The box contains;
Wooden stakes and a mallet
Glass bottle of holy water
Glass bottle of holy earth
Glass bottle of garlic
A book of Common Prayer dated from 1857
A handwritten extract from the Bible which quotes Luke 19.27 and reads
"But those mine enemies, which would not that I should reign over them,
bring hither, and slay them before me"
The box and it's contents have been put up for auction at Oonagh Drage of Tennants Auctioneers in Layburn, North Yorkshire. The setting for the auction in Yorkshire seems most appropriate given that many of the scenes from Bram Stoker's novel were set in the Yorkshire seaside town of Whitby. If you feel like making a bid though you may need deep pockets, there is international as well as local interest and the box is expected to go for £1,500. to £2,000.
More information is on the BBC News website here
Editing to add that the box eventually sold for £7,500. Information on the sale is here.