Jaw bone found bricked up in Lincolnshire home now up for auction

A jawbone found in a wall in a Lincolnshire town has been discovered in an "exotic" personal collection of artefacts - and it is now up for sale.
The bone, complete with an almost full set of teeth, was found in Sleaford in 1860 and it could be yours for just twenty quid.
No one knows what happened to the person to whom it originally belonged, or where the rest of their body resides. The jawbone was found bricked up in a property in Old Place, Sleaford.
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An unnamed collector from the town acquired the macabre item and it forms part... read more

28 September 2016 in Regional East, Views: 18

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