WW1 soldier's 103-year-old chocolate found

WW1 soldier's 103-year-old chocolate found
 

Nine 103-year-old chocolate bars have been discovered in a tin which belonged to a World War One hero.
It was found among a collection of items belonging to Leicestershire Regiment soldier Richard Bullimore.
Troops serving in France during the first Christmas of the war were given the Colonies Gift Tins, made in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire.
Just one of the 10 bars had been eaten and it is being sold at an antiques auction on Tuesday.
Paul Cooper, of Scunthorpe-based auctioneers Eddisons CJM, said: "Even the tin is rare but to find the chocolate still inside is just unreal.
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2 June 2018 in Regional, Views: 42
Source: BBC
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