million (£1 million) for the Medcalf Collection. Source: The Telegraph - September 3, 2015
NEW YORK, NY, USA - A family discovered an old baseball bat they kept around the house for 'protection' once belonged to Lou Gehrig. The bat fetched $436,970 when sold by Love of the Game Auctions. Source: Love of the Game Auctions - August 9, 2015
KIRKCALDY, SCOTLAND - A man found an oil painting in his attic which may have been painted by Pablo Picasso. The painting, sent to Christie’s for appraisal, is thought to be worth millions if authenticated.
SYDNEY, AUSTRAILIA - A 1936 painting entitled; 'Basket of Fruit' by the Australian artist John Wardell Power was found at a flea market and fetched $133,685 at auction. The painting was sold by Bonhams.
NEW YORK, NY, USA - A guitar, bought for a few hundred dollars has been identified as a Gibson J-160 once belonging to John Lennon. It's expected to fetch $600,000 when it's sold by Julien's in November.
CHESTER, UK - A 15th century bed, left in a parking lot and bought at auction for £2,200, is identified by DNA test to belong to King Henry VII. Value is estimated to be $29 million (£20 million)... See More