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  • 2001-02-18T20:00:00Z on BBC One
  • 60 mins
  • United Kingdom
  • English
  • Documentary, Family, Special Interest

Michael Aspel and a team of experts examine curios and artefacts offered up by the public in Eston, Cleveland.

Exciting finds include a sculpted elephant by Eduardo Paolozzi used to promote floor covering; a Victorian painting bought for five shillings while sheltering from the rain; the first commercially produced toy robot made in the 1930s; a collection of craft jewellery found in an old envelope at the end of a jumble sale; and a fibre-glass chair which Paul Atterbury says is 'an antique for the future'.

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