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If you own any of these VHS you're sitting on a fortune

Time to have a rummage in the attic

If you own any of these VHS you're sitting on a fortune

Grab a ladder. Right now, don't ask questions. 

Head to your loft. 

Locate that bin bag full of those VHS cassettes you stowed up there back in 1997 "just in case" - you sly old dog you.

The cause of this mad dash? To see if you have any of the most valuable VHS tapes sitting unnoticed in dark, damp storage. 

LoveAntiques.com has commissioned a 'VHS expert' (new favourite job) to compile a list of the rarest, most valuable black plastic rectangles that time forgot.

See if you have any of the following...

Eegah (Trytel)

Value: £500


The Love Butcher (Intervision) £200

Value: £200


The Evil Dead (Palace)

Value: £200


Madhouse (Medusa, alternative sleeve with cartoon dog at top)

Value: £250


Nightmare Maker (Atlantis - alternative orange sleeve)

Value: £400


Devil Hunter

Value: £500


Hitchhike to Hell (VRO)

Value: £500


Anthropophagus the Beast (Video Shack)

Value: £500


House of Perversity (GO)

Value: £600


Farewell Africa (Fletcher)

Value: £600


Death Curse Of Tartu (Knockout)

Value: £700


Black Decameron (Intervision)

Value: £800


The Flesh Eaters (Knockout)

Value: £800


Don't Open the Window (Films of the 80s)

Value: £900


Lemora, Lady Dracula (IFS)

Value: £900


Journey Into The Beyond (Citycenta GO)

Bold: £1,000


The Legend of Hillbilly John (Rainbow)

Value: £1,000


The Beast in Heat (JVI)

Value: £1,200


Frankenstein's Castle of Freaks (JVI)

Value: £1,500

 


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