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  • 2016-09-19T00:00:00Z on BBC One
  • 60 mins
  • Canada
  • English
  • Documentary, Special Interest

Fiona Bruce and the team of experts make a return visit to Hanbury Hall near Droitwich in Worcestershire, where it seems that extraordinarily large objects are the talking point of the day. Expert Adam Schoon appraises an enormous fishing rod, created by a man whose obsession for fishing saw him send prize specimens back home from the western front in World War One. Adam also sees the largest narwhal tusk he's ever encountered at almost ten feet in length.

Military expert Robert Tilney discovers a piece of trench art that plays a tune from The Sound of Music, and veteran expert Hilary Kay demonstrates how sense of smell can decode a mystery object. Jewellery expert John Benjamin values four shiny buttons just bought from an auction for two pounds which produce the fastest profit seen in many a year.