The record amount for his work previously sold at auction in the UK was £218,000.Read the full story ›
It was given to a first-class passenger onboard shortly before he drowned.Read the full story ›
A postcard which may have been sent by serial killer Jack the Ripper, could fetch thousands of pounds at an auction in Folkestone.
The Ripper letters were key police evidence in the hunt for the criminal who murdered at least 5 women in East London in the 19th century - 129 years ago.
But they have never come up for sale... until now. Our reporter Nashreen Issa spoke to the postcard's owner Doreen Hall and painting expert Jonathan Riley.
A collection of over a thousand signatures and autographs from the worlds most iconic figures will be up for auction tomorrow.
The historical collection features signatures from royalty, prime minsters and famous authors including Charles Dickens and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
The man behind it was Jon Evans. He gathered the pieces over 50 years, until his death in 2007 at the age of 90.
Campbell's Auctioneers of Worthing, who are auctioning the collection believe it could gets as much as £25,000 to £30,000.
We all know they're extinct, but now collectors have a unique opportunity to invest in the icon that is the Dodo.
An auction house in Sussex is about to sell a skeleton of the large flightless bird for the first time ever, and the price is expected to take off.
Malcolm Shaw spoke to Rupert van der Werff, to find out why the legend of the Dodo lives on.
The first near-complete skeleton of a dodo to come up for sale in nearly 100 years is expected to fetch up to £500,000 in Billingshurst.Read the full story ›
Now, cast your mind back to a time when bathrooms came in colour, wall to wall carpets were the latest thing, and your party guests enjoyed warm nibbles from a Hostess hot-plate!
If you think that's all from a time gone by, you'd be right, except at one house.
A former winner of "House of the Year", which has just been sold at auction, with all fixtures, fittings and decorations exactly as they were fifty years ago.
Andy Bevan went along to have a look.
The chewed end of a cigar smoked by Winston Churchill in his hospital bed is expected to fetch up to £1000 at auction in Dorset today.
The former Prime Minister smoked it in 1962 while was recuperating from a fractured hip. Smoking was allowed in hospitals at that time and the stubbed out cigar was saved by a student nurse and kept in a paper bag.
It will go under the hammer in Dorchester.
A letter from the owners of the Titanic to the family of an officer who died when the ship sunk, is to be sold at auction in Wiltshire.
It asks for money to return the body of James Moody, to England.
He was on watch when the ship struck the iceberg. However his remains were never found.
The demise of a Formula One team has given enthusiasts and collectors a rare chance to buy memorabilia - and the race cars themselves.Read the full story ›