Gilbert & George gin bottle
To celebrate their favourite tipple, artists Gilbert & George made 200 gin bottles, called 'Reclining Drunk'. Retired restaurant receptionist Sally Benson wants to sell her prototype bottle.It was given to her as a gift by the artists in 1973, and, despite having been used as an ashtray, the piece is in perfect condition.
Sold to Andrew Lamberty for £4000.
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Dee Dee Ramone's guitar
At a Ramones gig in 1981, the lead singer Dee Dee snapped a string and handed the broken guitar into the audience. Terry pretended to be security and managed to secure the guitar.
He 'risked life and limb' for this bass, and is after some serious money for the piece.
Showman Gerry Cottle is selling his amazing Tom Thumb's Miniature Zoo. It was created by the circus enthusiast Arthur Parson, who dedicated much of his life to making intricate models.
It's a 'slice of British history' enthused dealer Gordon, but it left an unimpressed Jeff 'cold'.
Sold to Emma Hawkins for £2700.
Matchbox car collection
The seller Gareth Easter inherited the Matchbox car toys from his grandfather. The collection is in the region of a thousand pieces.
He is hoping to find a new home for it - and an owner who will love and appreciate the cars as much as his grandfather.
Marvel comic collection
Carl Hopkins started collecting in 1961 and has amassed 3250 Marvel superhero comics.
However, he was not ready to part with his collection for the top offer of £2500 and takes them all back home.
Damien Hirst twins
In 2009 identical twins Sam and Tom took part in a live performance at an exhibition for Damien Hirst at the Tate Modern.
They are trying to sell two photos of themselves sat in front of the artwork; both are signed with thanks from the artist.
Under the rules of Four Rooms, sellers are not allowed to sell their item on to any of the dealers for a period of 18 months after broadcast of the show.Objects Index