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We've chosen some of our favourite finds brought along by visitors to the Antiques Roadshow. Discover the fascinating histories of these items.
This set of silver has a link to the first president of the USA.
This ring was thought to be a Victorian copy - but is a bit older?
A collection of memorabilia acquired by a naughty young Stones fan on a school trip...
If this were a real Van Dyck, it could be the most valuable painting seen on the Roadshow.
Could these chairs really have been made of wood from the HMS Victory?
These two unframed watercolours show how important condition is to a painting's value.
This jewellery was collected by the owner's enterprising father by knocking on doors.
This lady gets a pleasant surprise about an item she brought along as an afterthought.
Could this collection of letters be the most romantic correspondence ever shown?
A book of imaginative sketches showing life in 1879 London through the eyes of children.
A sculpture by influential American designer Harry Bertoia proves to be a wise purchase.
This bowl from the Qing dynasty would make a very suitable wedding present...
Roadshow veteran David Battie was back on top form with these Japanese carved objects.
These soldiers were used to conduct early examples of war gaming - across continents.
This brooch is by Boucheron of Paris, one of the world's most famous jewellery makers.
Expert Will Farmer was moved to tears by this family story.
Created using wood blocks, these pictures are evocative of 1920s print making styles.
Fiona is blown away by a unique artefact from the Brighton Grand Hotel bombing in 1984.
A 'vision-inducing' piece of devotional jewellery covered with emblems of The Passion.
An enchanting, modernist take on an English walled garden by war artist Richard Eurich.
This seemingly simple dish is proof that undiscovered treasures really do hide in attics!
A man throws a lifeline to the last remaining survivor from the Titanic.
In an incredible turn of fate, two forgotten drawings by Turner appear at one Roadshow!
This stunning brooch carries a remarkably moving story of human spirit and survival.
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