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Antique's expert Anita Manning reveals what to look for when hunting for hidden treasures.
An object's age, decoration, maker and finish will all indicate its value.
Antiques expert Anita Manning gives the first in a series of master classes in the valuation of antiques.
The Hour’s Anita Manning looks over viewer Eddie Telford’s peculiar find. But who is the woman in the picture?
In the mid-80s a million people living in the UK contributed to one of the most ambitious archives of all time, but few have seen the results until now.
The Hour’s resident antiques expert gives her top tips on separating real silver artefacts from the fakes.
Expert Anita Manning runs her expert eye over a set of old advertisement boards which stood in the window of an 1800s hardware store in Dalry, Ayrshire.
The Hour presenters were tasked with finding out as much as they could about items which antiques expert Anita Manning had sourced for them.
The antiques expert meets Margaret Webb to value a Marionette Theatre and a tea set which have both been in her family for many years.
Anita Manning casts her expert eye over ornament that depicts the Forth Rail Bridge in 1890.
Fire engines from as far back as 1900 have been cared for by Strathclyde Fire & Rescue Preservation Group.
Avon aftershave bottles have a thriving collector’s market which means a big profit if you find a bargain.
Antiques expert Anita Manning values Gordon Eddleston’s collectibles.
Antiques expert Anita Manning valued two tea sets and a condiment set brought in by The Hour viewer Jeannette McDonald.
The Hour’s temporary presenters have a go at valuing Anita’s antiques, but you can tell it’s their first time.
Sheena Ramsay brings in some family heirlooms to be valued on The Hour, including an antique wedding dress from the 1800s and an 18-carat gold brooch.
Anita Manning casts her expert eye over another batch of viewer’s antiques, this week featuring Helen McDonald from Crookston.
Antiques expert Anita Manning traced one Hour viewer’s bible back to the village of Mauchlan, once a thriving exporter of wooden goods and temporary home to Robert Burns.
John Tait of Rutherglen needs only three more annuals to complete his collection from 1957 onwards.
The Hour’s antiques expert Anita Manning challenged presenters Michelle McManus and Stephen Jardine to research and value what her selection of antiques would sell for at auction.