Dickinson's Real Deal Episode Guide

Episode Guide

  • Oldham 3

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Mark Stevens, Corrine Jeffrey, James Layte and David Hakeney celebrate the show's 600th edition in Oldham, Greater Manchester. A baton used by a world-famous conductor gets everybody excited and a unique set of SAS medals sets up the show's biggest ever deal

  • Oldham 2

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Corrie Jeffrey, James Layte, David Hakeney and Debbie Serpell in Oldham, Greater Manchester. A medal draws the attention of James while a propelling pencil appeals to Debbie

  • Oldham 4

    David Dickinson and the team head to Oldham, Greater Manchester, where silver, paintings and cuddly toys catch the eyes of the dealers. But it is a pocket barometer and watch that sets pulses racing in the valuation room, as James Layte does his level best to get his hands on it

  • Oldham, Greater Manchester

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Oldham, Greater Manchester, sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the option to go to auction or accept a cash sum. A 1920s diamond bracelet makes a good price in the saleroom, and other highlights include an American parking meter and a pair of car mascots

  • Ormskirk 1

    David Dickinson and the team head to Ormskirk in Lancashire, to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. A Doulton polar bear is among the items valued by Jan Keyne, while a canvas catches the interest of James Layte and Henry Nicholls salutes a seller who presents him with a guard's uniform

  • Oldham 1

    David Dickinson and the team of antiques experts visit Oldham, Greater Manchester, where items of interest include a watch, a Victorian Cross and an ashtray, bottle and snuff box from the 1950s

  • Oldham

    David Dickinson and the team travel to Oldham, Greater Manchester, where a rare Christopher Dresser jug makes an appearance in the dealers' den, and a fine piece of Moorcroft attracts attention in the saleroom

  • Nottingham A1

    The team visit Nottingham, where they appraise collectibles brought in by the locals and find out which of the items they would be willing to part with

  • Nottingham A

    The team visit Nottingham, where items brought in for appraisal include a vintage corkscrew - which attracts such an impressive opening offer that the vendor decides to take a chance at auction. A massage machine is among the other unusual pieces offered for sale

  • Nottingham B

    The team visit Nottingham, where they appraise collectibles including a mystery item etched with the name Gaugin. Unfortunately, no one knows what it is - but seller Lisa opts to take her chances in the auction room, tantalised by the suggestion of a link with the famous painter

  • Oldham

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Oldham, Greater Manchester, sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. One person walks away with £270 after selling their Moorcroft vase

  • Oldham

    David Dickinson is joined by a team of antiques dealers in Oldham, Greater Manchester, to offer locals the chance to take their items to auction or accept a cash sum. A Victorian Britannia stained glass window makes a good price in the saleroom, while David is intrigued by the rarest money box he has seen in 30 years

  • Ormskirk 2

    David Dickinson and the team head to Ormskirk, west Lancashire, where antiques dealers James Layte, Jan Keyne and Stuart Hofgartner are on hand to examine an array of potentially valuable objects brought in by members of the public for valuation

  • Ormskirk 3

    David Dickinson and his team head to Ormskirk, West Lancashire, where a heron lands on James Layte's table, members of the Liverpool FC football team visit Stuart Hofgartner, and Jan Keyne talks about the French Revolution and Napoleon

  • Oxford

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques experts Stewart Hofgartner, Jo Brayshaw, David Hakeney and Alison Chapman in Oxford, where members of the public are offered the chance to put their collectibles up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Oxford

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Oxford sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum from antiques dealers Ian Towning, Brenda Haller and Stewart Hofgartner

  • Oxford

    David Dickinson is joined by David Hakeney, Alison Chapman, Stewart Hofgartner and Jo Brayshaw in Oxford to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. The day's best deal is a pair of old garage signs bought by Stewart for £300

  • Penrith

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers David Hakeney, Mike Melody and Helen Gardiner in the market town of Penrith, Cumbria, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A diamond brooch makes big money at auction today

  • Penrith

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers David Hakeney, Mike Melody and Helen Gardiner in Penrith, Cumbria, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. An amethyst brooch does well in the auction room today

  • Oxford

    A collection of saucy postcards makes a good price at auction as David Dickinson helps members of the public in Oxford sort the treasures from their trash. Brenda Haller, Ian Towning and Stewart Hofgartner are the dealers trying to tempt the punters to part with their items for cash

  • Oxford

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Ian Towning, Brenda Haller and Stewart Hofgartner help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash in Oxford, where a bronze inkwell is one of the favourites at auction

  • Oswestry 1

    David Dickinson and his team head to Oswestry, Shropshire, to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Antiques dealers David Ford and Brenda Haller haggle over a set of gold sovereigns, a Bakelite telephone and a Japanese Imari vase

  • Ormskirk 4

    David Dickinson and the team head to Ormskirk, Lancashire, where James Layte examines oil paintings and Jan Keyne is presented with a greyhound-related item. The dealers also have an encounter connected to Moorcroft pottery

  • Oswestry 2

    David Dickinson and the antique dealers David Tupman, Karen Dalmeny, Brenda Haller and David Ford head to Oswestry. Here a gold Rolex watch, a set of Indian terracotta figurines and a some cut-throat razors are among the items brought in to be valued by members of the public, who then decide whether to put their treasures up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Oswestry 3

    David Dickinson travels to Oswestry, Shropshire, to value antiques. Dealer David Ford has mixed feelings about a set of Irish passports, a Toby jug and a leather bullion bag, while Brenda Haller values a Hornby train set

  • Oswestry 4

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques experts David Ford, Brenda Haller, David Tupman and Karen Dalmeny to value the belongings of members of the public in Oswestry, Shropshire, including a chess set that causes a stir

  • Nottingham 4

    David Dickinson and the team travel to Nottingham, where dealers Corrie Jeffrey, David Tupman, James Layte and John Parker help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Nottingham 3

    David Dickinson and experts John Parker and David Tupman search for treasures in Nottingham. Items brought in by the public include a mixed assortment of jewellery, needlework and pottery, a diamond ring with an intriguing history and an owl pepperette

  • Norwich

    A woman tries to sell her Moorcroft vases, but David responds with a paltry offer, arguing they're badly damaged. Turning him down flat, she takes her wares straight to auction - where her judgement is proved sound

  • Northwich, Cheshire

    David Dickinson visits Northwich in Cheshire, where the locals decide whether to accept offers for their valuables from dealers Tim Hogarth, Stewart Hofgartner and Cheryl Brown or risk taking the items to auction. An old music box makes good money when it goes under the hammer

  • Norwich

    A Norwich man attempts to sell the family silver - and his young daughter proves a shrewd negotiator. Dealer Ian Towning offers £150 for a Lalique statue, but the seller's wife is convinced the item is worth more. David Dickinson presents

  • Norwich

    Gerald from Norwich aspires to be an antiques dealer and expects the Bovril publicity picture and Popeye doll he bought recently at auction to realise a tidy profit. Dealer David Ford agrees and makes a generous offer that would double his original outlay, but Gerald finds the uncertainty of the auction room more attractive

  • Norwich

    Dealer David makes a paltry offer for vendor Georgina's Moorcroft vases, claiming they are too badly damaged to command a premium price - but she turns him down flat and takes a chance on selling them at auction, where her gamble pays dividends

  • Northwich, Cheshire

    David Dickinson visits Northwich in Cheshire, where two unusual fire buckets make good money as antiques experts Tim Hogarth, Stewart Hofgartner and Cheryl Brown haggle with the locals in a bid to secure their favourite items

  • Northwich 4

    The dealers head to Northwich in Cheshire. Mark Stevens tries his hardest to buy everything that comes to his table, and Tim Hogarth is given a run for his money by the sellers. Other dealers in the den include Jan Keyne and James Layte

  • Northampton 4

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Northampton sort the treasures from their trash. Antiques expert Henry Nicholls finds a pair of Dunhill lighters, and a 1920s gnome proves popular

  • Northampton 3

    David Dickinson and the team visit the County Ground, Northampton, home of Northamptonshire County Cricket Club, where they haggle over items brought along by the public, including a Victorian accordion that steals the show

  • Northwich 1

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques experts James Layte, Jan Keyne, Mark Stevens and Tim Hogarth on a visit to Northwich in Cheshire, offering members of the public the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Pieces attracting the team's attention on this occasion include a pair of John Stinton vases, a Moorcroft vase and some cocktail sticks

  • Northwich 2

    David Dickinson and the team head to Northwich, Cheshire, where Tim Hogarth buys some 1950s kitsch and Mark Stevens casts his eye over a special bottle of champagne

  • Northwich 3

    David Dickinson and the team visit Northwich in Cheshire, where experts Tim Hogarth, James Layte, Jan Keyne and Mark Stevens evaluate a pair of Ditchfield vases and a magician's box

  • Norwich

    David Dickinson, in the company of dealers Karen Delmany, Mike Melody and David Ford, visits Norwich to meet locals hoping to find good antiques deals

  • Norwich B

    David Dickinson and the team visit Norwich, where a silver teapot creates a difference of opinion in the dealers' den. Turning down an offer of £120, the owner takes his prized possession to the auction room, hoping his gamble will pay off and make him a tidy profit

  • Nottingham

    Nottingham resident Joan takes her collection of ceramics to Rob Bingham's table, but cannily turns down his initial offer of £160, forcing him to raise the stakes

  • Nottingham

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques experts Karen Dalmeny, James Layte and Rob Bingham in Nottingham, where they offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Nottingham 1

    David Dickinson and the team visit Nottingham, where finds include a Henry Moore lithograph and a helmet worn by Donald Campbell. Plus, the presenter meets the curator of the DH Lawrence Heritage and learns that his talents were not limited to writing

  • Nottingham 2

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Nottingham to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. A set of rare Sherlock Holmes magazines surpasses expectations in the saleroom and expert Mike Melody haggles over a collection of antique knife boxes

  • Nottingham 2

    The team heads to Nottingham to offer members of the public the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Corrie Jeffries becomes nostalgic when puppets arrive at her podium, James Layte adds to a seller's diamond wedding anniversary fund and a painting attracts plenty of interest

  • Nottingham

    David Dickinson is joined by James Layte, Karen Dalmeny and Mike Melody in Nottingham, where they haggle with the locals over their favourite items and Karen secures the best deal of the day

  • Nottingham

    David Dickinson and the team visit Nottingham, where antiques experts Mike Melody, James Layte and Karen Dalmeny haggle with the locals over their favourite items and a Victorian solitaire game makes good money at auction

  • Nottingham

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques experts Rob Bingham, Karen Dalmeny and James Layyte in Nottingham to meet local people eager to make a profit from their collectibles and trinkets

  • Nottingham

    A Nottingham octogenarian offers a Fifties continental figure to dealer Karen, and David Dickinson is on hand to give his opinion before helping him decide whether to accept the deal or go to auction in the hope of a better price

  • Nottingham

    David Dickinson is joined by regulars Karen Dalmeny, Mike Melody and James Layte in Nottingham to offer locals the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Mike spends more than £3,000 on a collection of gold coins

  • Nottingham

    David Dickinson and the team are in Nottingham, where David Ford splashes out on a Lalique bowl previously purchased for next to nothing, and admires a photographic collection that offers an insider's view of life in Queen Victoria's household

  • Nottingham

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Nottingham to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. A collection of toy cars does well in the saleroom and expert David Ford haggles over a watercolour

  • Penrith 1

    A silver mixing tray changes hands for £750 as David Dickinson helps members of the public in Penrith, Cumbria, sort the treasures from their trash. With antiques dealers Mike Melody, David Hakeney and Helen Gardiner

  • Penrith 1

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Penrith, Cumbria, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. A DIY electric-shock machine is brought to Jo Brayshaw's table, a tiara collection catches Ian Towning's eye, and a sapphire and diamond ring fetches a high price

  • Portsmouth C

    David Dickinson is joined by a team of antiques dealers in Portsmouth, where they offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Highlights include a chess set and a watercolour painting of Venice

  • Portsmouth

    David Dickinson is joined in Portsmouth by dealers Stewart Hofgartner, Ian Towning and Rob Bingham to meet local people eager to make a profit from their collectibles and antiques

  • The Potteries

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques experts Ian Towning, Brenda Haller and David Ford in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, where they give locals the opportunity to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. The best deal of the day is a large set of football cards that Brenda buys for £650

  • Preston 4

    The team heads to Preston in Lancashire, where antique dealers Cheryl Hakeney, James Layte, John Parker and Simon Schneider are on hand to examine an array of potentially valuable objects brought in by members of the public for valuation

  • Pudsey

    David Dickinson visits Pudsey in West Yorkshire, where antiques experts Jo Brayshaw, Michael Hogben and Stewart Hofgartner haggle with the locals over their favourite items, and an unusual chamber pot does well in the auction room

  • Portsmouth

    Clarice Cliff pottery and a mandolin are just two of the objects seen in Portsmouth, as David Dickinson attempts to help more members of the public make big cash from their treasures

  • Portsmouth

    David Dickinson visits Portsmouth, where a former Tiller Girl is so keen to become a dealer she starts buying from other people in the queue, hoping to make a quick profit at Rob Bingham's table. David also eyes a pair of jockey brooches but doubts they'll fetch much at the auction

  • Port Sunlight

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Mike Melody, Brenda Haller and Michael Hogben in Port Sunlight on the Wirral, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Two Beswick foxes make good money when they go under the hammer

  • Port Sunlight

    David Dickinson and antiques experts Brenda Haller, Mike Melody and Michael Hogben travel to Port Sunlight, Merseyside, where they offer locals the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. The deal of the day is a five-stone diamond ring that Brenda buys for £400

  • Port Sunlight 1

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in the Merseyside model village of Port Sunlight sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accepting a cash sum from dealers Michael Hogben, Brenda Haller and Mike Melody

  • Port Sunlight 2

    David Dickinson and team travel to Port Sunlight on the Wirral to help the locals sort the treasures from their trash. Brenda Haller, Mike Melody and Michael Hogben haggle over the best deals for their favourite items in a bid to save them from the auctioneer's hammer

  • Port Sunlight 3

    David Dickinson and dealers Mike Melody, Brenda Haller and Michael Hogben travel to Port Sunlight on the Wirral to tempt the local people to sell them their antiques

  • Pudsey

    David Dickinson is joined by regulars Michael Hogben, Stewart Hofgartner and Jo Brayshaw in Pudsey, West Yorkshire, to hunt for antiques of interest and give locals the chance to take their items to auction or accept a cash sum. A Beswick dog makes good money in the saleroom today

  • Pudsey, West Yorkshire

    David Dickinson and the team travel to Pudsey in West Yorkshire, where they haggle with the locals over their favourite items and a bronze bust does well at auction

  • Salisbury

    David Dickinson travels to Salisbury, Wiltshire, to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Dealers David Hakeney, Brenda Haller and James Layte assist the local people in sealing good deals, and a glass vase presents a surprise at auction

  • Rickmansworth 4

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Rickmansworth in Hertfordshire, where members of the public are offered the chance to put collectibles up for auction or accept a cash sum. An antique resuscitator is among items brought in for appraisal, and a collection of toy cars does well in the saleroom

  • Salisbury

    David Dickinson travels to Salisbury, Wiltshire, to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Antiques experts Brenda Haller, James Layte and David Hakeney haggle over their favourite items and the best deal of the day proves to be a Minton jester jug

  • Salisbury

    David Dickinson travels to Salisbury, Wiltshire, to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Dealers David Hakeney, Brenda Haller and James Layte assist the local people in sealing good deals. A selection of lead soldiers is a hit at auction

  • Scarborough

    David Dickinson and dealers Ian Towning, Michael Hogben and Paul Hawtrey hope to track down valuable antiques in Scarborough, meeting the locals as they go and witnessing an art-deco clock making the best impression at auction

