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Richard III in the car park

It’s confirmed – it is Richard III in the car park.

The remains of the former king, who died at the Battle of Bosworth in 1485, have been unearthed in Leicester, UK after centuries below ground.

And I’m anticipating the excitement generated from this discovery will boost demand for artefacts connected with the king in the future.


Not that collectors need much encouragement when it comes to the last English king to be killed in battle – this incredible document sold for £109,250 ($168,900) last year.



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    “My Kingdom for a car parking space !”



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