Antiques Roadshow

TV Show (1992 - 2014)

Antiques Roadshow
The roving team value more decorative objects and rarities belonging to the public
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Local listings for: New Jersey [Set TV Provider]
Thursday, October 2 2014
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Latest Episodes

  • Season 37 Episode 5: Derby Roundhouse

    Fiona Bruce and the team visit the Roundhouse, Derby, a vast former railway shed where dozens of trains were once serviced. Items brought in by the public include a pair of Clarice Cliff bookends won in a darts tournament, a silver christening cup with a surprising history and a picture by a renowned British artist, painted on a fragment of a pillowcase in a PoW camp. The Uncovered feature sees the return of a silver claret jug awarded to Hallam football club in 1867, with recent research prompting specialist Alastair Dickenson to rethink its value

  • Season 37 Episode 4: Scone Palace 2

    Fiona Bruce and the team are at Scone Palace in Perthshire, which they first visited back in March, discovering several items with historical connections. They include a 19th-century military campaign box said to have been stolen from Napoleon, a portrait of a woman who helped save the lives of hundreds of Jews in occupied Holland during the Second World War and a silver tea service that was once to be melted down to raise funds for a Spitfire. A teacher also brings in a leather strap, a fearsome implement of corporal punishment that wasn't outlawed until the 1980s

  • Season 37 Episode 3: Kirby Hall 2

    Fiona Bruce and the team pay a return visit to Kirby Hall in Northamptonshire, where items of interest include Victorian jewellery, Art Deco enamel, a toy football team, possibly the world's smallest stuffed dog and a Venetian drug jar that might be worth a fortune - but only if it's original. Expert Paul Atterbury also casts his eye over an elaborate carved chair - inspired by, of all things, the MPs' expenses scandal

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