  • Rickmansworth 3

    David Dickinson helps people in Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A battered book is found to contain drawings by a Chinese artist, and Ian Towning casts an expert eye over a painting by one of Britain's leading wildlife illustrators

  • Rickmansworth 2

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, sort the treasures from their trash. Items include a unique collection of memorabilia from a famous circus performer, and a rare gold watch that catches Mark Stevens' eye

  • Reading

    David Dickinson and the team visit Reading, Berkshire, where they examine signed photographs from stars including the Beatles, Jimi Hendrix and Elizabeth Taylor. A set of family silver is also up for sale in a bid to raise funds for a wedding

  • Reading

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Reading, Berkshire, to offer locals the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash payment. A glass flask and a collection of three paintings, all purchased for next to nothing, make good money in the saleroom

  • Reading 1

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Reading, Berkshire, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A tiny piece of porcelain astounds everyone, and Simon Schneider makes an interesting discovery about a pair of supposedly identical candlesticks

  • Reading 4

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Reading, Berkshire, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. The owner of an oriental vase is delighted by its performance in the saleroom and Cheryl Brown faces a challenge as she tries to purchase a Royal Dux figurine

  • Rickmansworth

    David Dickinson and the team visit Rickmansworth in Hertfordshire, where a vintage radio is brought in for appraisal, while opinions are divided over the authenticity of a rare umbrella stand

  • Poole B

    David Dickinson visits Poole with antiques experts Karen Dalmeny, Mike Melody and Donald Alison to help the public sort the treasures from their trash. Karen and Mike respectively buy a Laurel and Hardy picture and a Gucci watch

  • Poole A

    A Poole man hopes to sell a pair of ballet shoes that once belonged to Margot Fonteyn for a big profit. Real Dealer Ian Towning tries to tempt him with a cash offer, but the items may well go up for auction

  • Peterborough

    David Dickinson helps members of the public get the best price for their treasures as a collection of Star Wars figurines and a pair of oil paintings from New Zealand are put up for sale in the Regional College, Peterborough

  • Peterborough

    David Dickinson and the team help members of the public in Peterborough sort the treasures from their trash. A collection of Titanic memorabilia and a set of Royal Crown Derby do well at auction

  • Peterborough

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques experts Mike Melody, Jo Brayshaw and Stewart Hofgartner in Peterborough, where they offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Peterborough

    Dealer Mike Melody has his eye on a collection of FA Cup final programmes and bids hard at auction in Peterborough, while more members of the public hope to make a bundle with the help of presenter David Dickinson

  • Peterborough 1

    David Dickinson helps members of the public sort the treasures from their trash in Peterborough, where a Bluebird toy fetches a good price at auction. With dealers Mike Melody, Tom Hogarth and Jo Brayshaw

  • Peterborough

    David Dickinson visits Peterborough, where antiques experts Mike Melody, Jo Brayshaw and Tim Hogarth haggle over their favourite items and a deal is made on an 18th-century curtain pelmet

  • Peterborough

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Peterborough sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum from antiques dealers James Layte, David Tupman, Alison Chapman and Cheryl Hakeney. An old powder horn fetches a good price in the saleroom

  • Penrith 3

    David Dickinson and the team visit Penrith in Cumbria, where Karen Dalmeny haggles over a Wedgwood lustre bowl that has lost its sparkle, and Jo Brayshaw is faced with thousands of pounds' worth of gold. Martin Dance takes a trip down memory lane when car blackout covers are brought to the table

  • Penrith 2

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Penrith, Cumbria, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. Among the collectibles brought in are a collection of letters from famous people including George III and Florence Nightingale, and a Ruskin vase attracts Karen Dalmeny's attention. Plus, David talks to Tricia Kerr about the Keswick Arts and Crafts School

  • Peterborough

    A seller rejects Mike Melody's offer for a selection of Lalique glasses when the team visit Peterborough and he hopes to have better luck when he bids for a set of candlesticks. Plus, a couple decide to put their perfume factice bottles up for auction

  • Peterborough

    David Dickinson and regulars Jo Brayshaw, Tim Hogarth and Mike Melody take the antiques challenge to Peterborough, where locals have the chance to auction their items or accept a cash sum for them. An old violin fetches a good price in the saleroom

  • Peterborough

    A violin proves popular in the auction room as David Dickinson helps the locals in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, sort the treasures from their trash, while antiques experts Jo Brayshaw, Tim Hogarth and Mike Melody haggle over their favourite items

  • Peterborough 1

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Peterborough sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. The deal of the day is David Tupman's purchase of a George III tea caddy for £1,200

  • Peterborough 1

    Peterborough is the setting for today's bargain-hunting, with dealers Brenda Haller, Karen Dalmeny, Mark Stevens and David Ford haggling over their favourite antiques in a bid to save them from the auctioneer's hammer. David Dickinson hosts

  • Peterborough 4

    David Dickinson and the team travel to Peterborough, where dealers David Ford, Karen Dalmeny, Mark Stevens and Brenda Haller help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Peterborough 3

    Dealers Brenda Haller, David Ford, Karen Dalmeny and Mark Stevens accompany David Dickinson to Peterborough, where they search for antique bargains and discover whether the locals are happy to deal or willing to gamble on making more money at auction

  • Peterborough B1

    Jo Brayshaw, Mike Melody and Stewart Hofgartner visit Peterborough, where they set to work appraising antiques, curios and collectibles brought along by members of the public, and attempt to strike a bargain on choice items

  • Peterborough B2

    Jo Brayshaw, Mike Melody and Stewart Hofgartner join David Dickinson in Peterborough, where they appraise antiques, curios and collectibles brought along by members of the public, and attempt to strike a bargain on choice items

  • Poole

    David Dickinson and dealers Ian Towning, Rob Bingham and Clive Attrell help members of the public in Poole, Dorset, sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Peterborough 2

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Peterborough sort the treasures from their trash. Antiques experts Brenda Haller, David Ford, Karen Dalmeny and Mark Stevens are on the lookout for a bargain as they haggle over any items that catch their eye

  • Peterborough 2

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers David Tupman, Cheryl Hakeney, James Layte and Alison Chapman in Peterborough, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A Beswick bull makes a good profit when it goes under the hammer

  • Peterborough 1

    David Dickinson and the team travel to Peterborough, where dealers David Ford, Karen Dalmeny, Mark Stevens and Brenda Haller offer members of the public the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Peterborough 1

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Peterborough get the best return for their collectables, with advice from dealers James Layte, Alison Chapman, David Tupman and Cheryl Hakeney. A modern oil painting makes a good price at auction

  • Peterborough 1

    David Dickinson is joined by James Layte, Alison Chapman, David Tupman and Cheryl Hakeney in Peterborough to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. The deal of the day is David's purchase of a George III tea caddy for a four-figure sum

  • Peterborough 2

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Peterborough sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum from antiques dealers James Layte, Alison Chapman and David Tupman. A watercolour by Jean Lucrat makes a good price at auction

  • Northampton 2

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques experts visit the County Ground, Northampton, home of Northamptonshire County Cricket Club. A Roman glass vase attracts the dealers' attentions and a collection of Dinky cars exceeds expectations at auction

  • Northampton 1

    David Dickinson and the team visit Northampton to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Alison Chapman puts in an offer for a Masonic sword and Stewart Hofgartner haggles over a miniature snooker table

  • Macclesfield 3

    David Dickinson and his team visit Macclesfield in Cheshire, where they give locals a chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Items brought along to the show include a piece of Worcester porcelain and a jewellery collection, and David Ford wonders if he has undervalued a collection of post-Second World War games

  • Macclesfield 2

    David and the team visit Macclesfield in Cheshire, where they examine silver-plated car mascots and a heavy gold medallion. The experts are also given a chance to cast their eyes over a collection of Manchester United memorabilia

  • Macclesfield 4

    David Dickinson and the team travel to Macclesfield, Cheshire, where dealers Karen Dalmeny, Tony Geering, Janice Kehoe and David Ford value items including six car mascots, a royal yacht sailor's hat and a gold Waltham pocket watch. Plus, a seller is surprised to discover how much his silver flatware is worth

  • Maidenhead

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Maidenhead, Berkshire, sort the treasures from their trash. In the dealers' den, a Georgian pocket watch catches the eye of antiques expert Karen Dalmeny, and Michael Hogben makes a proposal to a bride-to-be

  • Maidenhead

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Maidenhead, Berkshire, sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Corrie Jeffrey chases a charity shop find and Karen Dalmeny makes an offer on a car-boot curio

  • Macclesfield 1

    David Dickinson and the team visit Macclesfield in Cheshire to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. David Ford is delighted to see an unusual snuff box land on his table, Karen Dalmeny examines a brass corkscrew and Janice Kehoe tries her best to buy a Victorian travelling dressing table

  • Lytham St Annes

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers James Layte, Karen Dalmeny and Mike Melody are in Lytham St Annes, Lancashire, where they offer locals the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A bronze bust bought by Mike proves to be one of the day's highlights

  • Lymm 3

    David Dickinson and the team travel to Lymm, Cheshire, with dealers Alison Chapman, David Hakeney, Corrie Jeffrey and Michael Hogben. They bargain hard for their favourite items, and a gold necklace and bracelet cause the most excitement in the room

  • Lymm 2

    David Dickinson and the team visit Lymm in Cheshire to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Items on offer include a selection of Doulton character figures, a box of rare horse brasses and a collection of vintage toy cars

  • Lymm 4

    David Dickinson and the team visit Lymm in Cheshire to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Items on offer include American cutlery, a diamond solitaire ring and a collection of vintage movies. Meanwhile, a Lorenzl bronze sculpture could prove to be risky business for dealer Michael Hogben

  • Lytham St Annes

    David Dickinson and dealers Karen Dalmeny, James Layte and Mike Melody go on the hunt for antiques in Lytham St Annes, Lancashire, where a Russian silver coffee set sells for an impressive price at auction

  • Lytham St Annes

    David Dickinson and dealers Karen Dalmeny, James Layte and Mike Melody go on the hunt for antiques in Lytham St Annes, Lancashire, where the items going under the hammer include a set of Paul Storr silver spoons

  • Maidenhead 3

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Maidenhead, Berkshire, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. A Henry Moore etching and a pair of sapphire and gold cufflinks attract the most interest from the experts

  • Maidenhead 4

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Maidenhead, Berkshire, sort the treasures from their trash, enlisting the help of two antiques experts. Karen Dalmeny finds a collection of caricatures drawn by a children's TV favourite, and Ian Towning is intrigued by the arrival of a 'secret weapon'

  • Mansfield 1

    David Dickinson and the team head to Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, where Jo Brayshaw falls in love with a silver tea-strainer brought in by a boy and his grandmother, Alison Chapman finds an item she can wear to her daughter's wedding, and a seller drives a hard bargain for his collectable camera

  • Manchester A2

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Manchester sort their trash from their treasures. A Lalique perfume bottle for £130 and a £170 watercolour catch the eyes of dealers Don Allison, Simon Schneider and Karen Dalmeny

  • Mansfield 2

    David Dickinson and the team head to Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, where a charm bracelet and a Faberge egg are among the items brought in for sale. However, an old watch could be the surprise of the day

  • Mansfield 3

    David Dickinson and the team head to Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, to help people sort the treasures from their trash. Items include a bird cage, a car mascot, a set of copper naval measures and a dragon ring. Plus, a broken watch catches the attention of Alison Chapman

  • Mansfield 4

    David Dickinson and the team head to Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, where antiques dealers Alison Chapman, Helen Gardiner, Jo Brayshaw and David Ford are on hand to examine an array of potentially valuable objects brought in by members of the public for valuation. Plus, one of the experts meets their match in pursuit of a set of gold sovereigns

  • Manchester

    David Dickinson visits Manchester to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum from an expert. Dealers Karen Dalmeny, Simon Schneider and Don Allison are on hand to offer advice

  • Manchester

    David Dickinson and the team visit Manchester, where they attempt to strike a bargain on more curios and collectibles brought along by members of the public. The owners of a silver teapot take it to auction, hoping to raise money for their local pantomime, and a woman sells Beatrix Potter books to fund a trip to Australia

  • Malvern

    David Dickinson and his team visit Malvern, Worcestershire, to meet members of the public hoping to make a profit from the sale of their antiques, offering them the option of putting items up for auction or accepting a cash sum

  • Malvern

    Barbara from Malvern has brought her grandfather's music box to dealer Stewart Hoffgartner. After the difficulty of attaching a price to a piece with such a high sentimental value, he comes up with an offer of £400 - which may not be sufficient to convince her to part with this family heirloom

  • Malvern

    Dealer Rob offers a Malvern woman £400 for the diamond and gold watch she wants to sell, but not knowing what to expect, she takes advice from David Dickinson on whether she could do better by going to auction

  • Malvern

    Dealer Stewart Hoffgartner faces a tough time when a Malvern woman tearfully comes to terms with selling her grandfather's music box. The offer stands at £400, but its sentimental value proves a real sticking point. David Dickinson presents

  • Manchester

    Dealers Don Allison, Karen Dalmeny and Simon Schneider join David Dickinson in Manchester. Among the items offered for sale are an artwork by Eduardo Paolozzi and a Spanish painting that was donated to a jumble sale - and a seller is surprised when an embroidery sampler attracts a higher offer than he expected

  • Lymm 1

    David Dickinson and the team visit Lymm in Cheshire, where Corrie Jeffrey tries to snap up some Siamese silver and Alison Chapman gets connected with wartime field phones. Plus, Michael Hogben comes face to face with a champion pug

  • Ludlow 4

    David Dickinson travels to Ludlow in Shropshire, in the company of experts David Ford, Corrie Jeffery, Helen Gardiner and David Hakeney, to bargain for their favourite items. A heavy gold sovereign charm bracelet causes a stir in the auction room

  • London

    David Dickinson and dealers Ian Towning, Brenda Haller and Clive Attrell visit London to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • London

    David Dickinson and dealers Jo Brayshaw, Rob Bingham and David Ford visit London to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • London

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques experts David Ford, Jo Brayshaw and Rob Bingham in London, where members of the public decide whether to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum from the dealers

  • London

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques experts David Ford, Jo Brayshaw and Rob Bingham in London, where members of the public decide whether to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum from the dealers

  • London A

    Dealer David Ford is attracted to an Italian oil painting, but his offer to purchase falls short of London seller Betty's expectations. Presenter David Dickinson injects his thoughts into the proceedings

  • London

    London is the setting for today's bargain-hunting, with dealers David Ford, Jo Brayshaw and Rob Bingham haggling over their favourite antiques in a bid to save them from the auctioneer's hammer. David Dickinson hosts

  • London

    David Dickinson helps members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum from an expert. David Ford comes across a motor racing calculator and Rob Bingham buys a large ornate table decoration

  • Llandudno B1

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Llandudno make money by sorting the treasures from their trash, while dealer Mike Melody buys a Georgian tallboy for £380 and Ian Towning haggles over a silver compote dish

  • Llandudno B

    Ian Towning buys a watercolour for £250 and Mike Melody deals on a Morrisware jar for £500 when David Dickinson and the team visit Llandudno to meet members of the public hoping to sort their treasures from their trash

  • Llandudno C

    Two Llandudno-based workers for the Welsh Air Ambulance look to make a tidy profit on behalf of the charity when they put a diamond and opal ring up for sale

  • Llandudno C2

    David Dickinson is joined in Llandudno by dealers Rob Bingham, Mike Melody and Ian Towning, who attempt to strike a deal on curios and collectibles brought along by members of the public, including a Royal Worcester vase

  • London

    Londoner Anthony turns down an offer of £2,500 from dealer Clive Attrell for a collection of 70 children's book illustrations by his Polish aunt, and goes to auction, hoping to make a lot more. David Dickinson presents

