You can bid on a war hero's century-old chocolate in an online auction

Tech 3-6-2018 Mashable 38

It appears a distinguished World War I soldier,   Richard Bullimore, only ate one of his 10 Cadbury chocolate bars while awaiting battle in the war's notorious trenches, according to the online auction company Eddisons CJM. The chocolate tins were apparently a wartime Christmas present to troops. 

Eddisons CJM, which also auctions off massive pieces of industrial equipment, will offer Bullimore's 103-year-old chocolate in a package with his other belongings on Tuesday, June 5. 

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Just the chocolate tin itself is rare, noted CJM's Paul Cooper, "but to find the chocolate still inside is just unreal.” Read more...

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