A huge and very rare collection of furniture dating back to the Great Fire of London has been discovered in a Staffordshire house.
The furniture was found after a routine inspection of an estate near Lichfield following the death of a couple.
A four poster bed in walnut which dates to circa 1620. (estimate £1000-1500).
A fine oak blanket chest dates to circa 1580 (estimate £300-500).
A fine oak and fruitwood dining table crafted in 1630 (estimate £1000)
Painting of two men from Sussex circa 1670 (estimate £5000)
The viewing day for the collection will take place on Friday (11 January).