We've chosen some of our favourite finds brought along by visitors to the Antiques Roadshow. Discover the fascinating histories of these items.
A pair of valuable Delftware plates, one depicting King James II
A letter to a fan written by George Harrison and a page of supposed Beatles autographs
Two Clash T-shirts bought during a gig in Glasgow
A tea caddy commissioned for a Cornwallis family wedding
Medals and memorabilia dating back to the foundation of the Royal Flying Corps
Carved Ivory Snuff Bottle
Bronze trench art made by former artillery man Alexander Carrick.
Paintings by a Doctor from the Royal Army Medical Corp.
Three generations of one family tell the emotional story of a VC winning Lance-Corporal.
Story of an Iron Cross winning German soldier killed in action.
The story of a Welsh Farmer’s son
Recruitment and fundraising posters in aid of the American war effort.
A portrait of a young man who went on to chair a well-known financial services company.
A teapot passed down through generations of the Barlow family.
A vase which was found in an old manor house and then washed in a dishwasher.
Red leather box containing a comprehensive collection of impeccable jewellery.
Painting by Alexander McInnis of Turner’s house shortly after he died.
Original watercolour designs for parlour games and board games damaged in the blitz.
High-quality books bound and printed at Gregynog.
A beautifully decorated, Southern German crossbow made in the 1600s.
A drawing by John Petts used for the design of a stained glass window.
A detailed caravan design created by a prisoner of war in Borneo.
Captain James Kettle’s book of sketches.
Jolly Roger flag from a WW2 submarine with symbols representing enemy ships sunk.