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Items include an early Punch and Judy set and a sword pistol that belonged to Lord Nelson.
Intriguing finds include a bust of Dylan Thomas and an intricate book of silhouettes.
Amongst the items are an early Mickey Mouse mascot and a rare deco figurine.
Finds include a marble bust gifted by a generous neighbour worth £15,000.
The team are in Tavistock in Devon, where they discover an inmate's canvas uniform.
A duke's chamber pot and an early record player are among the items valued in Ipswich.
A rapier sword and a music box are among the items valued at the Beamish Open Air Museum.
Featuring pieces from Queen Victoria's household and a collection of rare biscuit tins.
Amongst the objects under scrutiny are a gold pencil gifted by King George IV.
The team visit the Royal Hospital in Chelsea, home to the Chelsea Pensioners.
Michael Aspel and the team head for the seaside resort of Ventnor on the Isle of Wight.
Items include an Edward VIII coronation souvenir, converted to an abdication mug.
Items uncovered include a valuable pair of clogs and an intricately woven tapestry.
Amongst the items are original designs from one of Britain's leading graphic artists.
Items today include a medal awarded to those who came to the aid of the Titanic survivors.
In Sydney, Australia, the team look at a collection of items belonging to Maria Callas.
Items include original illustrations to the childhood classic Black Beauty.
Items in this show include a £100,000 cache of silver and a cushion woven from human hair.
At Montacute House in Somerset, the finds include some chairs with an interesting history.
Among the more intriguing finds are a set of original illustrations for Winnie the Pooh.
Michael Aspel and the team uncover valuable relics in the show's first trip to Australia.