The selection of items will be sold at Cuttlestones Auctioneers and Valuers, based in Wolverhampton.
The lots have Wolverhampton and Staffordshire interests.
Among them is a £1 bank note from Wolverhampton during the late Georgian era. The note is dated July 4, of 1815, and has hand written annotations. It has a guide price of £40 to £60.
There is also a book dated from 1686 that may interest local historians. The title is called The Natural History of Staffordshire, written by Robert Plot who was a chemistry professor at the University of Oxford. The item lacks any maps. The guide price is between £60 to £100.
Rosie Blackburn, client manager, said: "All these things are historically interesting. It is amazing they have survived so long."
Meanwhile, one lot consists of a small group of postcards, showing views of Ely House College, Wolverhampton, alongside a brochure and some photographs dated 1931, 1933, 1935, 1937 and 1939. The guide price here is between £20 to £40.
Another lot, called lot 184, consists of an album of 12 photographs of Wolverhampton Art and Industrial Exhibition which was held at West Park, Wolverhampton, in 1902.
Added to the 184 lot is a catalogue from a magic shop, called Somerfield’s Magic Catalogue, formerly of Worcester Street, Wolverhampton, which is dated 1880.
There are also 12 postcards, featuring drawings of Wolverhampton, done by artist Ernest Coffin which is dated 1926. These postcards were sold to raise funds for the former Wolverhampton and Staffordshire General Hospital, which later became The Royal Wolverhampton Hospital, located just off the ring road, that closed down in 1997.
Lot 184 also features a red directory book, for Wolverhampton, dated between 1923 and 1924, and an Everdale Butter Scotch tin. The guide price for this is between £40 to £60.
The auction takes place tomorrow.