A Yorkshire Vampire Killing Kit

Another vampire kit has surfaced, this time in the UK. Being a Daily Mail article, no effort has been made to research the subject, and the auction house appear not to know much about them either. To their credit though, they aren’t claiming it as definitively 19th century in date.

As ever, it’s not quite like any other before it, but to me appears to have been fashioned out of a ‘vanity box‘ or possibly a writing case, instead of the pistol case typical of the ‘Blomberg’ kits. It’s a nice one – how nice we shall soon see. On past performance the £2000 estimate in on the low side…

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5 Responses to “A Yorkshire Vampire Killing Kit”

  1. Facey Romford Says:

    Did you find this one on Ebaygum?

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  3. Graham Says:

    One other box of this kind appeared at the Mercer Museum and made it into role playing history back in 2000.

    Makes you wonder just how many of these there are.

    http://www.heliograph.com/trmgs/trmgs4/box.shtml

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