Downright bizarre - some of the things that get bought and sold at auction.
Churchill's Teeth bought for £15,000.
False teeth worn by (wartime British prime minister) Sir Winston Churchill during his Second World War speeches have sold for £15,200.
Auctioneers said the partial upper plate was bought by an unnamed collector who already owned the microphone Churchill used to announce the end of the Second World War.
Medical instruments and other implements used in the post mortem examination on Elvis Presley and the subsequent embalming of his body are to be sold at auction.
The sale includes an identification tag tied to the singer's toe after his death. All of the items used in the examination and funeral preparations will be sold, from rubber gloves to forceps, to a comb and eye-liner.