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The record up until then had been held by a collection of silver dating back to the reign of Charles II. The car used by Stirling Moss when he won the Charles Ferro Trophy in the Monte Carlo Rally of 1967 A 2010 episode of Antiques Roadshow, filmed in Beverley Minster, Yorkshire, featured an old car, once used by a farmer to pull his pigs to market.
We are members of The British Antiques Dealers Association (BADA).He used it throughout the 1940s and 1950s and is unlikely to have been aware of how valuable it was to become.It is valued at between £500,000 and £800,000 but experts have since said it is likely to reach more than £1m at auction and could become the most expensive camera ever sold. A painting that hung on the wall of a priest's home for more than a decade after he bought it for £400 at an antiques shop was identified as an Anthony van Dyck portrait valued at £400,000.She later took it into the show, where it was valued at £10,000. A gold-plated Leica Luxus II camera — one of just four ever made — was found 12 years ago after the death of its previous owner. The gold plated Leica Luxus II camera is thought to be the only surviving model found, and was brought in to the Antiques Roadshow around 2000.It had been given to its late owner, a keen amateur photographer, after the end of World War Two.