Creepy waxwork models of the Queen, Henry VIII and Hitler, as well as a giant military transport plane are up for sale as a museum shuts down.
The military aircraft is up for grabs for £30,000, after being on display for 20 years at Fort Paull Museum near Hull which closed down last year.
The hulking Blackburn Beverley transport aircraft XB259 is the last surviving example of a historic British aircraft.
The collection includes more than a thousand items such as swords, armoured cars, a ship’s cannon and a patek philippe nautilus gold replica Set of The Crown Jewels with Royal Family and Guardsmen.
Additionally wax models of the Royal Family, Henry VIII and Adolf Hitler are up for sale.
Wax models of the Queen and Prince Philip are up for sale for £160 and £240 respectively
The collection includes a wax model of of Henry VIII
A waxwork model of Adolph Hitler is up for sale
And those keen to mingle with royalty could see their dreams become reality at a dream price, if current top bids stay the same.
The wax replica of the Queen is only fetching £140 at the moment, with her husband topping £260 already.
Henry VIII is a far more popular prospect, with bidders already racking up a £480 price tag.
But one of history’s most despicable evils, Adolf Hitler, is currently the highest priced famous fake.
The Blackburn Beverley Transporter Aircraft is up for sale for £30,000
The Nazi is leading the bids at the moment with a top offer of £550 currently in place.
For those looking for something a bit bigger, the Blackburn Beverley was a heavy transport plane built by the Blackburn and General Aircraft Company.
It saw service with the RAF Transport Command between 1957 and 1967.
They could transfer paratroopers and cargo and ware particularly important as they could land on rough desert terrain.
After a decade of sterling service, the Beverley, which was operated by the RAF Transport Command, was retired by the RAF in 1967 and replaced by the Hercules.