10 most valuable items ever on Antiques Roadshow

So, would you like to know the value… for insurance purposes of course? It’s that familiar question that we’re used to hearing once each expert as assessed an item brought in to be looked at on the BBC’s long-running Antiques Roadshow. But while the show’s antiques experts regularly look at thousands of objects a year, how many of those have actually been of huge value? The most amazing finds on Antiques Roadshow Model of The Angel of the North Antony Gormley’s iconic sculpture by the A1 near Gateshead is a modern icon and stands 66ft high. But in order to make it, the sculptor made a 6ft high bronze model which made its way onto the BBC programme in 2008 by Gateshead Council which owns it. Valuation: At least £1 million 17th century silver collection When the Antiques Roadshow visited Arundel in Sussex in 2006, the mayor of the town brought in some Corporation silver, several maces and a chalice which were all made during the reign of Charles II. Valuation: More than £3


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