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The 10 Oddest Objects Owned By Sir Jimmy Savile

by | 27th, August 2014



IN the summer of 2012, stuff belonging to the late Sir Jimmy Savile was auctioned in Leeds. Monies riased went to Savile’s own charitable trust. £130,000 of which went on Jimmy’s silver Rolls Royce Corniche convertible. Among the 549 put up for sale,   Yes It’s Number On e created the big top ten, judged on oddness and over-estimate price:

A ‘JIM FIXED IT FOR ME’ aluminium badge £2,000

The magic chair from the first two series of Jim’ll Fix It £8,500 (under the 10K estimate)

A blow-up of a newspaper’s TV viewing figures column from February 1980, Jim’ll Fix It at number one with 19.15m viewers £65

A two-piece suit with an all-over print of Superman cartoon images, plus a pair of white leather platform shoes, worn when Jimmy met Prince Charles, Spike Milligan and Harry Secombe at the Royal Military

Academy, Sandhurst £1,600

A 60cm

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