An 'exclusive' boxset containing a unique set of signatures is being auctioned off on Remembrance Sunday.

Several military leaders have put their autographs on a ‘Band of Brothers’ DVD boxset, the 2001 US drama miniseries set in the Second World War.

It was based on historian Stephen E. Ambrose’s 1992 non-fiction book with the same name, receiving widespread critical acclaim.

Now this exclusive boxset is being auctioned off on November 11 this weekend for the Royal British Legion’s Worcester Park branch.

All the money raised will go directly towards its poppy appeal, with this Sunday marking the 100th anniversary since the armistice which brought the First World War to an end.

Richard Johnson, who runs a Worcester Park community Facebook page, said: “Each year, for Remembrance Sunday, I try to locate something attractive and unusual for auction to the Royal British Legion.

“This being the centenary year for the Armistice – combined with Sutton’s civic ceremony being located at our local Christ Church with St Phillip – I’ve tried to come up with something truly unique.

“I thought I might be pushing the boundaries of possibility, but I was amazed by a cluster of positive replies.

“As a result, when the boxset is opened out, there are a multitude of signatures on each face of the packaging.”

The Royal British Legion’s Worcester Park unit is hosting a Remembrance Sunday event from 11am at its branch in Central Road.

There will be a 10am service at Christ Church with St Phillip, a two-minute silence, followed by a parade along Central Road and a band of the 24th Invicta Rifles.

Then there will be live musical performances, including from 2018 Britain’s Got Talent finalists ‘The D-Day Darlings’, as well as a buffet.