  • London B

    The dealers visit London, where a woman tries to sell what she thinks is an item of costume jewellery - only to be pleasantly surprised to learn from dealer David Ford that it is made with real diamonds

  • London C

    David Ford offers £650 for a diamond ring, while Jo Brayshaw tries to buy some Noddy tins for £15 when David Dickinson and the team meet locals in London hoping to make a mint by sorting their treasures from their trash

  • Loughborough 4

    David Dickinson and the team value antiques in Loughborough, Leicestershire. A Second World War aviator's mask arrives on Mark Stevens' table, an old tin is appraised by Simon Schneider, and Michael Hogben casts his eye over a canteen of cutlery fit for fine dining

  • Loughborough 3

    David Dickinson and the team value antiques in Loughborough, Leicestershire. Dealers Simon Schneider and Mark Stevens are put through their paces as they help two teams examine items including a Georg Jensen bowl, a Moorcroft vase and an early fire extinguisher

  • Ludlow 1

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Corrie Jeffery, David Hakeney, Helen Gardiner and David Ford visit Ludlow, Shropshire, where an Omega watch, a walking stick with an ivory handle carved into a dog's face and a strange object known as a potato flask are among the items showcased by members of the public

  • Ludlow 2

    David Dickinson and antiques experts Corrie Jeffery and David Hakeney head to Ludlow in Shropshire, where they appraise items brought in by members of the public including an eastern style vase, a vintage horse racing game and a charm bracelet

  • Ludlow 3

    David Dickinson and the team travel to Ludlow, Shropshire, to value antiques. David Hakeney, Helen Gardiner, Corrie Jeffery and David Ford examine goods including a watch that has a connection to Margaret Thatcher and a Scottish vase

  • Loughborough 2

    Host David Dickinson and antique dealers Simon Scheider, Mark Stevens, Michael Hobden and Jan Keyne visit Loughborough in Leicestershire, where members of the public bring in Corgi and Dinky toys for their inspection and Mark encounters a stunning diamond ring

  • Loughborough 2

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Loughborough, Leicestershire, decide whether to put their treasures up for auction or accept a cash sum. A wax-headed doll turns up on Alison Chapman's table, and David Ford reminisces when he comes across a collection of Whitefriars glassware

  • Loughborough

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Loughborough, Leicestershire, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Alison Chapman spies a deal on an old telescope and David Ford is tempted to add something to his personal collection

  • Loughborough

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers are in Loughborough, Leicestershire, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. A member of the public brings in a Bakelite radio that exceeds expectations in the saleroom

  • Loughborough 1

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Loughborough, Leicestershire, sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Antiques expert Cheryl Hakeney makes a bid for a family heirloom, and colleague Mike Melody admires a much-travelled display case

  • Loughborough 1

    David Dickinson travels to Loughborough, Leicestershire, to help members of the public decide whether to put their treasures up for auction, or accept a cash sum from one of a team of antiques experts. Simon Schneider is tempted by a striking cigar box, while Mark Stevens is forced to listen to some harsh words

  • Matlock 1

    David Dickinson and dealers Tim Hogarth, Brenda Haller, James Layte and Tony Geering visit the Peak District town of Matlock to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Among the items uncovered are a Christmas card from the Royal Family, a Hotspur comic print and a Moorcroft bowl

  • Matlock 2

    David Dickinson and the team travel to Matlock, Derbyshire, where dealer Brenda Haller has her work cut out with a tricky seller who drives a hard bargain over a silver water jug. Meanwhile, antiques expert Tony Geering attempts to buy an Asprey powder compact, and a woman wants a tidy sum for her Moroccan watercolour

  • Newbury 1

    David Dickinson visits Newbury Racecourse in west Berkshire with dealers Stewart Hofgartner, Karen Dalmeny and David Tupman. The locals bring in some of their potentially valuable antiques, including an old silver urn

  • Newbury

    David Dickinson is joined by a team of antiques dealers in Newbury, Berkshire, where police truncheons perform well at auction and Tim Hogarth meets his match when he tries to close a deal for a set of Satsuma pottery

  • Newbury, Berkshire

    David Dickinson and the team visit Newbury Racecourse in Berkshire, where antiques dealers Stewart Hofgartner, Karen Dalmeny and David Tupman try to persuade the locals to part company with their treasures for cash. A silver urn that escapes their clutches makes a tidy profit at auction

  • Newbury Racecourse

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers David Tupman, Karen Dalmeny and Stewart Hofgartner help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash at Newbury Racecourse, where a Clarice Cliff jug and bowl do well at auction

  • Newcastle

    Chelsea dealer Ian Towning offers two Newcastle women £350 for their Japanese box and opera glasses but, despite advice from David Dickinson, they decide to go to auction, convinced their treasures are worth much more

  • Newbury

    David Dickinson is joined by David Tupman, Karen Dalmeny and Stewart Hofgartner in Newbury, Berkshire, to offer locals the chance to put their collectibles up for auction or accept a cash sum. A Clarice Cliff jug and bowl do well in the saleroom

  • Newbury

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Newbury, Berkshire, sort the treasures from their trash, with help from antiques experts including Stewart Hofgartner. Items on show include buried treasure and a Sooty xylophone from the 1950s

  • Newark 4

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques experts Tim Hogarth, Jo Brayshaw, Karen Dalmeny and Mike Melody to help members of the public in Newark, Nottinghamshire, sort the treasures from their trash

  • Newark 3

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Newark, Nottinghamshire, sort the treasures from their trash, with help from antiques dealers Mike Melody, Tim Hogarth, Karen Dalmeny and Jo Brayshaw. Items include an expensive-looking piece of jewellery and a damaged Clarice Cliff pot

  • Newbury

    David Dickinson is joined by Karen Dalmeny, Stewart Hofgartner and David Tupman in Newbury, Berkshire, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. Some designer silver mushrooms fetch a good price in the saleroom today

  • Newbury

    David Dickinson is joined by a team of antiques dealers in Newbury, Berkshire, to offer locals the chance to put their collectibles up for auction or accept a cash sum. A Maltese oil lamp does well in the saleroom

  • Newbury

    David Dickinson and the team help members of the public in Newbury, Berkshire, sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A tin bird whistle and a medal awarded for bravery at sea catch the eye of the antiques experts

  • Newcastle

    Dealer Ian Towning offers a Newcastle woman £600 for her cufflinks and button collection but, needing £850 to pay a vet's bill, she takes advice from David Dickinson on whether to send her treasures to auction

  • Newcastle

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Newcastle sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Newmarket B2

    David Dickinson and the team help punters in Newmarket make money by sorting the treasures from their trash. Tim Hogarth offers £200 for a miniature fireplace, while Karen Dalmeny hopes to secure a large Tiffany shell for £320

  • Newmarket B

    A collection of Isherwood paintings comes up for sale in Newmarket. Dealer Mike Melody considers his offer, mindful that he may lose his opportunity to secure them if they go forward to auction. Presented by David Dickinson

  • Newport

    David Dickinson visits Newport, Shropshire, where dealer David Ford is delighted when best friends Chris and Simon turn up with a number of old English banknotes. However, questions arise as to whether the items are genuine or counterfeit

  • Newport

    Shropshire man Ivan Lewis tries to decide whether to accept dealer Clive Attrell's offer for his collection of crockery, or try to get a better price at auction. David Dickinson is on hand to help him make an informed choice

  • Newport

    David Dickinson, in the company of antiques experts Clive Attrell, Simon Schneider and David Ford, visits Newport in Shropshire to meet locals hoping to make a profit from their collectibles

  • Newmarket A2

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Newmarket sort the treasures from their trash, with experts Tim Hogarth, Mike Melody and Karen Dalmeny, with the day's best deal is a £600 offer for a Louis Vuitton suitcase

  • Newmarket A

    A woman in Newmarket seeks buyers for a bronze bust her husband retrieved from a skip. Dismissing dealer Karen's offer, she sends it to auction to raise the highest price possible. David Dickinson presents

  • Newcastle A

    David Dickinson and the team's search for the best deals around lead them to Newcastle, where dealer Ian Towning soon has his heart on a set of Victorian gold coins - but their owner cuts a tough bargain

  • Newcastle

    David Dickinson and his team of dealers help members of the public in Newcastle sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Newcastle B

    David Dickinson presents from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, where dealers Rob Bingham, Ian Towning and David Hakeney cast their eyes over the locals' collectibles

  • Newmarket

    Antiques experts Mike Melody, Karen Dalmeny and Tim Hogarth join David Dickinson in Newmarket, Suffolk, where they make cash offers for a selection of unwanted curios and collectibles brought in by members of the public

  • Newmarket

    Dealers Mike Melody, Karen Dalmeny and Tim Hogarth join David Dickinson in Newmarket, where they make cash offers for a selection of unwanted curios and collectibles brought in by members of the public including an ink stand and a silver christening cup

  • Newark 2

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Jo Brayshaw, Mike Melody, Tim Hogarth and Karen Dalmeny in Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A majolica strawberry basket does well in the saleroom

  • Newark

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques experts Tim Hogarth, Karen Dalmeny, Jo Brayshaw and Mike Melody to help members of the public in Newark, Nottinghamshire, sort the treasures from their trash. Items on offer include a Moorcroft jardiniere that catches Karen's eye

  • Melton Mowbray 2

    David Dickinson visits Melton Mowbray in Leicestershire, where antiques experts James Layte, Brenda Haller, Mike Melody and Cheryl Hakeney haggle over their favourite items, and three violins strike the right chord at auction

  • Melton Mowbray 1

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers including Ian Towning, Cheryl Hakeney, James Layte and Tony Geering visit Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, where a rocking horse, a Japanese toy spaceship and a gold bracelet are among the items brought in to be valued by members of the public, who then decide whether to put their treasures up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Melton Mowbray 2

    David Dickinson and the team head to Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, where Cheryl Hakeney tries to bargain with the owner of a silver card case. One seller drives a hard bargain for her collection of Beswick, and James Layte is puzzled by a tin-plated tile

  • Melton Mowbray 4

    David Dickinson and antique dealers Ian Towning, Cheryl Hakeney, James Layte and Tony Geering visit Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, where they drive hard bargains for their favourite items, and a set of family photographs causes a stir

  • Middlesbrough

    David Dickinson is joined by a team of antiques dealers in Middlesbrough, where they offer locals the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A 1930s cocktail watch, an Edward Heath print, a weighty gold bracelet and various vases and goblets catch the experts' attentions

  • Melton Mowbray

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Brenda Haller, Mike Melody, Cheryl Hakeney and James Layte help the public sort the treasures from their trash in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire. The best deal of the day is a Picasso plate bought by Mike for £750

  • Melton Mowbray

    David Dickinson visits Melton Mowbray in Leicestershire to help punters decide whether to accept cash offers from antiques dealers James Layte, Brenda Haller, Cheryl Hakeney and Mike Melody for their collectibles, or take the risk of sending them to auction. An old golf putter makes a good price in the saleroom

  • Matlock 4

    David Dickinson and the team value antiques in Matlock, Derbyshire. Dealers Tim Hogarth, Brenda Haller, James Layte and Tony Geering try hard to purchase their favourite items at bargain prices, and a set of Chinese paintings causes a stir

  • Matlock 3

    David Dickinson and dealers Tim Hogarth, Brenda Haller, James Layte and Tony Geering visit the Peak District town of Matlock to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Among the items uncovered are a pair of silver glove stretchers, a teddy bear and a historical souvenir from York Minster

  • Melton 3

    James Layte, Tony Geering, Cheryl Hakeney and Ian Towning join presenter David Dickinson on a visit to Melton Mowbray, where they haggle over their favourite items, including a set of African prints, a silver mustard pot, and a set of top-secret documents from the Second World War

  • Melton Mowbray

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Brenda Haller, Mike Melody and Cheryl Hakeney visit Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, where members of the public are offered the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A collection of Bob Monkhouse memorabilia fetches a good price

  • Melton Mowbray

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum from the antiques dealers. A collection of violins raises hundreds of pounds in the saleroom

  • Middlesbrough 1

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Middlesbrough, where a collection of postcards found in an air-raid shelter, a gold-handled walking stick, a teddy and diamonds all attract interest. However, the star of the show is a banjo ukulele that goes to auction

  • Middlesbrough 2

    David Dickinson and the team visit Middlesbrough, where they haggle over items brought in by members of the public, including original Doctor Who artwork and an impressive collection of bijouterie, which causes a major stir

  • Nantwich

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Mike Melody, James Layte and Rob Bingham are in Nantwich, Cheshire, where a Thirties tea set makes good money at auction

  • Morecambe 3

    Antiques dealer Cheryl Hakeney values a condiment set with a famous name attached to it in Morecambe, Lancashire. Meanwhile, Alison Chapman surprises the owner of a Japanese vase and a seller causes a riot on Tim Hogarth's table with their selection of gold. Presented by David Dickinson

  • Nantwich

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Mike Melody, James Layte and Rob Bingham visit Nantwich, Cheshire, where a silver trophy is the find of the day

  • Nantwich

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Mike Melody, James Layte and Rob Bingham are in Nantwich, Cheshire, to offer locals the chance of putting their items up for auction or accepting a cash sum. A Della Robbia vase proves to be the find of the day

  • Newark

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Karen Dalmeny, Jo Brayshaw, Mike Melody and Tim Hogarth travel to Newark, Nottinghamshire, to offer members of the public the chance to put collectibles up for auction or accept a cash sum. A pair of damaged vases do well in the saleroom, and the deal of the day is a gold charm bracelet bought by Mike

  • Morecambe 2

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Tim Hogarth, Cheryl and David Hakeney, and Alison Chapman visit Morecambe, Lancashire, where a blunderbuss rumoured to be linked to Captain Kidd washes up in the den, along with an item from a Chinese shipwreck and an impressive inkwell

  • Morecambe 1

    David Dickinson and the team travel to Morecambe, Lancashire, where an exciting perfume bottle turns up for antiques expert Alison Chapman to examine. Dealer Tim Hogarth is put through his paces with a seller, and the presenter is also joined by David Hakeney and his daughter Cheryl

  • Middlesbrough 3

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Middlesbrough, where they haggle over items including a musical jug, a signed photo and comic-book illustrations. One woman has to decide whether to accept the huge offer she receives for her father's silver collection or take a gamble at auction

  • Monmouth

    David Dickinson joins regulars Karen Dalmeny, Michael Hogben and David Tupman in Monmouth, South Wales, where locals have the chance to sell their items for auction or accept a cash sum. A rare Georgian doll fetches a good price today

  • Monmouth

    David Dickinson joins regulars Karen Dalmeny, Michael Hogben and David Tupman in Monmouth, South Wales, where locals have the chance to sell their items at auction or accept a cash sum. A diamond and sapphire ring fetches a good price today

  • Monmouth 2

    David Dickinson joins antiques dealers Karen Dalmeny, Michael Hogben and David Tupman in Monmouth, South Wales, where locals have the chance to sell their items at auction or accept a cash sum. Karen pays good money for some gold sovereigns

  • Scarborough

    David Dickinson and dealers Ian Towning, Michael Hogben and Paul Hawtrey hope to track down antiques in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, where an art deco clock is the star lot

  • Scarborough 1

    David Dickinson visits the seaside town of Scarborough, North Yorkshire, as dealers Ian Towning, Michael Hogben and Paul Hawtrey help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash and make cash from selling the artefacts to the experts

  • Wigan

    David Dickinson is joined by Ian Towning, Mike Melody, Brenda Haller and Cheryl Brown in Wigan, Greater Manchester, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. The deal of the day is a Victorian sketchbook bought by Mike

