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Can You Tell How Much These Items On "Antiques Roadshow" Are Worth?

This is the only reason why we watch this show.

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  1. 1. Can you correctly guess the value of this bowl, which the previous owner had used as a dog bowl?

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    Believed to be from the 17th century, it was painted by hand but has wear and tear.

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  2. 2. How much are these top-secret documents containing previously unknown codewords for the D-Day landings?

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    Remember... the specialist says that these documents are "rare and extraordinary."

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  3. 3. How much is this Clash T-shirt worth? The expert was excited but said it was a low quality fabric.

    He was wearing one of the T-shirts that was being valued that day.

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  4. 4. How about this tombola, which was in the Grand Hotel at the same time as the IRA Brighton bombing in 1984?

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    The tombola contains raffle tickets featuring the names of the Tory cabinet.

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  5. 5. How about this brass mounted clock? Made in 1760, it plays delightful music at the top of every hour.

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    The expert says that there is huge demand for these musical clock in China.

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  6. 6. How much do you think this paperweight owned by Winston Churchill is worth? He had it during World War II.

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    Without the Churchill connection, the paperweight would sell for £50.

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  7. 7. What about this signed painting, by Charles Dixon, showing the Thames in 1920? It was found in a skip.

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    The excited expert says the painter "manages to capture the busy atmosphere."

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  8. 8. How about this wine glass from 1765, believed to have be from James Giles, "the best glass gilder in Britain."

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    It was bought in a charity shop for 10p.

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  9. 9. How about this Monopoly game played in a farmhouse by the guys who did The Great Train Robbery in 1963?

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  10. 10. How about a forgotten portrait of Scarborough Castle, by the legendary famous landscape artist Turner?

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    "It was found knocking about at a bottom of a cupboard."

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  11. 11. How about this doll, which is valued by the expert to have "an exquisite expression" and looks like a portrait?

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    The doll is from Simon & Halbig, a huge German doll maker but "a lot of the [their] dolls are not very exciting." How much is it worth?

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  12. 12. And finally, this "Angel of the North" Gormley sculpture, used to convince Newcastle council to build the big one.

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    It is valued to be the original, 20 times smaller than the huge one just outside Newcastle.

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