A man breaks down in tears after he finds out a beer glass he owned is worth more than he imagined
In an article in The Sun, a clip of an episode of the Antiques Roadshow from 1997 is revisited. In this particular episode, a man had brought in an old beer stein that had belonged to his grandmother. He was planning to place the old glass for sale for about $60 but decided he would get it valued first at the Antiques Roadshow.
A "lovely toolbox" found in a garden shed turns out to be a historical item worth almost $19,000
In an article in The Sun, a man appears as a guest on The Antiques Roadshow and brings in a toolbox for valuation. He is left stunned when he finds out that the toolbox isn't really a toolbox but an item of great historical value.
Bellwood Flea Market: Oldest and largest in Richmond, Virginia
The Bellwood Flea Market is the oldest and largest in Richmond, Virginia. It offers everything one can imagine to find during their shopping experience. It has a unique blend of history, community, and commerce. Selections include antiques that are from Virginia's past to the freshest produce from local farms.
Woman finds an old, illegal book in a retirement home - its printing was considered a severe crime
A woman found a Scottish Bible that was printed in 1705 in a local retirement home's community library in Iowa. Kathy Magruder found the old Bible. She thought it had a rather unusual look to it and began to research it.
A dollhouse had been in the family since 1705. Now, it is worth $186,000.
It may have been the most valuable dollhouse that ever appeared on an episode of The Antiques Roadshow in the UK. In 2016, an English dollhouse was evaluated by Antiques Roadshow experts.
A man brings in a 130-year-old snake charmer statue for valuation only to find it is worth $98,000
In an article in The Sun, a guest appeared on an episode of The Antiques Roadshow bringing in a snake charmer statue for valuation. The statue worked like a mechanical robot or automaton and it could move.
Lucky find: A man's $92 sculpture from a junk shop turns out to be worth $12,200
In an article in The Sun, a man who appeared as a guest on The Antiques Roadshow is left stunned after a sculpture of an eagle is estimated to be worth several thousand dollars.
A woman finds out that she has one of the oldest computer games ever made and it is worth $12,000
In an article in The Sun, a guest at The Antiques Roadshow brought in a tall wooden frame that housed a golf game. The woman who appeared as a guest claimed that her dad who was an electronics engineer had bought the game in 1965 and managed to get it working.
Nice surprise for a woman who was told the value of her 1959 Barbie first launched at a toy fair
In an article in The Sun, a guest who appeared on The Antiques Roadshow brought in her old Barbie doll that was first launched at the New York Toy Fair in 1959. In 1959, Barbie had become a success and everyone wanted the dolls. Each doll only cost $3 when it was first launched.
A man is left stunned by the value of his 1900s wallpaper that was stored in an attic for 40 years
In an article in The Sun, a man appeared as a guest on The Antiques Roadshow. He brought in a roll of wallpaper that had been in his attic for 40 years. The wallpaper was by Walter Crane who was known for designing many exquisite patterns of wallpaper in the late 1800s.
A man is shocked that his dad's 19th-century Swiss army knife is worth thousands
In an article in The Sun, a guest appears on The Antiques Roadshow bringing in his dad's 19th-century pen knife (swiss army knife). An expert examined the knife and revealed that it was an exhibition piece that was made to showcase the skill of the manufacturing company.
A man is offered $14,700 for a rare clock but refuses to part with it for an emotional reason
In an article in The Sun, a guest on The Antiques Roadshow brought in an old table clock that had been sitting in the front hall of his great aunt's flat. After his great-aunt died, the man was able to obtain the clock for himself.
A man picks up a very valuable statue for just $36 at a thrift sale
In an article in The Sun, a man brings in a unique 18th-century Chinese bronze statue that he had picked up for $36 at a car boot sale in the UK. An expert at The Antiques Roadshow was thrilled when he saw the statue and couldn't believe that the man had picked it up at a bargain price.
A boy wrote to a famous man and received a letter back. Decades later, the letter is worth $12000
In an article in The Sun, a guest appeared on an episode of The Antiques Roadshow bringing in a letter and a torn open envelope. The guest named Charles revealed that the letter was from the author of the Lord of the Rings, JRR Tolkein.
A man buys an old movie score for $5. Its value is 200 times more when he sees who wrote it.
In an episode of The Antiques Roadshow, as reported in The Sun, a man in the UK purchased an old Hollywood film score for about five bucks at a car boot sale ( similar to a yard sale).
A man is shocked to find out the true value of a large pot he bought just for $3
In an episode of The Antiques Roadshow in the UK, a man who appears as a guest on the show brought in a large pot that he claimed he had just purchased for $3. According to the man, the pot was purchased at a car boot sale.
A man picks up a model plane for free from his neighbor and then is shocked to find its true value
In an article in The Sun, a guest who appears on the Antiques Roadshow with a model airplane is shocked to find that it is worth a considerable sum of money. The man claimed that he had picked up the model of the plane from his neighbor's garden. The neighbor had used the model as a garden ornament for years.
A woman is left speechless after hearing how much her ancient Olympic gold medal is worth
In an article in The Sun, a guest appears on an episode of The Antiques Roadshow bringing in an ancient Olympic medal. The gold medal was from the 1924 Olympics. The guest was speechless when an expert at the Antiques Roadshow claimed the medal was worth $18,500.
Broken vase is valued at $62,000 after owner says she would have been thrilled if it was $1000
In an article in The Sun, a guest at the Antiques Roadshow brings in a rare Chinese vase that had been in her family for years. The lady revealed that the vase had belonged to her grandparents before it was passed down to her.
A woman purchased artwork made of seashells for $12. Years later, the artwork is valued at thousands
In an article in The Sun, a guest at the Antiques Roadshow brought in a number of pieces of shell art. The woman claimed that her mother bought the shell art at a junk shop for just $12 in the 1960s.