  • Wigan

    David Dickinson travels to Wigan, where antiques experts Brenda Haller, Cheryl Brown, Ian Towning and Mike Melody haggle over their favourite items and a Vienna porcelain urn is sold for £600

  • Wigan 2

    David Dickinson is joined by Mike Melody, Brenda Haller, Cheryl Brown and Ian Towning in Wigan, Greater Manchester, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. The deal of the day is an oil painting by James Isherwood

  • Wigan 4

    David Dickinson travels to Wigan, Greater Manchester, where antiques experts Brenda Haller, Cheryl Brown, Ian Towning and Mike Melody haggle over their favourite items brought in by members of the public. The best deal of the day is for a gold watch bought by Ian

  • Wilmslow

    David Dickinson is joined by Cheryl Brown, David Ford and David Hakeney in Wilmslow, Cheshire, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A Lowry print performs well in the saleroom

  • Whitechurch B1

    David Dickinson helps members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Whitechurch B

    A woman from Whitechurch, Shropshire, puts her Parian porcelain collection up for sale, and the pieces immediately attract the attention of Mike Melody. The set is not in perfect condition but she still refuses the dealer's opening offer, setting the scene for a tense round of negotiations

  • Whitchurch

    David Dickinson helps punters in Whitchurch make money by sorting the treasures from the trash. Dealer Brenda Haller picks up a Clarice Cliff pot and Mike Melody offers £200 for a gold charm bracelet that catches his eye

  • Weymouth

    David Dickinson and the team visit Weymouth in Dorset to help members of the public get the best deals possible for their bric-a-brac. A desk set fetches a good price at auction in a lively day's trading

  • Whitchurch A

    David Dickinson travels to Whitchurch in Shropshire to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum from an expert

  • Whitchurch B2

    David Dickinson and the team visit Whitchurch to cast their eyes over more unwanted curios and collectibles. Dealer Mike Melody makes an offer of £85 for some Beswick figures, while Tom Hogarth buys an old carved wooden plaque for £190

  • Whitchurch C

    David Dickinson is joined in the market town of Whitchurch, Shropshire, by dealers Mike Melody, Brenda Haller and Tim Hogarth, who bid for a selection of antiques, curios and collectibles brought in by members of the public

  • Wilmslow

    David Dickinson and regulars Cheryl Brown, David Ford and David Hakeney take the antiques challenge to Wilmslow, Cheshire, where a Lowry print creates plenty of interest as the locals get the chance to sell their items at auction or accept a cash sum

  • Wilmslow 1

    David Dickinson and the experts visit Wilmslow, Cheshire, where they help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Items under consideration include a Victorian board game, a Wedgwood tea set and a puppet of movie star Charlie Chaplin

  • Winchester 2

    David Dickinson and the team travel to Winchester, Hampshire, where a Tonbridgeware box creates plenty of interest as Tim Hogarth, Karen Delmeny and James Layte haggle over the best deals for their favourite antiques in a bid to save them from the auctioneer's hammer

  • Winchester

    David Dickinson and antiques experts Tim Hogarth, Karen Delmeny and James Layte travel to Winchester, Hampshire, to offer locals the opportunity to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. The best deal of the day is a Tonbridgeware box

  • Winchester 3

    David Dickinson and dealers James Layte, Karen Dalmeny and Tim Hogarth travel to Winchester on the hunt for antiques. In this programme two papier-mache boxes do very well at auction

  • Winchester A

    Hard-nosed dealer Mike Melody melts at the sight of Lynette's collection of butterfly drawings and makes a good offer - but is promptly turned down. The team watch in disbelief and are shocked by what happens when the drawings go under the hammer. David Dickinson presents

  • Winchester B

    A Winchester woman hopes to sell a pair of Moorcroft vases, and Real Dealer Ian tries to make a deal to take them off her hands, but David Dickinson advises her to take them to auction. However the discovery of some damage to the items threatens to put potential buyers off

  • Winchester

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Jo Brayshaw, Simon Schneider and Stewart Hofgartner are in Winchester, Hampshire, where locals have the chance to sell their items at auction or accept a cash sum. The day's biggest deal is an aquamarine ring bought by one of the experts for £800

  • Winchester

    David Dickinson and the team help members of the public in Winchester, Hampshire, sort the treasures from their trash. Antiques experts Jo Brayshaw, Simon Schneider and Stewart Hofgartner haggle over their favourite items, and Crimean War medals prove popular when they go under the hammer

  • Wilmslow 2, Cheshire

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Wilmslow, Cheshire, sort the treasures from their trash while antiques dealers David Hakeney, Cheryl Brown and David Ford try to tempt them to part with their collectibles for cash. A collection of Beatrix Potter animals makes a good price at auction

  • Wilmslow 1, Cheshire

    David Dickinson joins antiques experts David Ford, David Hakeney and Cheryl Brown in Wilmslow, Cheshire, where two Indian bangles are among the best deals of the day

  • Wilmslow 3

    David Dickinson and the team arrive in Wilmslow, Cheshire, to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Among the items catching the eyes of expert antiques dealers Tony Geering, Jo Brayshaw, Corrie Jeffrey and Mark Stevens are a giant decanter of chianti, a Pat Cooke watercolour, and a gold pocket watch with an intriguing past

  • Winchester

    David Dickinson and the team travel to Winchester, where a leech jar creates plenty of interest as Karen Dalmeny, James Layte and Tim Hogarth haggle over the best deals for their favourite antiques in a bid to save them from the auctioneer's hammer

  • Winchester

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Winchester, Hampshire, sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum from dealers Stewart Hofgartner, Jo Brayshaw and Simon Schneider. The day's best buy is a pair of Staffordshire lions valued at £700

  • Weymouth

    David Dickinson visits Weymouth, Dorset, where antiques experts Stewart Hofgartner, David Ford and Karen Dalmeny offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A Japanese photo album makes good money in the saleroom

  • Weston-super-Mare

    David Dickinson is joined by David Ford, Stewart Hofgartner, Cheryl Brown and Brenda Haller in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A gilt brass mantel clock fetches a good price in the saleroom

  • Warrington 4

    David Dickinson and the team visit Warrington, Cheshire, where dealers Ian Towning, Brenda Haller, Helen Gardiner and Tim Hogarth examine a variety of objects, including a Royal Doulton figurine that causes a stir

  • Warrington 3

    David Dickinson and the team visit Warrington, Cheshire, where they examine a variety of objects including an Indian silver cigarette case, a Clarice Cliff jug and a Great War medal collection, which dealer Helen Gardiner has mixed feelings about. Plus, Brenda Haller discovers she may have undervalued a set of toy cars

  • Watford

    David Dickinson joins antiques dealers Ian Towning, Alison Chapman and David Ford in Watford, Hertfordshire, to help members of the public sort their treasures from the trash. A Whitefriars glass item attracts a lot of attention at auction

  • Watford

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers David Ford, Ian Towning and Alison Chapman travel to Watford in Hertfordshire to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Some Winston Churchill memorabilia makes big money in the saleroom

  • Watford

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers David Ford, Ian Towning and Alison Chapman travel to Watford in Hertfordshire to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. An Indian wood carving does well in the saleroom

  • Warrington 2

    David Dickinson and the team visit Warrington, Cheshire, where items of interest include a gold Longines watch, a silver Boer War campaign medal and a Pilkington vase. Ian Towning assesses a 1970s diamond and sapphire ring

  • Warrington 1

    In Warrington, Tim Hogarth has his work cut out with the feisty owner of a gold bracelet, and Helen Gardiner tries to buy a limited edition set of billiards cards. Meanwhile, a young seller demands a high price for her grandmother's silver tea set. Presented by David Dickinson

  • Walsall 3

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Walsall, West Midlands, sort the treasures from their trash. Ian Towning takes a shine to an antique accordion, and David Ford enters a bidding war over a Moorcroft vase

  • Walsall 2

    David Dickinson visits the West Midlands town of Walsall, where Ian Towning haggles over a decorative silver decanter, and the owner of a valuable collection of boxing memorabilia has to decide whether to accept a cash sum or take the items to auction

  • Walsall 4

    David Dickinson is joined by a team of antiques dealers in the West Midlands town of Walsall to appraise collectibles and heirlooms brought along by members of the public. Some jewellery gets Ian Towning's approval and there is a shock in store for one of the experts in the auction room

  • Warrington

    A Warrington woman brings in a netsuke and a watch and chain to show dealer Stuart Hofgartner. His associate Don Allison claims the Japanese sculpture and the watch are worthless, and thinks the real value may be in the chain. Seller Pauline must decide whether to accept his offer of £120 or take the item to auction

  • Warrington

    A Warrington family stand to make a tidy sum when a skeleton clock that has been at the bottom of a wardrobe for 30 years is revealed to be worth a small fortune. Mum Susan and her daughter Clare must decide whether to accept the cash being offered to them by Real Dealer Rob Bingham or risk putting it up for auction

  • Watford 2

    David Dickinson and the team are in Watford, Hertfordshire, where dealers David Ford, Ian Towning and Alison Chapman meet the locals in the hope of finding some antiques of interest. Winston Churchill memorabilia makes big money at auction

  • Watford 3

    David Dickinson and his team visit Watford, Hertfordshire, where they offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Ian Towning is excited by a famous name from the world of fashion, Alison Chapman looks at a selection of toys, and Henry Nicholls makes an offer on a nautical find

  • Welwyn Garden City 4

    David Dickinson and antique dealers Janice Kehoe, Ian Towning, Corrie Jeffrey and Stuart Hofgartner head to Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, where a stunning bronze lizard by Bergman causes a stir

  • Welwyn Garden City 3

    David Dickinson and his team head to Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, where an Edwardian toilet could prove to be the deal of the day for antiques expert Stuart Hofgartner. Other items of interest include ivory netsukes, a collection of Beatrix Potter figures and a pair of candlesticks that once belonged to actress Diana Dors

  • Weston-super-Mare

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques experts David Ford, Cheryl Brown, Stewart Hofgartner and Brenda Haller in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. The best deal of the day is a perfume bottle bought by Stewart

  • Weston-super-Mare

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum from antiques dealers Stewart Hofgartner, Brenda Haller, David Ford and Cheryl Brown. An old necklace and earrings fetch a good price in the saleroom

  • Weston-super-Mare

    David Dickinson visits Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, to help members of the public decide whether to accept cash offers from the dealers for their treasures, or risk sending them to auction. A brass clock raises a good sum for a worthwhile cause and a tiny perfume bottle changes hands for a surprising amount

  • Welwyn Garden City 2

    David Dickinson visits Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, where members of the public bring in items including an unusual letter opener, a collection of flying helmets and a gentleman's vanity set for inspection by the antique experts - and decide whether they want to take a cash sum or try their luck at auction

  • Wells, Somerset

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Wells, Somerset, sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum from dealers Ian Towning, Michael Hogben and Alison Chapman. Silver candlesticks provide the sale of the day

  • Watford 4

    David Dickinson and his team visit Watford, Hertfordshire, where they offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Alison Chapman is excited to see a piece by Jaeger-LeCoultre, a famous name in the world of timekeeping, Henry Nicholls tries to prevent a tea service set from going to auction, and Ian Towning talks flying fish

  • Wells 2

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Wells, Somerset, sort the treasures from their trash. Antiques experts Michael Hogben, Ian Towning and Alison Chapman haggle over the best deals for their favourite items, and a silver salver proves popular in the auction room

  • Wells, Somerset

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Ian Towning, Michael Hogben and Alison Chapman help members of the public in Wells, Somerset, sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A George II silver basket makes more than £4,000 at auction

  • Wells, Somerset

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Wells, Somerset, sort the treasures from their trash, and antiques dealers Ian Towning, Michael Hogben and Alison Chapman try to tempt the punters with cash offers. A set of silver candlesticks makes good money at auction

  • Windsor

    David Dickinson travels to Windsor, Berkshire, to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Karen Dalmeny, David Ford and Simon Schneider haggle over the best deals for the locals' antiques, while examples of prison art go under the hammer and take the auction room by storm

  • Windsor

    David Dickinson travels to Windsor to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Karen Dalmeny, David Ford and Simon Schneider haggle over the best deals for the locals' antiques, and a bronze statue fetches a good price at auction

  • Wootton Bassett 3

    David Dickinson and the team of antiques dealers head to Royal Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire, where a Chinese vase and a Worcester jug are among items of interest put forward by the sellers

  • Wootton Bassett 2

    David Dickinson and a team of dealers are in Royal Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire, to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. A Rolex watch and an unusual leather jug catch the experts' attention

  • Wootton Bassett 3: Royal Show

    In the second of a week of programmes celebrating the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, David Dickinson and the team visit Royal Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire, where the mayor brings along the town's royal charter and a young member of the public gives dealer Simon Schneider a run for his money

  • Wootton Bassett 4: Royal Show

    The team concludes a week celebrating the Queen's Diamond Jubilee with a return visit to Royal Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire. Conservative peer Michael Ashcroft brings along his world-famous collection of Victoria Crosses and a Charles I medal causes a stir in the saleroom

  • Worksop 1

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques experts Tim Hogarth, Cheryl Hakeney, Ian Towning and David Ford on a visit to Worksop, Nottinghamshire, offering members of the public the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Pieces attracting the team's attention on this occasion include a tobacco jar and an object that remarkably resembles its owner

  • Wootton Bassett 1

    David Dickinson and dealers Helen Gardiner, Karen Dalmeny, Simon Schneider and Tim Hogarth search for antique bargains in Royal Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire

  • Wood Green 4

    David Dickinson travels to Wood Green, north London, to help members of the public take on antiques dealers Mark Stevens, Ian Towning, Jan Keyne and David Forde. A gold pocket watch and Albert chain cause plenty of excitement

  • Wolverhampton B

    David Dickinson and the team are in Wolverhampton, where dealer Alistair Lamont is tempted to make an offer for a visitor's Beswick hunting scene

  • Wolverhampton 4

    Wolverhampton's public brings its antiques to be valued by experts David Tupman, Karen Dalmeny, Stewart Hofgartner and Debbie Serpell, with a Ruskin vase, some Royal Worcester plates and some jewellery among some of the more eye-catching items. Presented by David Dickinson

  • Wolverhampton Generic

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Wolverhampton sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum from his team of antiques dealers

  • Wood Green 1

    David Dickinson and the team arrive in Wood Green, north London, to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Among the items catching the eyes of expert antiques dealers Jan Keyne, David Ford, Ian Towning and Mark Stevens are an Atlas clock, some Crown Derby cutlery and a large amount of gold

  • Wood Green 3

    David Dickinson and dealers Mark Stevens, Ian Towning, Jan Keyne and David Ford head to Wood Green in north London to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Among the items brought in are a Della Robbia vase, a flintlock pistol and a Bakelite handbag

  • Worksop 2

    David Dickinson and the team value antiques in Worksop, Nottinghamshire. Dealer Tim Hogarth demonstrates his passion for anything Scottish when a dirk - a type of dagger - is brought to his table. Meanwhile, a clockwork train makes David Ford reminisce about his youth

  • Worksop 3

    David Dickinson and the team visit Worksop in Nottinghamshire, where Cheryl Hakeney has a battle on her hands with a feisty seller over some football programmes. David Ford and Tim Hogarth are also on the lookout for a bargain or two, and the Duke has to twist Ian Towning's arm for some more money

  • Wrexham 2

    David Dickinson heads to Wrexham, where the locals are out in force. Alison Chapman goes head to head with seller David Jones and his collectable advertising figures. David Tupman also takes a punt on an Oriental archers ring, but will he put enough cash on the table to keep the seller away from the saleroom?

