Rival dealers Helen Hall and James Braxton went head-to-head again as they went to war at auction, with hopes of collecting the most profit from their array of unconventional finds.
However, during their travels, Helen was left stunned when she stumbled across a huge discovery.
The dealer’s eyes lit up as she gasped: “Woah!”
Helen found a humungous lion, stuffed, proudly gleaming from behind a glass cabinet.
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I would not mess with that
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“Simba, the film and television Lion,” she whispered. “Simba is the world’s largest lion, according to the Guinness Book of Records, and was Elizabeth Taylor’s bodyguard in Cleopatra.”
She sighed: “And he’s been stuffed for prosperity.”
“Look at him,” she enthused. “I would not mess with that.
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Of course, Helen left Simba in his pride of place and instead went to auction with more practical salt and pepper shakers, a bronze screen and a disheveled porcelain doll.
Sadly, neither Helen or James had a particularly successful afternoon when it came to the crunch.
Helen just about mustered up a minor victory after leaving Wales with a £5 profit, while James collapsed with a loss.