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Antiques Roadshow portrait revealed to be by Van Dyck

28 December 2013 Last updated at 22:09 GMT

A painting bought for £400 and featured on the BBC's Antiques Roadshow has been revealed to be a Sir Anthony Van Dyck portrait worth about £400,000.

The rare painting was bought by Father Jamie MacLeod, who runs a retreat house in the Peak District.

Following a hunch by the programme's presenter Fiona Bruce, a more detailed investigation and careful restoration found it to be genuine.

The portrait will be shown on Antiques Roadshow at 19:00 GMT on BBC One on Sunday.

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