The strangest collections in the world

The strangest collections in the world

In 1978, Celine Cornet received a panda souvenir from her now husband Andre, who had bought it in Italy where he was travelling as a truck driver.

That souvenir became the first of Cornet's collection of panda paraphernalia, now numbered at 2,200 pieces. They include toys, bed sheets and even underwear.

The pandas are just one of the most unusual collections in the world.

In West London, a woman has transformed the inside of her home into a "shrine" to Britain's royal family, while more than 6,000 Barbie dolls fill a man's bachelor pad in Singapore.

Scroll through the photos below for a look at some of the strangest collectibles from around the world.

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