Nine unusual items being sold on ebay by people in Derbyshire and Notts

A ticket for the Titanic and a print of the Prime Minister are amongst items being sold on ebay by people in Derbyshire and Nottingham.

Saturday, 20th February 2016, 1:48 pm
Updated Saturday, 20th February 2016, 3:10 pm

You can pretty much buy anything these days, from stuffed animals to shoes for people with odd sized feet.

Here’s some unusual items currently up for auction.

1. A ticket for the Titanic: This is a replica of what a ticket for the Titanic would have looked like. The RMS Titanic White Star Line launch ticket and stub, dated May 1911, is being sold by a seller in Derby.

2. A zombie garden gnome that glows in the dark: Being sold from Matlock its description says ‘this will have your friendly garden gnomes running for cover.’

3. A David Bowie Labyrinth candle: Bowie memorabilia is in abundance on the site at the moment. You can also buy posters, discs, clocks and personalised candles.

4. A David Cameron print: This photo card of the PM is being sold by a person in Alfreton and is described as ‘great for any fan.’

5. A house: A one bedroom house in Eastwood is on the site at a starting price of £69,000. The auction ends on February 22.

6. One seller in Ilkeston has two bouncy castles - one Minion and one Frozen - up for sale at a cost of £2,250, including all the equipment.

7. A rare set of eight Robinsons jam band figures: Up for auction by a seller in Belper, the figures include a drummer, double bass player, guitar player and sax player.

8. A cardboard cutout of Channing Tatum, which is being sold for about £14.47. This is being sold by a company in Retford who also offer cutouts of a range of other celebrities including Daniel Craig and Kim Kardashian.

9. One seller in Chesterfield is selling miniature false teeth and a razor set. Rather than being for really small people they are actually for a dolls house.