I saw ‘The Lost King’, the story of the finding of the body of Richard the Third in the Social Services Car Park in Leicester. Living in Leicester, it was an exciting team along with the football team winning the Premier League. The day the remains were first discovered I was in a meeting room overlooking the car park and spoke to some of those working on the site when the meeting ended. I was told a skeleton had been found but I took no notice. Sure enough it was the king’s remains. The film is worth a viewing even though I think the University comes out badly in the story. A banknote collection can lie hidden for a long time and when found by relatives it may be hard to know what to do with it and how to value it. It is always my pleasure to offer advice and to value collections. Nothing is a bother.