Long-running family series in which experts invite members of the public to bring along their antiques for examination and valuation. Presented by Michael Aspel
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In Buxton, the team find a pair of pistols, a yellow diamond and a Steiff bear.
Michael Aspel and the team visit Kettering, where they uncover fine Worcester porcelain.
Nelson, the Duke of Wellington and Mr Punch all make an appearance in Sussex.
Treasures from Hartlepool include a Steiff teddy bear and a Chinese paper passport.
Michael Aspel and the experts gather in the parade ring at Newmarket racecourse.
Finds include plates from the Nant Gawr and Swansea potteries and a whale's tooth.
Interesting finds include Japanese hair decorations and some Lewis Carroll letters.
Discoveries of note include a pair of outsize boots and an Andy Pandy memento.
This edition comes from Mellerstain House.
In Stroud, Gloucestershire, the experts find a 17th-century cushion mirror.
In Carlisle, the team unearth a Jacob and a Monkey - 19th-century smoking pipes.
Finds include a set of rare costume designs at Royal Holloway College in Surrey.
Finds include a belt clasp connecting Annie Oakley with Queen Victoria.
Michael Aspel and the team cross the Atlantic to visit the National Gallery in Ottawa.
Finds in Whitchurch include a valuable pair of wooden peat buckets.