  • Wrexham 1

    David Dickinson and his team pay a visit to Wrexham in north Wales, where an unusual collectable finds its way into the hands of Karen Dalmeny and David Tupman is presented with a silver hunting horn

  • Wrexham 3

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Wrexham, where they offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. Highlights include two pieces of music memorabilia - a shirt made for Elvis Presley and a signed photograph of the Spice Girls

  • Wrexham 4

    David Dickinson and his team of dealers pay a visit to Wrexham in north Wales, where a gruesome gadget is among the items valued by David Tupman, and a seller pushes his luck with Alison Chapman

  • Wrexham A

    David Dickinson is joined in Wrexham, North Wales, by dealers Mike Melody, David Ford and Stewart Hofgartner, who value a selection of antiques, collectibles and curios brought along for appraisal by members of the public

  • Wrexham

    David Dickinson and the team visit Wrexham in North Wales, where a woman hopes to stir up some interest with her Oxo cube. China cats and charm bracelets also come under scrutiny as members of the public decide whether to accept the dealers' offers or take their items to the auction room

  • Wrexham

    David Dickinson and the antiques experts are in Wrexham, North Wales, to help people sort the treasures from their trash. Mike Melody gets a run for his money when he makes a bid on a Mickey Mouse figure, and a woman brings along her husband's football autograph book - hoping to strike lucky with a handsome offer

  • Worthing

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Ian Towning, Karen Dalmeny and Stewart Hofgartner hope to unearth a few treasures in Worthing, where one of the best deals is a Louis Vitton jewellery box bought for £400

  • Worksop 4

    The team heads to Worksop in Nottinghamshire, where Tim Hogarth is impressed by an unusual lard dish, Cheryl Hakeney attracts an admirer, and David Ford and Ian Towning pay over the odds for their collectibles

  • Worthing

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Ian Towning, Karen Dalmeny and Stewart Hofgartner in Worthing, West Sussex, to help the locals sort their treasures from the trash. Ian picks up the star buy when a Louis Vuitton jewellery box fetches £400 at auction

  • Worthing

    David Dickinson joins antiques experts Karen Dalmeny, Stewart Hofgartner and Ian Towning in Worthing, West Sussex, to provide locals with the option of auctioning off their collectibles or accepting a cash sum. The star lot today is an oil painting that was found in an old house

  • Wrexham

    Dapper dealer David Ford sets his sights on some fine pieces of silver in Wrexham - but even though the cruet set was bought from a car-boot sale, it doesn't come cheap. David Dickinson presents

  • Wolverhampton 3

    Members of the public bring in their antiques to be valued by a team of experts including David Tupman and Karen Dalmeny, with a book about the Titanic and a cavalry sword among the items brought in

  • Wolverhampton 2

    David Dickinson and the team visit Wolverhampton, where a music box arrives for David Tupman to value, and letters from former prime ministers Edward Heath and Harold Macmillan land on Stewart Hofgartner's table. David is also joined by Debbie Serpell and Karen Dalmeny, who haggle over their favourite items

  • Winsford 1

    David Dickinson and the team head to Winsford, Cheshire, to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Antiques dealers Henry Nicholls, Mark Stevens and Henry Ford cast their eyes over a flintlock pistol, an unusual scientific instrument and a much-loved Schuco toy

  • Winsford 1

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Winsford, Cheshire, sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum from antiques dealers Stewart Hofgartner, Alison Chapman, Michael Hogben and Brenda Haller. A restored French boule clock makes a good price in the saleroom

  • Winsford 2

    David Dickinson and experts David Ford, Henry Nicholls and Helen Gardiner head to Winsford, Cheshire, to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. This time it is an antique amputation kit that grabs the dealers' attention

  • Winsford 3

    David Dickinson and the team head to Winsford, Cheshire, to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Antiques dealers Helen Gardiner, Henry Nicholls and David Ford cast their eyes over two rare German toys, a retro plane and a watercolour painting by a renowned artist

  • Winsford, Cheshire

    David Dickinson and antiques experts Michael Hogben, Brenda Haller, Stewart Hofgartner and Alison Chapman visit Winsford in Cheshire, where a Chanel watch proves to be the deal of the day

  • Winsford

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Stewart Hofgartner, Alison Chapman, Michael Hogben and Brenda Haller visit Winsford, Cheshire, where members of the public are offered the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. The best deal of the day is a silver tankard bought by Stewart

  • Windsor 4

    The team heads to Windsor, Berkshire, where Michael Hogben is excited by antiques of the future, but Ian Towning is not impressed when he is presented with stainless steel. David Dickinson hosts

  • Windsor 2: Royal Show

    Another chance to see David Dickinson and the team continue their celebration of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee with a return visit to Windsor, where dealer Alison Chapman is particularly taken with a pair of Venetian watercolours

  • Windsor 1: Royal Show

    In the first of a week of programmes celebrating the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, David Dickinson and the team visit Royal Windsor, where a replica coronation coach is among the items appraised by dealer Alison Chapman

  • Windsor 3

    David Dickinson helps members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Windsor 3

    David Dickinson travels to Windsor to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Karen Dalmeny and David Ford haggle over the best deals for the locals' antiques, while Simon Schneider snaps up a pair of Stanley Spencer drawings

  • Windsor 3

    David Dickinson heads to Windsor, Berkshire, to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Expert Michael Hogben examines pistols, Alison Chapman reminisces about ice-cream in Italy and Ian Towning catches a glimpse of some diamonds

  • Witney

    David Dickinson and the team visit Witney in Oxfordshire, where they haggle over their favourite items brought in by members of the public, including a collection of silver coins and a jade sceptre

  • Witney 1

    David Dickinson and his team of antiques dealers head to Witney, near Oxford, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Simon Schneider buys a smoker's cabinet and an alabaster clock goes under the hammer

  • Wolverhampton

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Wolverhampton sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Dealers Brenda Haller, Simon Schneider, Michael Hogben and Cheryl Hakeney try to tempt the punters with cash offers, and a Beswick horsewoman makes a good price at auction

  • Wolverhampton

    David Dickinson visits Wolverhampton, where he offers members of the public the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum from antiques dealers Brenda Haller, Simon Schneider, Michael Hogben and Cheryl Hakeney. A silver-plated table decoration fetches a good price in the saleroom

  • Wolverhampton

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Wolverhampton sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum from antiques dealers Simon Schneider, Brenda Haller, Michael Hogben and Cheryl Hakeney. A Banksy print fetches a good price in the saleroom

  • Wolverhampton 1

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Wolverhampton sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum from the dealers. Mike Hogben spots a Steiff leopard, and a Banksy print fetches a good price at auction

  • Wolverhampton 1

    Members of the public bring in their antiques to be valued by a team of experts including Debbie Serpell and Karen Dalmeny, and some Royal Doulton Figurines and a lava lamp are among the items presented for inspection. Hosted by David Dickinson, with Stewart Hofgartner and David Tupman

  • Wolverhampton

    David Dickinson is joined by Michael Hogben, Simon Schneider, Cheryl Hakeney and Brenda Haller in Wolverhampton to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A pearlware figure does well in the saleroom

  • Wolverhampton

    David Dickinson joins antiques experts James Layte, Cheryl Hakeney and David Ford in Wolverhampton to provide locals with the option of auctioning off their collectibles or accepting a cash sum. The star lot today is a silver cow creamer that sells for more than £600

  • Witney 2

    David Dickinson and the team visit Witney in Oxfordshire, where they haggle over their favourite items, and an autograph book containing Richard Burton and Gracie Fields' signatures causes a stir

  • Witney 3

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers are in Witney, near Oxford, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. James Layte appraises a vintage sewing machine, and a train-ticket vesta case steals the show when it goes to auction

  • Wolverhampton

    Dealers Clive Attrell, Cheryl Hakeney and Brenda Haller visit Wolverhampton, where they appraise a selection of items brought along by the general public, including a diamond ring, a drum major's baton and three toby jugs. Presented by David Dickinson

  • Wolverhampton

    David Dickinson and experts David Ford, James Layte and Cheryl Hakeney take the antiques challenge to Wolverhampton, where they offer locals the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. James provides a highlight when he buys a pair of gout stools for just under £1,000

  • Walsall 1

    David Dickinson and the team help members of the public in Walsall, West Midlands, sort the treasures from their trash. An oil painting with a link to a well-known local name is unearthed, and David Ford is enthused by a collection of inherited family silver

  • Walsall

    David Dickinson is joined by Mike Melody, Cheryl Brown and Ian Towning in the West Midlands town of Walsall to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Beswick horses make big money when they go under the hammer

  • Southport A1

    David Dickinson helps members of the public make money by sorting the treasures from their trash in Southport, where dealer Clive Attrell offers £500 for a pair of candlesticks, only to see them go for £700 at auction

  • Southport 3

    David Dickinson travels to Southport, Merseyside, along with antiques dealers Stewart Hofgartner, David Ford and Alison Chapman to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. A pair of Nuremburg spectacles prove the best deal of the day

  • Southport B

    David Dickinson and the team visit Southport, where a Whitefriars vase is among the items brought along for appraisal by members of the public. Bought cheaply at a jumble sale, it soon attracts a cash offer from one of the dealers - but the vendor is no pushover and holds out for a good price

  • Southport B1

    David Dickinson is joined in Southport, Merseyside, by antiques dealers Clive Attrell, David Ford and Brenda Haller, who appraise a selection of curios and collectibles brought along by members of the public

  • Southport C

    An attractive ring catches the attention of dealers Clive Attrell and Brenda Haller when the Duke and his team of antique experts visit Southport, and the pair go into competition as they bid to snap the item up

  • Southport 2

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Southport, Merseyside, sort the treasures from their trash. Antiques dealers Tim Hogarth, David Ford and Cheryl Brown tempt the locals with cash offers and an old oil painting changes hands for £1,000

  • Southport

    David Dickinson joins dealers David Ford, Cheryl Brown and Mike Melody in Southport, Merseyside, to offer members of the public the chance to sort the treasures from the trash. Among the best buys is a pair of oil paintings for £800

  • Southport

    Beswick figures make good money as David Dickinson helps members of the public sort the treasures from their trash in Southport, Merseyside. Antiques dealers Cheryl Brown, David Ford and Tim Hogarth are on hand to tempt the punters to part with their collectibles for hard cash

  • Southport

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Southport sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum from antiques dealers David Ford, Alison Chapman and Stewart Hofgartner. A baby grand piano belonging to a member of the Searchers pop group makes a good price at auction

  • Southport

    David Dickinson visits Southport in Merseyside, where antiques experts David Ford, Tim Hogarth and Cheryl Brown haggle over their favourite items, and some Beswick figures do well when they go under the hammer

  • Southport

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques experts Cheryl Brown, David Ford and Mike Melody in Southport, Merseyside, to offer locals the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Mike tracks down the best deal of the day when he buys a watercolour painting for £500

  • Southport

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Mike Melody, Cheryl Brown and David Ford are on the hunt for items of interest in Southport, Merseyside, where one of the highlights is a diamond ring bought for £2,600

  • Southport C2

    The team are in Southport, once again inspecting local antiques to sort the treasure from the trash. Dealer David Ford buys a Chinese vase for £240 and then goes on to purchase a tankard for £160. David Dickinson presents

  • St Albans 1

    David Dickinson and the team head to St Albans, Hertfordshire, to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Ian Towning examines a retro clock, Karen Dalmeny loses her patience over a stereoscope, and Simon Schneider is surprised when he discovers an object that reminds him of home

  • Stamford 2

    Experts Henry Nicholls, Jan Keyne, Michael Hogben and David Tupman join host David Dickinson in Stamford, Lincolnshire, where items include a folk art stool and an African spear. Jan spots some Korean medals and contemplates whether she should allow them to go to auction or make a fair offer

  • Stamford 1

    David Dickinson and the team visit Stamford in Lincolnshire, where they appraise a tiny bear and an unusual cavalry sword, which takes everyone by surprise. With Jan Keyne, Michael Hogben, David Tupman and Henry Nicholls

  • Stamford 3

    David Dickinson and the team value antiques in Stamford, Lincolnshire, where two sisters give dealer David Tupman a run for his money. Meanwhile, expert Henry Nicholls tries to purchase a diamond ring, but the owner considers taking it to auction

  • Stamford 4

    David Dickinson and the team head to Stamford in Lincolnshire. Michael Hogben is left stunned when a seller questions his generosity, and another fulfils her grandmother's last wishes by coming on the show. Experts Henry Nicholls and Jan Keyne are also in attendance

  • Stevenage

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum from antiques dealers Karen Dalmeny, Jo Brayshaw, Ian Towning and Tim Hogarth. A pair of Royal Doulton speaker covers and a postcard album are among the day's best finds

  • St Helens 4

    David Dickinson and his team of antiques dealers head to St Helens, Lancashire, where items include a Coronation doll, a Lowry painting and an ancient dagger. However, it's a gold-topped walking cane that causes the biggest surprise of the day

  • St Helens 3

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Debbie Serpell, Stuart Hofgartner, Brenda Haller and Mark Stevens travel to St Helens in Merseyside, where they are excited to encounter a set of Beatles autographs

  • St Albans 3

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in St Albans, Hertfordshire, sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Simon Schneider learns about Mughal jewellery, Ian Towning has a date with 'The Green Lady', and Karen Dalmeny tries to get to the bottom of an obscure Victorian stick

  • St Albans 2

    David Dickinson heads to St Albans, Hertfordshire, to help more members of the public to sort the treasures from their trash. Antiques dealers Karen Dalmeny, Ian Towning, Janice Kehoe and Simon Schneider do their best to try to win their favourite items, but it is a collection of vintage car brochures that surpasses all expectations

  • St Albans 4

    David Dickinson and the team head to St Albans, Hertfordshire, where Janice Kehoe's eye is caught by a lamp made by a famous potter, Karen Dalmeny is intrigued by an engraved walking stick and Simon Schneider is tempted by a brass item

  • St Helens 1

    David Dickinson and the team visit St Helens, Merseyside, where Brenda Heller tries to snap up some Doulton figures, Debbie Serpell examines James Bond posters and Mark Stevens encounters what could be a magic deal

  • St Helens 2

    Host David Dickinson and the antiques dealers visit St Helens in Merseyside, where they appraise a Le Mans racing print, a vintage Batman robot toy, and a Victorian souvenir from the Pitcairn Islands brought in by the public. With Brenda Haller, Mark Stevens, Stewart Hofgartner and Debbie Serpell

  • Southport

    David Dickinson visits Southport, Merseyside, where antiques experts David Ford, Alison Chapman and Stewart Hofgartner haggle over their favourite items, and a baby grand piano belonging to the lead singer of the Searchers makes good money

  • Southport

    David Dickinson helps members of the public from Southport sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum from an expert. The dealers haggle for a car mascot, a set of silver cutlery and a piece of Troika pottery

  • Sherborne

    Antiques experts Karen Dalmeny, Mike Melody and Don Allison visit Sherborne, where they hope to persuade the locals to part with their beloved items. Presented by David Dickinson

  • Sherborne

    Sherborne grandmother Jean Cooks puts an earthenware elephant up for sale, in the hope of raising enough cash to visit her daughter in Australia. David Dickinson helps her make the right decision

  • Sherborne A

    Mike Melody tries to persuade the Sherborne-based owner of a collection of Rolling Stones memorabilia to sell to him instead of risking the auction. Plus, a Wedgwood-style cheese dish is valued. Presented by David Dickinson

  • Sherbourne A

    Mike Melody tries to persuade the Sherborne-based owner of a collection of Rolling Stones memorabilia to sell to him instead of risking the auction. Plus, a Wedgwood-style cheese dish is valued. Presented by David Dickinson

  • Shrewsbury

    David Dickinson visits Shrewsbury to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Up for grabs are a melodeon and a much-loved teddy bear

  • Sheffield 2

    David Dickinson and the team visit Sheffield, where they haggle over an assortment of curios, including recycled Second World War battleships, a pair of Victorian busts and a mining engineer's instrument that serves as a reminder of the area's industrial past

