That’s not all, used tea bags come with a Certificate of Authenticity issued by the “Prestigious IECA” (Institute of Excellence for Certification of Authenticity). The certificate of authenticity states that, “it has been clearly established that the following statements are absolutely true: This is a tea bag.”
On Thursday, a seller from Decatur, Georgia, USA described the tea bags as “extremely rare.”
Not just tea bags, there are many other interesting listings available on eBay. One seller listed life-size wax figures of the Queen – for $15,900. The seller in the description claims that the statue has real human hair, plastic eyeballs and plastic teeth – created using samples of dental veneers.
There are many other items that are in high demand, including the Queen’s Barbie doll, currently listed for US$1,299.99.
Another seller has listed a Queen Elizabeth Jubilee silver and wooden Calamander box by Winsor & Newton 1977, for $51,597. In the description, the seller states that the box was made as a gift to Queen Elizabeth II on the occasion of 1977.
A handwritten signature of the Queen also sold for US$11,249.