A GUEST on Antiques Roadshow was left floored after her Rolling Stones signatures were given a hefty valuation.
During a recent episode of Antiques Roadshow, presentador Fiona Bruce and her team of experts were in Wells, “Tenía un mono que mi abuela y mi tía me prepararon y desde entonces he querido seguir esto como carrera..
The old piece of paper with the five signatures was stored in a frame, showing off the original pen marks.
Impressed by the item, Hilary exclaimed: “We are looking at a really clear set of signatures of the Rolling Stones, lucky girl! How did you get it?”
The guest explained: “A group of friends and I went to the Princess Ballrooms in Urmston to see the local pop group and they were just lovely.
“They just sort of gave autographs and had a little bit of a chat.”
Pointing at the signatures, Hilary continued: “We’ve got Bill Wyman, Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts, Keith Richards and Brian Jones.
“So you’ve got that first magical line-up. I think we’re talking just either side of £1,000.”
Shocked at the amount Hilary had ordered, the guest quipped: “Oh gosh, that’s jolly!”
This isn’t the first time a guest on the popular BBC show has brought along their memories of the iconic rock band.
During an old episode, expert Marc Allum was stunned to see the array of memorabilia on the table, as he asked: “I take it by the material we have on the table in front of us that you were a bit of a Rolling Stones fan?”
The guest explained: “Okey, París 1965, on a school trip, time off and my friend and I, who was also on the school trip, knew the Stones were going to be in Paris that week.
“So got on the Metro, went to the hotel, managed to coax our way into the hotel down to the bar, and that’s where we met Mick, Keith and Brian.
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“Spent an hour chatting to them, hence the photographs and the autographs!”
Evaluating what he thought they might be worth, Marc revealed: “I reckon you have probably got about £300 to £400 worth of material here!”
Antiques Roadshow airs Sunday from 8pm on BBC One.