Jamie Breese and eBay's Guide to hidden treasures


eBay have today published ‘A Guide to Hidden Treasure’ which highlights the hidden gems many of us have stashed away in our lofts, old toy boxes or at the back of our wardrobes. Written by Jamie Breese, TV’s collectables expert, the Guide also predicts the top ten collectables of the future which includes early Mobile phones, Milenium Dome collectables, Starbucks cards, NatWest Piggy banks, TV and film memorabilia, iPods, iPhones, 1990 icons and of course the ever popular eBay branded goodies.

Our forgotten toys, dusty books, hidden away china or even early computers could be worth lots of money. The Guide offers advice on what to look out for when rummaging through your house for hidden treasures.

Jamie Breese has been the presenter and expert on numerous TV series from ITV1’s Everything Must Go! and This Morning to BBC2’s, The Life Laundry and The Antiques Show. You can download a free copy of Jamie Breese’ Guide to Hidden Treasures. It’ll open in Adobe Acrobat as a .pdf document.

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  1. That bunnikins blurb looks like nonsense (or just misleadingly phrased): I can’t believe that the original Bunnykins launched in 1939 were inspired by the drawings of Raymond Briggs… who would have been 5 at the time.

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