The Ministry of Defence (MOD) is selling thousands of its goods at low bargain prices, sure to get the public in a frenzy!
A mass array of items including, pencils to aircraft helicopters are up for sale in this rushed emergency ‘give away’.
The MOD are hoping to fetch a massive Â£35 billion for all items sold.
Gazelle helicopters are included in the big sale, costing near to Â£5 million pounds, which is expected to sell for a reduced price of just Â£100,000. Armoured Jaguar cars are making an appearance, hoping to bag a top price of Â£190,000 – Â£200,000.
There are mens watches being sold, a Maurice Lacroix three-dial chronograph watch worth Â£5000.
A Â£6000 fridge advertised for Â£920. Another offer is a ladies diamond Dior watch, set with 48 beautiful diamonds, worth Â£4,000.
In 2010 the Disposal Services secured Â£83 million pounds of unwanted objects. The rare watches are on auction along with, Land Rovers, SAS equipment, helicopters, motorbikes, to name a few!
The largest piece will of course be the aircraft carrier, HMS Royal, with an original price tag of Â£200 million.
The top offer the aircraft carrier has currently been bid, is a small Â£3.5 million.
But every little helps, and the public buyers are securing some gems for the future, which are said to only increase in value in the coming years.