Silver expert Alastair Dickenson's valuation of a sporting icon, his highest in 20 years on the programme, brings gasps from the audience.
Fiona Bruce and the team head for the elegant Royal Hall in Harrogate for another busy day as two thousand visitors bring family treasures for their scrutiny.
There's a frisson of excitement as a sporting icon is brought in, complete with security guards and accompanied by BBC Sport's Gabby Logan and Leeds United's Eddie Gray. Gabby is intrigued to know if it is possible to value such a rare and unique object but Fiona Bruce and silver expert Alastair Dickenson are on hand to help. Alastair's valuation, his highest in 20 years on the programme, brings gasps from the audience.
Geoffrey Munn hears the emotional story of a sapphire ring left to a young man by a recently departed friend.
Paul Atterbury learns about the family history and inspiration behind the world famous Betty's Tearooms.
Philip Mould hears the extraordinary background that lies behind a simple portrait of a factory worker who went on to change working conditions for children in Victorian Britain.
|Series Editor||Robert Murphy|
|Executive Producer||Simon Shaw|