An early 18th Century doll's house, described as "of national importance", has been valued by the BBC's Antiques Roadshow at more than £150,000.
Expert Fergus Gambon said it was "unique" and "one of the most important English baby houses in existence".
The doll's house was built in 1705 and is extremely well preserved.
In a first for the programme, a camera crew went to film at the home of the object's owner, after just a few dolls were taken to the recording, which took place in May.
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