The UK version of the Antiques Roadshow has valued the FA Cup trophy used between 1911 and 1991 at over £1m ($1.4m).
One of the show's resident experts, Alastair Dickenson, carried out the valuation at Harrogate's Royal Hall.
Dickenson explains in the programme: "Now I may be banned from every football ground in the country for saying this, but I suspect that this may have been an off-the-shelf piece, that it may not be specifically made.
"I think that because it has all these grapes and vines on it, it might have been a wine or champagne cooler.
"The hardest thing of all about this is putting a value on it. This is, alongside the Wimbledon trophy, the most famous cup in the country.
"I think, quite comfortably, this has got to be worth well over £1m ($1.4m) - the highest ever value I have given on Antiques Roadshow."
The trophy was the third FA Cup in rotation and the longest serving. It's unlikely ever to be sold.
The second (used from 1896-1910) realised £478,000 ($690,221) at Christie's in 2005. It has since been donated to the National Football Museum in Manchester.
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