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A LIFETIME’S stash of vintage porn is set to sell for £20,000.

Over 20 years, the owner collected more than 3,000 classic adult magazines.

1A lifetime's stash of vintage porn is set to sell for £20,000Credit: BNPS

He is now retiring and palming off his top shelf hoard.

Among the mucky mags are rare copies of Playboy, Penthouse and Mayfair.

Other 1980s stalwarts include Men Only, Razzle, Fiesta, Parade, Escort and Rustler.

The seller, who ran a sex shop, also has copies of the earliest known nude magazine, Health and Efficiency, printed for the naturist community in the early 20th century.

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Other titles cover fetishes including naked mud wrestling.

Auctioneers have been sorting through boxes full of mags, expected to sell for “thousands of pounds” on August 15.

Catherine Wilford, of Beeston Auctions in Norfolk, said: We have done several sales of classic adult material but this is by far the largest collection I have ever come across.

"There must be at least 3,000 magazines. It’s a momentous task.

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There are buyers who only want magazines relating to a particular fetish and others who want magazines from a certain era.

“The owner is moving to Spain so he can’t take them with him.

"He has sold magazines online and in a shop and this is the stock he has left.”

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iPhone owners told to SELL their device this month if they want to get most value from it

IPHONE owners are being warned that they need to sell their old phones this month if they want to get the most value for them.

This comes as Apple is predicted to launch the iPhone 14 next month.

1Apple iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max were launched last September.Credit: Getty

According to Snell Cell, a phone trading company, iPhone 11 and iPhone 12 owners got less in trade-in value after the iPhone 13 was announced last September.

More specifically, the iPhone 12 Pro Max lost around $220 in value after the new launch of the iPhone 13 last year.

The closer iPhone users get to the iPhone 14 launch,  the more money they will lose in trade-in value.

Experts have previously told the Sun the iPhone 14 is expected to be $100 more than previous models.

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"Apple will have some tough decisions to make on pricing on iPhone 14," said Ben, of CCS Insight.

"There is no question that production and component costs continue to rise for all consumer electronics makers, and in the case of the UK, exchange rates are a factor too.

"These elements would suggest a price rise may be necessary.

"But given the cost of living headwinds Apple may decide that increasing prices could be counterproductive."

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On the other hand, experts at CNET, including analyst Ming-Chi Kuo thinks the iPhone 14 Max could cost less than $900.

In 2019, Apple offered the iPhone 11 for $699, $50 less than the previous year's iPhone XR, according to CNET.

This was in order to stay competitive with brands like Samsung.

Back in 2018, Apple CEO Tim Cook defended Apple's pricing structure.

"We want to make an iPhone for everyone," Cook told Robin Roberts.

"The way most people pay for these, as it turns out, is they do a deal with their carrier and they pay so much per month."

"Even the phone that's priced over $1,000, most people pay about $30 a month for it so about $1 a day."

The Sun expects the iPhone 14 Launch event to take place on Tuesday, September 13 or Wednesday, September 14.

That would be followed by iPhone 14 pre-orders on Friday, September 16.

And we'd expect an actual iPhone 14 release date of Friday, September 23.

The iPhone 14 Pro is expected to sit alongside the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max and iPhone 14 Pro Max.

It will carry a large 6.06-inch flexible OLED screen with a speedy 120Hz refresh rate (for smooth scrolling and animations), according to a leak reported by the US Sun.

The display is tipped to have a pin-sharp 2,532 x 1,170-pixel resolution, which works out at 460 pixels per inch.

It's expected to carry a faster A16 Bionic chip, if previous iPhone launches are anything to go by.

The handset is said to carry 6GB of fast LPDDR5 memory, as well as storage options of: 128GB, 256GB, 512GB and 1TB.

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On the back, we're expecting a triple camera arrangement featuring two 12-megapixel cameras paired with a 48-megapixel shooter

A pill-shaped notch should interrupt the top of the screen to house a selfie camera and the Face ID scanner and the body will reportedly feature a titanium alloy frame.

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