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46/76 Items include a mystery marquetry box and a rather special painting.
45/76 Among the items uncovered in Herne Bay is a fascinating set of flicker books.
44/76 A couple of Moorcroft pieces get expert Catherine Southon excited.
43/76 Finds include a Chinese snuff bottle and a miniature grandfather clock.
42/76 A collection of unusual tribal items catches Thomas Plant's eye at Warwick Castle.
41/76 James Lewis finds a gold pocket watch and Adam Partridge looks at a collection of pipes.
40/76 The team look for collectables at the Queen Elizabeth Grammar School in Derbyshire.
39/76 Michael Baggott discovers one of the rarest items he has seen on the programme.
37/76 The items valued in this programme include a boxed collection of toys and a mirror.
36/76 Paul Martin gets an old-fashioned lesson in penmanship at the Causeway School Museum.
35/76 Paul Martin is joined by antique experts Anita Manning and Thomas Plant at Warwick Castle.
34/76 Among the items brought along is a journal with links to HMS Beagle.
33/76 Paul Martin explores the entertaining and decorative world of magic lanterns.
32/76 Paul Martin and experts Will Axon and Michael Baggott visit Ashbourne in Derbyshire.
31/76 The crowds flock to a valuation day in Cirencester. Presented by Paul Martin.
30/76 Paul Martin and experts Mark Stacey and David Fletcher visit Dorchester.
29/76 Paul Martin and experts Elizabeth Talbot and Philip Serrell visit Burghley House.
28/76 A gold watch with a mysterious history excites at the Council House in Bristol.
27/76 Paul Martin and antique experts Will Axon and Catherine Southon visit Lissanoure Castle.
26/76 Items up for valuation include a collection of thimbles and an antique sextant.
25/76 Paul Martin is joined by antique experts Tracy Martin and Charlie Ross in Oxford.
24/76 In Bristol, the team find a very rare gold coin and a long-hidden necklace.
23/76 In Richmond, the team find collectables including a 19th-century concertina and a brooch.
22/76 Kate hopes she's struck gold with some coins that could be worth thousands of pounds.
21/76 The team values some gold watches and rings, and an unusual cavalry officer's sword.
20/76 The experts uncover some prehistoric axe heads and Parisian opera glasses.
19/76 Paul is in Truro, and learns about one of the worst mining disasters in Cornish history.
18/76 Paul Martin and Charlie Ross get very enthusiastic about an arts and crafts ale jug.
17/76 A Delftware plate causes quite a stir in the auction room.
15/76 Mark Stacey finds a silver purse and Adam Partridge values a French violin in north Wales.