  • Sheffield

    David Dickinson and the team visit Sheffield, where they value a handbag once owned by the Queen Mother, while a well-regarded banjo bought at a car-boot sale raises a good sum at auction

  • Scunthorpe 1

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire, where they offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. Simon Schneider marvels over a coconut cup and David Hakeney feels out of his depth with some collectable film memorabilia

  • Scunthorpe

    The team heads to Scunthorpe to offer members of the public the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Alison Chapman is presented with a collection of pocket watches, a propeller lands on Simon Schneider's table and Debbie Serpell delves back in history with some antique books

  • Scunthorpe 3

    David Dickinson and the team head to Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire. Debbie Serpell uncovers a truncheon and a whistle, Simon Schneider faces a dilemma in the form of some art deco plaques, and Alison Chapman encounters a large diamond ring

  • Scunthorpe 4

    David Dickinson and the team head to Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire. Alison Chapman falls in love with some Worcester plates, Debbie Serpell examines an unusual lamp and David Hackney is presented with a large collection of medals

  • Sheffield

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques experts visit Sheffield to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. Among the best finds are a Victorian games compendium, several lengthy Chinese scrolls and a Russian christening ring. Plus, two spoons bought at a car-boot sale for next to nothing generate a healthy profit

  • Shrewsbury

    David Dickinson is joined by David Ford, Cheryl Hakeney, Michael Hogben and Cheryl Brown in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, to offer locals the chance to take their items for auction or accept a cash sum. A piece of Troika pottery proves to be the deal of the day

  • Shrewsbury

    David Dickinson visits Shrewsbury, Shropshire, where he offers members of the public the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum from antiques dealers Michael Hogben, Cheryl Hakeney, David Ford and Cheryl Brown. A gold pocket watch makes good money in the saleroom

  • Slough

    David Dickinson visits Slough, Berkshire, to offer members of the public the chance to put their collectibles up for auction or accept a cash sum from antiques dealers Ian Towning, Jo Brayshaw, Monty English and Cheryl Brown. A gold watch does well in the saleroom

  • Skipton 4

    David Dickinson and the team help members of the public in Skipton, North Yorkshire, sort treasures from their trash. Jo Brayshaw is given a haggling lesson by a woman hoping to raise enough money for her son's birthday present

  • Slough 1

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Slough, Berkshire, sort the treasures from their trash, and antiques dealers Ian Towning, Jo Brayshaw, Cheryl Brown and Monty English hope to tempt them with cash offers. The deal of the day is a marine chronometer that goes to auction

  • Slough 3

    David Dickinson visits Slough in Berkshire to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Antiques experts Ian Towning, Jo Brayshaw, George Baldwin and Cheryl Brown haggle over their favourite items, and an unusual vinaigrette proves popular in the saleroom

  • Slough, Berkshire

    David Dickinson visits Slough in Berkshire to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Antiques experts George Baldwin, Cheryl Brown, Ian Towning and Jo Brayshaw haggle over their favourite items, and a gold cigarette case that once belonged to former prime minister Lloyd George makes decent money at auction

  • Skipton 3

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Henry Nicholls, Cheryl Hakeney, Tony Geering and Jo Brayshaw visit Skipton, North Yorkshire, where a carved shell cameo gets the money rolling in

  • Skipton 2

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers including Henry Nicholls and Tony Geering visit Skipton, North Yorkshire, where a small bronze ornamental mouse and Guinness memorabilia are among the items brought in to be valued by members of the public, who then decide whether to put their treasures up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Shrewsbury 1

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, sort the treasures from their trash, and antiques dealers Michael Hogben, Cheryl Hakeney, David Ford and Cheryl Brown try to tempt them with cash offers. An unusual greyhound portfolio makes a good price at auction

  • Shrewsbury 2

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Shrewsbury sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum from antiques dealers David Ford, Cheryl Brown, Michael Hogben and Cheryl Hakeney. An old gardening book bought at a jumble sale makes a good price in the saleroom

  • Shrewsbury A

    David Dickinson is joined by Mike Melody, Brenda Haller and David Ford in Shrewsbury, where Mike strikes a deal to buy a collection of war medals and promptly puts the items up for auction in the hope of making a quick profit

  • Skipton 1

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Skipton, North Yorkshire, sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Cheryl Hakeney is impressed with an Art Deco bronze figure, while other items brought in are a Cavalier sword and a Royal Doulton Toby jug

  • Stevenage

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, sort the treasures from their trash. Antiques dealers Karen Dalmeny, Tim Hogarth, Jo Brayshaw and Ian Towning haggle over their favourite items, and the deal of the day is a pair of vases bought by Karen

  • Stevenage

    The search for profitable antiques takes David Dickinson to Stevenage, Hertfordshire, where he offers locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. Experts Karen Dalmeny, Tim Hogarth, Jo Brayshaw and Ian Towning haggle over their favourite finds, and the best deal of the day is made on a gold charm bracelet

  • Tatton Park 5

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Tatton Park, Cheshire, sort the treasures from their trash. Items include a collection of crockery, jewellery and ornaments, which ensure the dealers get their cash out to tempt the sellers. Plus, a selection of Coronation Street autographs shows up on James Layte's table

  • Tatton Park 4

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers are at Tatton Park in Cheshire, where they offer locals the chance to put their collectibles and heirlooms up for auction or accept a cash payment. Stewart Hofgartner puts a price on an unusual car mascot, Alison Chapman sets her sights on a painting by 19th-century artist Thomas George Cooper, and a Masonic gold ball fetches a high price in the saleroom

  • Taunton

    A woman in Taunton decides whether to accept a cash offer from dealer Clive for her Galle vase or risk sending it to auction. David Dickinson helps her make the right decision

  • Taunton A

    The team visit Taunton, where David Dickinson is surprised to see dealer Clive Attrell trying to buy a reproduction suit of armour that is riddled with woodworm. It remains to be seen whether the expert has spotted a bargain or if he's just throwing his money away

  • Taunton B

    A woman in Taunton decides whether to accept a cash offer from dealer Clive for her Galle vase or risk sending it to auction. David Dickinson helps her make the right decision

  • Tatton Park 2

    David Dickinson helps members of the public at Tatton Park in Cheshire sort the treasures from their trash. Dealer Stuart Hofgartner is amazed when an antique safe is brought into the saleroom, and Brenda Haller adds to a seller's anniversary fund

  • Tatton Park 1

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers travel to Tatton Park in Cheshire, where they offer locals the chance to take their items to auction or accept a cash payment. Interesting finds include a fruit bowl and a picture of Narcissus, and James Layte is thrilled when a model ship is brought in for valuation

  • Swindon

    David Dickinson is joined by David Ford, Karen Dalmeny, Tim Hogarth and Jo Brayshaw in Swindon, Wiltshire, to offer locals the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Two Wedgwood meat dishes attract attention in the saleroom

  • Stroud

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Clive Attrell, Jo Brayshaw and David Hakeney in Stroud, Gloucestershire, to offer locals the opportunity to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. The best deal of the day is an art deco ring bought by Clive

  • Swindon

    David Dickinson visits Swindon, Wiltshire, where antiques experts Tim Hogarth, Karen Dalmeny, David Ford and Jo Brayshaw haggle over their favourite items, and the best deal of the day is a gold charm bracelet

  • Swindon

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Swindon, Wiltshire, sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum from antiques dealers David Ford, Jo Brayshaw, Tim Hogarth and Karen Dalmeny. An oriental famille rose vase makes a good price in the saleroom

  • Swindon

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Tim Hogarth, Jo Brayshaw, David Ford and Karen Dalmeny in Swindon, Wiltshire, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A collection of Royal Doulton does well in the saleroom

  • Text Santa Christmas Special: Edgbaston 1

    David Dickinson and dealers Karen Dalmeny, Cheryl Hakeney, Ian Towning and Mark Stevens visit Edgbaston in Birmingham for a special Text Santa edition of the show. Items of interest include a diamond-encrusted crucifix and a picture by 19th-century designer William Morris

  • Todmorden

    David Dickinson meets members of the public in Todmorden, West Yorkshire, to assess items of interest. Antiques expert Mike Melody secures a deal for a marble clock, while Ian Towning and Tim Hogarth are also on hand hoping to find a bargain

  • Uttoxeter

    David Dickinson is joined in Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, by dealers Rob Bingham, Cheryl Brown and Tim Hogarth, who attempt to strike a bargain on antiques, curios and collectibles brought along for appraisal by members of the public. A collection of Corgi cars makes big money at auction

  • Uttoxeter

    David Dickinson is joined in Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, by dealers Rob Bingham, Cheryl Brown and Tim Hogarth, who attempt to strike a bargain on antiques, curios and collectibles brought along for appraisal by members of the public. The deal of the day is a silver tea service bought for £1,030

  • Uttoxeter 1

    David Dickinson is joined in Uttoxeter by dealers Rob Bingham, Cheryl Brown and Tim Hogarth, who attempt to strike a bargain on antiques, curios and collectibles brought along for appraisal by members of the public

  • Walsall

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Ian Towning, Cheryl Brown and Mike Melody in the West Midlands town of Walsall, where they persuade locals to part with their items. Ian finds the best deal of the day when he buys a gold charm bracelet

  • Walsall

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques experts Ian Towning, Cheryl Brown and Mike Melody in the West Midlands town of Walsall, where a collection of James Bond first-edition books catches the dealers' eyes and makes its owner a handsome profit

  • Ulverston

    David Dickinson and antiques experts Ian Towning, Brenda Haller and David Hakeney visit Ulverston near the Lake District, where the best deal of the day is a gold charm bracelet bought by Ian for £400

  • Ulverston

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers David Hakeney, Ian Towning and Brenda Haller are on the hunt for items of interest in Ulverston, Cumbria, where a local watercolour makes big money at auction

  • Todmorden

    David Dickinson helps punters in Todmorden, West Yorkshire, sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum from antiques dealers Ian Towning, Mike Melody and Tim Hogarth. A valuable pewter mirror is among the day's big finds

  • Todmorden

    David Dickinson and antiques experts Ian Towning, Mike Melody and Tim Hogarth visit Todmorden, West Yorkshire, to offer locals the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Among the day's highlights is Tim's deal on a pewter mirror

  • Troon A

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Troon sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum from experts Brenda Haller, David Hakeney and Clive Attrell

  • Troon B

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Troon sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum from experts Brenda Haller, David Hakeney and Clive Attrell

  • Troon C

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Troon sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum from experts Brenda Haller, David Hakeney and Clive Attrell

  • Stroud

    David Dickinson and dealers Jo Brayshaw, David Hakeney and Clive Attrell are on the hunt for antiques of interest in Stroud, Gloucestershire. Among the items making money is a diamond ring that sells for more than £1,000 at auction

  • Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire

    David Dickinson and the team visit Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, where Cheryl Hakeney goes head to head with a junior entrepreneur as she tries to close a deal on some silver pill boxes, and David Tupman haggles over a set of collectable Corgi cars

  • Stoke 1

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Michael Hogben, Brenda Haller, David Tupman and Simon Schneider visit Stoke-on-Trent, where a Wedgwood chess set, a crystal ball and nine diamond rings are among the items brought in by members of the public

  • Stockport 4

    Dealers Simon Schneider, Karen Dalmeny, David Hakeney and Brenda Haller head to Stockport in Greater Manchester, where Brenda is desperate to pin down a deal for an antique gold brooch and Karen plays host to a teddy bears' picnic. Meanwhile, Simon cannot believe his luck when a Royal Lancastrian vase lands on his table. Presented by David Dickinson

  • Stoke 2

    David Dickinson is in Stoke-on-Trent, where dealers Michael Hogben and Brenda Haller examine a set of Second World War medals and a silver fruitbowl. Plus, a man drives a hard bargain for his racehorse bronze

  • Stoke 3

    David Dickinson is in Stoke-on-Trent, where dealers Michael Hogben, Brenda Haller and David Tupman inspect an Asprey silver chamberstick, a 1950s Wilson pram and a quirky game die with a view to making a possible purchase. Plus, antiques expert Simon Schneider tries to buy a pair of spelter warriors

  • Stoke 4

    David Dickinson and the team head to Stoke-on-Trent to help members of the public to sort the treasures from their trash. Antiques dealers Michael Hogben, Brenda Haller, David Tupman and Simon Schneider scour the items for bargains before a mysterious pair of black glass jugs spark their interest

  • Stockport 3

    Stockport in the south of Greater Manchester plays host to David Dickinson and his team of dealers. David Hakeney spots a bizarre antique lamp, Simon Schneider forecasts a battle over a barometer and Brenda Haller examines a 1920s football programme

  • Stockport 2

    David Dickinson and the team travel to Stockport, Greater Manchester, to value more antiques. Dealer Brenda Haller looks at a stationery box, while a maritime picture leaves David Hakeney in a world of wonder. Plus, a pocket watch and a set of sovereigns catch people's attention

  • Stockport

    David Dickinson and the team travel to Stockport, Greater Manchester, where the sale of an antique clock and an automaton make a tidy sum as Clive Attrell, Jo Brayshaw and Tim Hogarth haggle over the best deals for their favourite items in a bid to save them from the auctioneer's hammer

  • Stockport

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Stockport sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Manchester United memorabilia does well in the sale

  • Stockport

    David Dickinson helps the people of Stockport, Greater Manchester, find the best deals for their collectibles. A local charity brings in a Meccano set for experts Tim Hogarth, Clive Attrell and Jo Brayshaw to cast their eyes over

  • Stockport 1

    David Dickinson and the team travel to Stockport, Cheshire, where the sale of an antique clock and an automaton make a tidy sum as Clive Attrell, Jo Brayshaw and Tim Hogarth haggle over the best deals for their favourite items in a bid to save them from the auctioneer's hammer

  • Stockport 1

    David Dickinson and antique dealers Karen Dalmeny, Simon Schneider, David Hakeney, and Brenda Haller head to Stockport, Greater Manchester, where a collection of Second World War medals attract a lot of attention

  • Stoke-on-Trent

    Stoke-on-Trent is the setting for today's bargain hunting, with dealers David Ford, Brenda Haller and Ian Downing viewing items including a collection of Royal Doulton dogs. David Dickinson hosts

  • Stoke-on-Trent

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Stoke-on-Trent sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Dealers David Ford, Karen Dalmeny and Simon Schneider are on hand to offer expert advice

  • Stratford-upon-Avon

    Antiques experts James Layte, Ian Towning and Alison Chapman join David Dickinson in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, where they meet the locals and haggle over their favourite items, including a diamond ring

  • Stratford-upon-Avon

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, sort the treasures from their trash, enlisting the help of antiques experts Brenda Heller and David Tupman. Heller finds a selection of 'big boys' toys' and Tupman tries to secure a deal for a grotesque item

  • Stratford-upon-Avon

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, sort the treasures from their trash, while antiques dealers Ian Towning, James Layte and Alison Chapman tempt the locals with hard cash. A ceremonial sword makes good money at auction

  • Stratford-upon-Avon 2

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, sort the treasures from their trash. A diamond ring makes a good price as dealers James Layte, Ian Towning and Alison Chapman look over a selection of items

  • Stratford-upon-Avon 3

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, sort the treasures from their trash. A silver photo frame from a car boot makes a good price and the presenter gets in on the act when a musket powder flask turns up. With experts Cheryl Hakeney and James Layte

  • Stratford-upon-Avon

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Ian Towning, James Layte and Alison Chapman in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, to offer locals the chance to take their items to auction or accept a cash sum. A set of miniature paintings is one of the day's highlights in the saleroom

