Antique furniture, discovered in a Staffordshire house, could have been used by royalty.
The very rare collection, which includes tapestries and four poster beds will be sold at auction this week by Hansons Auctioneers.
Items date back to the 17th century and one of the beds was reportedly slept in by King James I.
A collection of very rare antique furniture found in Staffordshire will be sold at auction.
The pieces, which include four poster beds and tapestries dating back to the 17th century, were discovered at a house not far from Lichfield.
Charles Hanson, manager of Hansons Auctioneers, told ITV Central what the house was like.
A huge collection of rare furniture has been found at a Staffordshire house.
Much of it dates back to the 17th century and is of the type that was lost forever in the Great Fire of London.
Manager of Hansons Auctioneers, Charles Hanson, described the collection as some of the finest he has ever seen.