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Statistics About The Most Expensive Item On Antiques Roadshow

The most expensive item on Antiques Roadshow was an 18th century Chinese celadon vase valued at around $1.07 million.

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"The most expensive item ever appraised on the Antiques Roadshow was an 18th century Chinese cup decorated with rhinoceros horn, valued at £1 million (approximately 1.4 million USD)."

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"The second most expensive item was an eight-piece Anthony Van Dyck scenery collection, valued at £400,000 (approximately $566,000)."

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"The third most expensive item appraised was a 19th-century maquette (model) for an angel sculpture valued at £250,000 (around $335,000) in 2008."

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"The largest appraisal for a painting on Antiques Roadshow was for a Clyfford Still oil painting valued at $500,000."

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"The most expensive watch ever featured on the show was a Swiss watch bought for £1 and valued at £60,000-£80,000 in 2016."

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"The highest valued sports memorabilia was a 1960 Boston Red Sox uniform valued at $100,000 in 2005."

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"An original Honus Wagner baseball card from 1909 was valued at $200,000 in 2016."

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"A 17th Century needlework panel was estimated to be worth £30,000 in 2005."

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"A rare 18th Century Qianlong Jade Collection from the Chinese Qing Dynasty was valued at over £500,000 in 2008."

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"The most expensive Fabergé item was an imperial 'Flower of Love' brooch valued at £1 million in 2002."

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"A piece of Navajo Ute First Phase wearing blanket was valued at $500,000-$700,000 in 2011."

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"A Beatles 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' album signed by all four members of the Beatles was valued at $50,000-$70,000 in 2013."

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"A 1907 Robert Henri oil portrait of his wife was valued at $500,000-$700,000 in 2014."

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"A late 1930s Navajo turquoise and silver necklace with bracelets was priced at up to $60,000 in 2010."

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"An early 20th Century Diego Rivera’s “El Albanil” Oil Painting was estimated to be worth $800,000-$1,000,000 in 2012."

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"An early 17th Century panel of English needlework was priced at $80,000-$120,000 in 2002."

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"A late 19th Century Wardrobe Trunk With Louis Vuitton Labels was priced at $15,000-$20,000 in 2010."

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"A collection of five Buddy L Toy Trucks from the 1920s were valued up to $50,000 in 2003."

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