  • Stourbridge 1

    Antiques dealers Simon Schneider, Stewart Hofgartner and Cheryl Hakeney are in Stourbridge to assess the treasures - and trash - brought in by members of the public and haggle over the best prices for their favourite items. Presented by David Dickinson

  • Stoke-on-Trent A

    The team visit Stoke-on-Trent, where a couple bring in a pencil sketch of what appears to be the family pet. However, the auction proves more popular than expected once dealer David Ford points out the artist's signature - that of Robert Lenkiewicz. David Dickinson presents

  • Stoke-on-Trent B

    David Dickinson and the team visit Stoke-on-Trent, where a collection of Toby jugs fails to put a smile on dealer Karen Dalmeny's face. After failing to secure an offer, the owner tries her luck in the auction room, where the novelty items get the recognition they deserve

  • Stoke-on-Trent C

    David Dickinson and the team visit Stoke-on-Trent to offer locals the chance to take their items to auction or accept a cash sum. A military pith helmet, a Wedgwood urn and two Frank Hider paintings attract interest

  • Stourbridge

    Antiques dealers Simon Schneider, Stewart Hofgartner and Cheryl Hakeney visit Stourbridge in the West Midlands to assess items brought in by members of the public and haggle over the best prices for their favourites. A Gillian Ayres painting makes more than £5,000 at auction today. Presented by David Dickinson

  • Llandudno A2

    David Dickinson helps members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Llandudno A1

    David Dickinson helps members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Cannock

    David Dickinson and antiques experts Brenda Haller, Tim Hogarth, David Ford and Simon Schneider visit Cannock in Staffordshire, where they help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Cambridge A2

    David Dickinson helps members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Cannock

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques experts visit Cannock in Staffordshire, where they offer members of the public the chance to put their collectibles up for auction or accept a cash sum. Items appraised include a miner's tobacco box, a tiny rocking chair and an electric-shock machine

  • Cannock 2

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Cannock, Staffordshire, sort the treasures from their trash, sizing up a mix of desirable antiques and vintage curios. Items on show include a gold football medal that causes a stir in the saleroom

  • Cannock 4

    David Dickinson and the team visit Cannock, Staffordshire, where they offer members of the public the chance to put their collectibles up for auction or accept a cash sum. Items appraised include a collection of ancient Egyptian artefacts and a Majolica centrepiece that is admired by antiques expert David Ford

  • Cambridge A1

    A mother and daughter in Cambridge turn down dealer Ian's offer of £500 for their antique sampler and take the risk of putting it up for auction - with surprising results. David Dickinson presents

  • Cambridge

    Karen Dalmeny deals with her heart rather than her head when she falls for a diamond ring in Cambridge. She wants the item for herself, and makes an offer - but the seller may instead choose to send it to auction. David Dickinson presents

  • Caernarfon, North Wales

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Jo Brayshaw, Simon Schneider and David Tupman to help members of the public in Caernarfon, North Wales, sort the treasures from their trash. The day's most profitable finds include a bronze lion

  • Caernarfon 4

    David Dickinson visits Caernarfon, north Wales, where a seller surprises the experts by knowing the exact valuation amount for her lighter figurine. Plus, Karen Dalmeny examines an interesting Modernist print, and Michael Hogben meets his match when a 90-year-old woman pushes for as much money as she can get

  • Cambridge

    A mother and daughter in Cambridge turn down dealer Ian's offer of £500 for their antique sampler and take the risk of putting it up for auction - with surprising results. David Dickinson presents

  • Cambridge

    The team are in Cambridge once again inspecting local antiques to sort the treasure from the trash. Dealer Ian Towning buys coral jewellery, while Karen Dalmeny pays £280 for a silver condiment set. David Dickinson presents

  • Cambridge

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques experts Ian Towning, Karen Dalmeny and Clive Attrell in Cambridge, where they offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Carlisle

    David Dickinson and the team visit Carlisle to meet members of the public hoping to sort treasures from their trash. They have the option of putting items up for auction or accepting a cash sum

  • Carlisle

    David Dickinson and the team visit Carlisle to help the public sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Cheltenham 2

    David Dickinson is joined by a team of antiques dealers at Cheltenham Racecourse to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. One expert is keen to purchase a Royal Doulton vase before it can go to auction

  • Cheltenham 1

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, sort the treasures from their trash. Items including a wrestling belt and a sovereign ring appear on the dealers' tables

  • Cheltenham 3

    David Dickinson helps members of the public at Cheltenham Racecourse in Gloucestershire sort the treasures from their trash. A Jaeger-LeCoultre watch catches the eye of the host, and a sparkling diamond ring also makes an impression

  • Cheltenham A

    The show visits Cheltenham, where dealer Chris Chandler is excited to discover an erotic bronze by early 20th-century Viennese sculptor Franz Bergman, but David Dickinson encourages the owner to turn down his offer and put the piece up for auction

  • Cheltenham B

    David Dickinson and the team are in Cheltenham, where they offer locals the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Mike Melody bids on a grandfather clock and Chris Chandler is tempted by a carriage clock

  • Carlisle C

    David Dickinson travels to Carlisle, where he helps members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum from an expert. Jo Brayshaw, David Ford and Simon Schneider cast their eyes over the items and prepare to seal some deals

  • Carlisle B

    David Dickinson and the dealers visit Carlisle, where they appraise items brought along by members of the public, including a sampler, a silver gallery tray, and a set of Dinky toys

  • Carlisle 2

    David Dickinson helps the people of Carlisle sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Antiques dealers Debbie Serpell, Helen Gardiner, Stewart Hofgartner and Tim Hogarth try their best to purchase their favourite items, but it's an art deco tea set that really catches the eye

  • Carlisle 1

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Debbie Serpell, Helen Gardiner, Stewart Hofgartner and Tim Hogarth visit Carlisle. Assortments of needlework, jewellery, silver and porcelain are among the items brought in to be valued by members of the public, who then decide whether to put their treasures up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Carlisle 3

    David Dickinson and the team value antiques in Carlisle, Cumbria. A collection of rock 'n' roll autographs attracts plenty of attention, and dealer Helen Gardiner offers serious money for a ceremonial dirk because of her Scottish roots

  • Carlisle 4

    David Dickinson and the dealers travel to Carlisle, Cumbria, to value people's antiques. Helen Gardiner tries to work out the purpose of a huge bronze table piece, and Stewart Hofgartner haggles over an out-of-fashion smoker's cabinet. Plus, Tim Hogarth is bewildered when he is presented with a case of wine

  • Carlisle A

    David Dickinson travels to Carlisle, where he helps members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum from an expert. Jo Brayshaw, David Ford and Simon Schneider cast their eyes over the items and prepare to seal some deals

  • Caernarfon 3

    David Dickinson visits Caernarfon, north Wales, where Simon Schneider thinks he is going to be the dealer of the day when a trophy originally awarded for best chicken lands on his table. An antique toast rack gives Helen Gardiner food for thought, while Michael Hogben is ecstatic to see a Tracey Emin original

  • Caernarfon 2

    David Dickinson visits Caernarfon, north Wales, where Michael Hogben is accused of being stingy by an unhappy lady, and Karen Dalmeny deals with a feisty girl with a sword. In the auction room, there's a shock in store when an item goes under the hammer and raises an extraordinary amount of money

  • Burton upon Trent

    David Dickinson visits the historic town of Burton upon Trent with dealers Karen Dalmenby, James Layte and Simon Schneider. The objects they peruse include a Moorcroft vase and a diamond ring

  • Burton-on-Trent 2

    David Dickinson and the team are in Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, where Alison Chapman casts an expert eye over some old Pirelli calendars and Tim Hogarth is presented with one of his favourite types of items

  • Burton upon Trent

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers David and Cheryl Hakeney and James Layte in Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire. The purchase of a gold bracelet proves to be the best deal of the day as the team offers members of the public the chance to sort the treasures from their trash

  • Burton upon Trent

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers David and Cheryl Hakeney and James Layte in Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, where locals have the chance to sell their items for auction or accept a cash sum. Diamond ear-studs make good money in the saleroom

  • Burton upon Trent 1

    David Dickinson and the team value antiques in Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, including a Victorian amber bracelet, a Moorcroft vase and a blunderbuss. Plus, a bronze pheasant causes excitement when it lands on dealer Tim Hogarth's table

  • Burton-on-Trent

    David Dickinson travels to Burton-on-Trent in Staffordshire to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Antiques dealers James Layte and David and Cheryl Hakeney offer them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum, and some war diaries make big money when they go under the hammer

  • Burton C

    David Dickinson and the team visit Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, where a diamond ring brought along by a member of the public is the subject of an offer from dealer Simon Schneider, but the owner decides to take a chance at auction. Expert Karen Dalmeny pays good money for a Moorcroft vase and decides to put it up for sale to see what profit she can make

  • Burgess Hill

    David Dickinson and antiques experts Karen Dalmeny, David Ford and Clive Attrell visit Burgess Hill, West Sussex, to offer members of the public the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Karen buys a stuffed miniature dog for £550

  • Bristol Cathedral

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Tim Hogarth, Mike Melody and Cheryl Hakeney are at Bristol Cathedral, where they offer locals the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Mike provides a highlight when he buys a selection of gold jewellery

  • Burgess Hill

    David Dickinson and antiques experts Karen Dalmeny, David Ford and Clive Attrell visit Burgess Hill, West Sussex. A slate garniture catches one of the dealer's eyes as the team offers members of the public the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Burton

    David Dickinson helps members of the public make money from their antiques and heirlooms in Burton-upon-Trent as Second World War memorabilia, political cartoons and a collection of whiskey jars are brought in for sale

  • Burton

    The team visit Burton-upon-Trent, where dealer Simon Schneider attempts to buy a biscuit barrel - but its owner doesn't give it up without a fight. Meanwhile, a couple debate whether to sell their candlesticks to Karen Dalmeny. Presented by David Dickinson

  • Burton upon Trent 3

    David Dickinson and his team of antiques dealers search for hidden treasures in Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire. A marine painting gets the attention of the experts, along with some risque postcards and a silver-plate biscuit tin

  • Bury 1

    David Tupman, Corrie Jeffreys, Cheryl Hakeney and Ian Towning accompany David Dickinson to Bury, Greater Manchester, where they cast their eyes over a selection of antiques submitted for assessment by members of the public

  • Buxton 3

    David Dickinson and the team visit Buxton, Derbyshire, where they haggle over their favourite items, including a Chinese bronze trough, an antique fire service helmet, a coral and diamond necklace, and a stool

  • Buxton 2

    The dealer heads to Buxton in Derbyshire, where unusual collectibles ranging from racing pigeon clocks to a Roald Dahl book signed by the cast of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory cause excitement in the saleroom. The bidders are also attracted to some rare tribal clubs and cassocks

  • Caernarfon

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Simon Schneider, Jo Brayshaw and new expert David Tumpan in Caernarfon, North Wales, as members of the public make money by putting items up for auction or accepting a cash sum. An 18th-century glass proves a highlight in the sale room

  • Caernarfon

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Jo Brayshaw, Simon Schneider and David Tupman visit Caernarfon, North Wales, to help the locals sort their treasures from the trash. Some Victorian letter seals prove one of the highlights of the day when they are taken to auction

  • Caernarfon 1

    David Dickinson visits Caernarfon, north Wales, where a 90-year-old lady pushes Karen Dalmeny to her limits, while David and Michael Hogben are in an all-singing, all-dancing mood when some bowler hats turn up. Meanwhile, Simon Schneider is tempted by a gold bracelet

  • Buxton 1

    David Dickinson and the team visit Buxton, Derbyshire, where they haggle over their favourite items, including a mantle clock that has been hidden in a drawer for 50 years, an unusual porcelain toilet and a collection of football programmes

  • Buxton

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Buxton in Derbyshire to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. A book signed by Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor proves popular in the saleroom, and a silver crumb tray found in a cellar also attracts attention

  • Bury 3

    David Dickinson visits Bury, Greater Manchester, where the antiques dealers haggle over their favourite items as they offer members of the public the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Bury 2

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Cheryl Hakeney, Corrie Jeffrey, David Tupman and Ian Towning visit Bury, Greater Manchester, where members of the public are offered the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Bury 4

    David Dickinson hosts today's show from Bury, Greater Manchester, where Cheryl Hakeney, Corrie Jeffrey, David Tupman and Ian Towning haggle over their favourite items as they help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash

  • Buxton

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Buxton, Derbyshire, sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Buxton

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Michael Hogben, Corrie Jeffrey, Karen Dalmeny and Ian Towning in Buxton, Derbyshire, where they offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment

  • Cheltenham C

    Tension mounts when Mike Melody makes a paltry offer of £400 for a painting by Richard Lipps, but David Dickinson urges the owners to put it up for auction in Cheltenham

  • Chepstow

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers are in Chepstow, Monmouthshire, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. Michael Hogben bids on a large road atlas and Mike Melody spots some collectable pottery figures made by an up-and-coming Italian designer

  • Cleckheaton, West Yorkshire

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Cleckheaton, West Yorkshire, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. A diamond attracts the attention of expert Cheryl Hakeney and a neglected mouth organ goes up for sale

  • Cleckheaton 2

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Cleckheaton, West Yorkshire, where a 1950s Woolworths dinner set fetches a good price and holiday souvenirs raise more than £200 at auction

  • Cleethorpes 1

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire, sort the treasures from the trash. Items on the dealers' table include Beatles memorabilia and recently discovered Victorian photographs, while a pair of small continental lions cause a stir in the saleroom

  • Cleethorpes 2

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire, sort the treasures from their trash. Items include an unusual Wedgwood vase that catches the eye of one of the dealers, while David looks at a collection of memorabilia from the Butlins holiday camp in Skegness

  • Cleethorpes 3

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Cleethorpes, north-east Lincolnshire, sort the treasures from their trash. Items including salad servers, plates and teapots catch the dealers' eyes, while an after-dinner coffee pot becomes the star of the day's antique banquet

  • Cleckheaton

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Cleckheaton, West Yorkshire, sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Items include an 18th-century inkwell and a collection of gold

  • Cleckheaton

    David Dickinson visits Cleckheaton in West Yorkshire, where he and Stewart Hofgartner enthuse over a pair of Royal Doulton vases, and Alison Chapman sets her sights on jewellery that a woman is selling on her husband's behalf

  • Chippenham 1

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Chippenham, Wiltshire, decide whether to accept cash deals from antiques experts Ian Towning, Karen Dalmeny, Simon Schneider and Cheryl Brown or take a risk in the saleroom. An oil painting fetches a good price at auction

  • Chippenham

    David Dickinson and his team offer members of the public in Chippenham, Wiltshire, the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A damaged oil painting proves a hit at auction and the owner of an old garage sign is surprised by its valuation

  • Chippenham A

    Chippenham is the venue as a woman gets rid of her unwanted wedding ring and dealer Clive Attrell can't stop handing over the money to one lucky couple of sellers

  • Cirencester

    In Cirencester, Michael Hogben is asked to appraise a painting by Thomas Hennel, but doesn't recognise the artist's name and offers only £300 - prompting the vendor to try his luck at auction

  • Cirencester

    David Dickinson joins antiques dealers Ian Towning, Brenda Haller and Michael Hogben in Cirencester, Gloucestershire, to meet locals hoping for good deals on their collectibles

  • Cleethorpes 4

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire, sort the treasures from their trash. Items include signed theatre programmes, a Romeo and Juliet ornament and a pair of bronze hunting figures

  • Co Durham

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques experts Jo Brayshaw, Tim Hogarth and Michael Hogben at Barnard Castle, Co Durham, where the best deal of the day proves to be an old teddy bear sold at auction for an African charity

  • Colwyn Bay 1

    David Dickinson travels to Colwyn Bay to help members of the public sort their treasures from their trash. Antiques dealers Karen Dalmeny, David Ford, Helen Gardiner and Corrie Jeffery try their best to buy their favourite items, but it is a Hornby train set that proves popular with everyone

