Share10 July 2020The Hansons Auctioneers Auction House has announced the forthcoming sale of a 'vampire hunter's casket' which presumably dates back to the second half of the 19th century. It belongs to an anonymous seller who lives in the West Midlands, England. The origin and origin of the casket are unknown and the current owner allegedly purchased the casket 3 years ago at the Antiquities Fair in Newark. The starting price is 2-3 thousand pounds.
The casket is locked. Inside it is covered in scarlet silk, and contains a small gun, an enameled drawing of the resurrection of Christ, an ivory bas-relief depicting a wolf, a blue bottle with an unknown liquid, three glass vials, a rosary, 3 crucifixes , a small knife with a silver blade, a small bottle with shark teeth and a copy of the New Testament printed in 1842.