The Antiques Roadshow is back at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, where discoveries include a stunning piece of Swedish glass, an invitation to Sir Walter Scott's funeral, a stuffed toy called Little Jack Rabbit and one of the rarest money boxes ever found on the Antiques Roadshow.
Glass specialist Andy McConnell is very excited to see the best piece of Swedish glass that he thinks has ever appeared on the show, while Fiona Bruce receives a crash course in the art of playing the bagpipes from a young boy.
Other eye-catching finds include a watch from a prestigious Edwardian motor race, an invitation to Sir Walter Scott's funeral and a traditional paisley shawl.
Ceramics specialist Lars Tharp reveals the secrets of an unusual ceramic jug and gives a colourful demonstration of its use, while the golden age of Edinburgh trade is celebrated with a rare chain of office steeped in history.
And Little Jack Rabbit, a character made famous in American children's stories, also makes a special guest appearance, much to the delight of Hilary Kay.
Aired: 14 Jun 2015