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Antiques Roadshow visit to Harrogate uncovers highest value item in the history of the show

An item valued at more than £1m has been uncovered at the Antiques Roadshow on Wednesday, 28 October 2015, during their visit to the Royal Hall in Harrogate.

It is being described as “world-famous” and the most valuable object to be discovered by the show, beating the previous find in 2008 of a model of Antony Gormley’s, Angel of the North statue – valued at £1m.

A spokesperson for the Antiques Roadshow said:

An item seen at the Antiques Roadshow in Harrogate is the highest valued object ever to appear on the show in its 38-year history.

It is a world-famous piece owned by a sporting institution.

The final valuation given will be revealed when the programme airs in Spring 2016.

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