A rare set of perfectly preserved 100 year old baseball cards are expected to fetch millions at auction.
The cards were found in an attic in a house in Ohio that belonged to Carl Hench, who died in 1940. His house was then lived in by his daughter, who recently passed away. The house was cleared out when it was put up for sale and the card collection was discovered by relatives.
Overall, there were 700 cards, all in pristine condition, making this collection one of the finest examples of sports cards to be seen.
The cards were originally given out with candy around 1910.
Some of the cards, 37 of them, were sold this week during National Sports Collectors Convention in Baltimore. They were expected to bring in $500,000 (£322,000) from online and live bidding. They eventually sold for $566,132 (£364,00).
The cards have been divided up between Mr Hench’s 19 grandchildren and are expected to make a combined £3 million (£1.9 million) at auction.