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Antiques Roadshow' expert Henry Sandon dies aged 95.

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His son John confirmed he died peacefully at a care home in Malvern, Worcestershire, on Christmas morning. He said: "My dad died peacefully on Christmas morning. Simply old age, as he was 95, and he's left the world of antiques with an incredible legacy.


Appointed curator of the Dyson Perrins Museum at the Royal Worcester factory in 1967. The antiques expert, who was widely regarded as the world authority on Worcester Porcelain and first appeared on the show in 1979.

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