In the second part of the show from Bishop's Palace they valuate a bracelet owned by a past Queen, a seal that was involved in ending slavery, and an item where its owner didn't know its actual purpose.
Fiona and the experts head to Bishop's Palace and the items include a historic item that pre-dates most of the previous items on the show, an item belonging to Captain Scott, and a piece painted by the grandfather of Rolf Harris.
Fiona and the experts head down to The Sage where the items of note are a tablecloth owned and illustrated by Francis Bacon, a phonograph owned by Harry Lauder, and the most expensive item ever seen on Antiques Roadshow.
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