  • Colne 4

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Colne, Lancashire, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A Japanese bronze eagle is brought to Jo Brayshaw's table and Tim Hogarth enters a bidding war over an item

  • Colwyn Bay 2

    David Dickinson and the team head to Colwyn Bay, north Wales, where locals are offered a cash sum for their valuables or given a chance to go to auction. Helen Gardiner has a hard time sealing a deal for a collection of 1950s Dinky toys, while Karen Dalmeny haggles for a commemorative sword and Corrie Jeffrey's interest is aroused by an 18th-century snuff box

  • Colwyn Bay 3

    David Dickinson and his team travel to Colwyn Bay, where Karen Dalmeny is desperate to own a bust that's head and shoulders above the rest. A collection of automobile Dinky toys revs up the den, but it's the discovery of a gold Georgian brooch that really pays off

  • Compilation 1

    Highlights from the series, including a Lalique car mascot that grabs Tim Hogarth's attention, a gold charm bracelet valued by David Ford and a bronze horse that exceeds all expectations in the saleroom, selling for a four-figure sum

  • Colne 2

    David Dickinson hosts the show from Colne, Lancashire, where a team of antiques dealers haggle over their favourite items as they help locals sort the treasures from their trash. Simon Schneider talks football history, Tim Hogarth splashes out on diamonds, and a pair of spelter figurines catch Karen Dalmeny's eye

  • Colne 1

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Colne, Lancashire, sort the treasures from their trash. Simon Schneider is presented with a selection of clairvoyance glasses, and Jo Brayshaw presides over mugs featuring four famous faces

  • Coalville 2

    David Dickinson takes the antiques dealers to Coalville in Leicestershire, where Alison Chapman struggles to get her way with the seller of a Clarice Cliff jam pot, Tony Geering haggles for a set of toy soldiers made from lead, and the owner of a cavalry sword drives a hard bargain

  • Coalville 1

    David Dickinson and antique dealers Ian Towning, Alison Chapman, James Layte and Tony Gearing travel to Coalville in Leicestershire, where they inspect items including a set of Georgian silver spoons, a naval percussion pistol and an Indian brooch - with members of the public deciding whether to accept cash for their goods or take a chance on an auction

  • Coalville 3

    David Dickinson travels to Coalville in Leicestershire, with dealers James Layte, Tony Geering, Alison Chapman and Ian Towning. Among the items brought in are an art nouveau stamp box, a veterinary kit from the 1800s, and a watch bracelet that once belonged to Diana Dors

  • Coalville 4

    David Dickinson helps members of the public sort the treasures from their trash in Coalville, Leicestershire, where a carved jade frog causes some excitement among antiques dealers Ian Towning, Alison Chapman, James Layte and Tony Geering

  • Colne

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Colne, Lancashire, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Tim Hogarth gets very excited over a bracelet made of Scottish gold and some pieces by Clarice Cliff are brought to Simon Schneider's table

  • Chippenham

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Simon Schneider, Cheryl Brown, Ian Towning and Karen Dalmeny help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash in Chippenham, Wiltshire. A metal garage sign makes a good profit in the saleroom

  • Chippenham

    David Dickinson and the team visit Chippenham in Wiltshire, where Karen Dalmeny haggles over an oil painting of a Parisian scene, as the antiques experts help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. With Simon Schneider, Cheryl Brown and Ian Towning

  • Chester 3

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Chester sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A Welsh-speaking seller tries to charm the dealers, and a pair of chatty sisters pay two visits to the auction

  • Chester 3

    David Dickinson helps members of the public at Chester Racecourse sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum from antiques dealers Mike Melody, Tim Hogarth and Cheryl Brown. Two mahogany knife boxes catch Mike Sharp's eye

  • Chester Racecourse

    A portrait miniature catches the eye of dealer Tim Hogarth as he joins David Dickinson and the team of antiques experts at Chester Racecourse. Members of the public are offered the chance to accept a cash sum or take items of interest to auction

  • Chester Racecourse

    David Dickinson helps members of the public at Chester Racecourse sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum from antiques dealers Mike Melody, Tim Hogarth and Cheryl Brown. A Moorcroft jardiniere makes a big profit at auction

  • Chesterfield

    David Dickinson and the team visit Chesterfield in Derbyshire to help members of the public sort their treasures from the trash. The antiques experts haggle over their favourite items and Tim Hogarth parts with £1,200 for a gold bracelet

  • Chester 2

    The search for profitable antiques takes David Dickinson and the team to Chester, where they offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. An emotional Brenda Haller appraises souvenirs that bring back family memories, and a collection of pigs goes under the hammer

  • Chester 1

    David Dickinson and the team visit Chester, where they haggle over antiques and collectibles brought in by members of the public, and a cornet-playing musician steals the show

  • Chepstow 1

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Chepstow, Monmouthshire, sort the treasures from their trash. Dealer Mike Melody bids for a Sudanese battle shield, while Michael Hogben is serenaded by a former Stars in Their Eyes contestant

  • Chepstow

    David Dickinson and his team visit Chepstow, Monmouthshire, where they offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. A father and son achieve a surprising result with a car-boot sale bargain

  • Chepstow 3

    David Dickinson and his team arrive in Chepstow, Monmouthshire, where they offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. A collection of puppets evokes fond childhood memories for antiques expert Cheryl Brown, and a local butcher's George IV gold sovereign stirs up interest

  • Chepstow 4

    David Dickinson and his team visit Chepstow, Monmouthshire, where they offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. A father and son achieve a surprising result with a car-boot sale bargain

  • Cheshire

    David Dickinson is joined by Stewart Hofgartner, Brenda Haller, Michael Hogben and Alison Chapman in Cheshire to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. The day's best deal is a Doulton Lambeth lavatory pan, which makes £400

  • Chesterfield

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, sort the treasures from their trash. Items include a gold and pearl necklace found inside a £1 teapot, and a bowl being auctioned by a struggling artist to help him pay for a new easel

  • Chesterfield

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Chesterfield, Derbyshire, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. Two brass dogs are sold to raise money for charity and a dealer pays a good price for a gold necklace

  • Chesterfield, Derbyshire

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, sort the treasures from their trash. Antiques dealers Cheryl Hakeney, Tim Hogarth and Mike Melody try to tempt the punters with cash offers for their collectibles, and an old photo album does well at auction

  • Chesterfield 4

    Experts Jan Keyne, Simon Schneider, Helen Gardiner and Michael Hogben barter for their favourite items in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, where it is a bronze horse created by renowned sculptor PJ Mene that attracts the most attention. Presented by David Dickinson

  • Chesterfield, Derbyshire

    David Dickinson and the team visit Chesterfield in Derbyshire, where the antiques experts haggle over their favourite items and a gold necklace bought by a loving husband does well at auction

  • Chichester

    The team visit the market town of Chichester, where a wily vendor soon impresses David by inveigling dealer Ian Towning into paying over the odds for a collection of Bunnykins figurines

  • Chichester A

    David Dickinson and the team travel to Chichester, where dealer Alistair digs deep to find £300 for two watches and an offer is made on a car teapot. However, Simon's bid for a postcard album is turned down by its owner, who decides to try her luck in the auction room

  • Chesterfield 3

    David Dickinson and the team travel to Chesterfield, Derbyshire, to value antiques including Moorcroft plates, a poster of the Who and a pair of Marley horses. Plus, dealer Michael Hogben looks at a gold and diamond fob watch

  • Chesterfield 3

    The search for profitable antiques brings David Dickinson and a team of experts to Chesterfield in Derbyshire. A painting without a signature raises eyebrows in the dealers' den and an inherited tribal club that has been in storage for years fetches a good price at auction

  • Chesterfield

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Mike Melody, Tim Hogarth and Cheryl Hakeney are in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, to help members of the public find a good deal for their items. A Japanese ivory lobster does well at auction

  • Chesterfield 1

    Cheryl Hakeney, Tim Hogarth and Mike Melody join David Dickinson on a visit to Chesterfield in Derbyshire, where local people hope to cash in on their potentially profitable items, including an old photo album that does well at auction

  • Chesterfield 1

    David Dickinson and the team cast their eyes over antiques in Chesterfield, Derbyshire. Helen Gardiner bids for some silver fob watches, while Jan Keyne examines a hand-painted cupboard, and Michael Hogben gets a run for his money with a young dealer

  • Chesterfield 2

    David Dickinson and the antiques dealers visit Chesterfield, Derbyshire, where objects brought in by the public for appraisal include an unusual snuff box and some antique pistols that might have once belonged to a highwayman

  • Bristol Cathedral

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Tim Hogarth, Mike Melody and Cheryl Hakeney visit Bristol Cathedral, where they offer locals the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A Victorian doll is among the items that make big money

  • Bristol B

    The team visit Bristol, where David Ford's eye is caught by a resident's mint-condition barograph. The seller proves difficult to crack, and the dealer faces a struggle to get his hands on the item. David Dickinson presents

  • Berkhamsted

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, sort the treasures from their trash, enlisting the help of two antiques experts. Tim Hogarth is delighted after finding a selection of silver sauce boats, while Ian Towning spends hundreds of pounds on a gold chain and coin

  • Bedworth, Warwickshire

    David Dickinson visits Bedworth in Warwickshire, where antiques experts Mike Melody, Brenda Haller and James Layte offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. The deal of the day is a gold cigarette case bought by Brenda for £800

  • Berkhamsted

    David Dickinson and the team visit Berkhamsted in Hertfordshire, where a two-faced doll raises a smile and a car mascot from Lalique leaves Tim Hogarth digging deep to save it from going to auction

  • Berkhamsted 1

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. A tea set and a gold bracelet do well in the saleroom

  • Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire

    David Dickinson and the team visit Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, where a 19th-century Italian brooch and Beatles memorabilia are among the items brought in by members of the public

  • Bedworth, Warwickshire

    David Dickinson visits Bedworth in Warwickshire, where antiques experts Mike Melody, Brenda Haller and James Layte haggle over their favourite items, and a cigarette case livens up the salesroom

  • Bedworth 2

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Brenda Haller, James Layte and Mike Melody in Bedworth, Warwickshire, where locals have the chance to sell their items at auction or accept a cash sum. One of the day's highlights is some Fairyland lustreware bought by Mike for £2,600

  • Barrow 2

    David Dickinson and his team of antiques dealers visit Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Among the items examined are a Clarice Cliff coffee set and a collection of pocket watches

  • Barrow 1

    Antiques experts Cheryl Hakeney, Tim Hogarth, Jo Brayshaw and Stewart Hofgartner help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria. A real surprise is in store for a seller when she finds out the true value of her item, and toy cars bring out presenter David Dickinson's inner child

  • Barrow 3

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Tom Hogarth, Cheryl Hakeney, Jo Brayshaw and Stewart Hofgartner in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, to appraise items brought in by members of the public. Among the valuables under scrutiny are a Lowry print, artefacts and timbers relating to HMS Victory and a vinaigrette

  • Barrow 4

    David Dickinson and his team of antiques dealers visit Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Tim Hogarth is joined by an aspiring dealer who knows what he's talking about, and Stewart Hofgartner meets a seller who brings in a bargain buy

  • Bedworth 1

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Bedworth, Warwickshire, sort the treasures from their trash. A cigarette case offers a good price as dealers Mike Melody, Brenda Haller and James Layte give advice on a selection of items

  • Best Of

    Memorable moments from the show, in which David Dickinson helps members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Expert Tim Hogarth has a battle on his hands over a gold Ebel watch, and a pair of early Moorcroft vases cause a stir

  • Best Of

    Highlights from the show, in which David Dickinson and the team help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Expert David Hakeney examines an aquamarine ring, while Tim Hogarth has his eye on some sovereigns

  • Best Of 3

    Highlights from the show, featuring David Dickinson and his team of antiques dealers. Karen Dalmeny's bartering skills are put to the test, a toy plane proves a hit at auction and Mike Melody appraises a gold bracelet

  • Best Of 2

    Memorable moments from the show, with David Dickinson and his team of antiques dealers. Ian Towning finds a striking piece of jewellery, Mike Melody takes a look at a giant beer bottle and a strawberry basket impresses in the auction house

  • Best of 3

    Highlights from the show in which David Dickinson helps members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Featuring Karen Dalmeny examining a selection of bronze figures, Simon Schneider haggling for a Dinky toy deal, and Tony Geering discovering some novelty car decanters

  • Best Of 4

    Highlights from the show, with David Dickinson and his team of antiques dealers. Stewart Hofgartner is impressed by a collection of garage signs, the sale of some Bob Monkhouse memorabilia at auction reduces a seller to tears and a mysterious box reveals a strange secret

  • Best of 4

    More highlights from the show, featuring David Dickinson along with antiques experts Debbie Serpell, Stewart Hofgartner, Mark Stevens and Brenda Haller. They examine a bronze owl and a Moorcroft dish, and discover what a netsuke is used for

  • Best of 2

    Highlights from the 10th series of the antiques show, including a terracotta cherub being appraised by Cheryl Hakeney, and a Victorian heater which lands on Alison Chapman's table. Plus, an elderly couple give Tim Hogarth a run for his money. Presented by David Dickinson

  • Best of 2

    Memorable moments from the show in which David Dickinson and the team help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Ian Towning sets his sights on a silver tea service and Stewart Hofgartner discovers an old fireman's helmet

  • Best Of

    David Dickinson helps members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, as Karen Dalmeny has a close call on a silver convex watch and Mark Stevens gets a little worked up over a collection of gold sovereigns

  • Best Of

    More memorable moments from the show, in which David Dickinson and the team help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Expert Henry Nicholls tries to buy a cameo brooch, and Simon Schneider looks at a pair of clairvoyance glasses

  • Best Of 1

    Highlights from the show, with David Dickinson and his team of antiques experts. A dusty old book takes Karen Dalmeny by surprise in the dealers' den and Mike Melody's bartering skills are pushed to the limit. At auction, a collection of rare postcards raises eyebrows

  • Best of 1

    Highlights from the show, featuring choice moments with David Dickinson and antiques experts Simon Schneider, Alison Chapman and David Tupman. Among the items featured are an early Moorcroft vase, three stunning Worcester plates, and a selection of Matchbox cars

  • Best Of 2

    Memorable moments from the show, with David Dickinson and his team of antiques dealers

  • Barnsley 4

    The team heads to Barnsley in South Yorkshire. Dealer Janice Kehoe has an impromptu attempt at comedy when Sooty's autograph turns up in the den, and gets 'the Duke' reminiscing about his youth. Elsewhere, Tim Hogarth is determined to buy a parcel of gold on his table

  • Barnsley 3

    David Dickinson and the team of antiques dealers visit Barnsley in South Yorkshire, where a seller tries to bribe Tim Hogarth into buying her Royal Doulton figure, and Jo Brayshaw examines a collection of first edition James Bond books

  • Alnwick, Northumberland

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Mike Melody, David Hakeney and Jo Brayshaw travel to Alnwick, Northumberland to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. A De Morgan china bowl proves to be the best deal of the day

  • Alnwick, Northumberland

    Antiques experts Jo Brayshaw, Mike Melody and David Hakeney visit Alnwick Castle in Northumberland, where a scrimshaw creates plenty of interest in the auction room after a selection of collectibles and curios have been appraised by the dealers. Presented by David Dickinson

  • Alton 1

    David Dickinson and the team visit Alton Towers, where hopeful sellers come along in a bid to raise cash. Karen Dalmeny eyes an insect brooch, David Tupman is drawn to some Sylvac dogs, and Corrie Jeffrey tries to buy a Baume Mercier watch

  • Aylesbury 1

    David Dickinson and the experts head to Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire. Corrie Jeffery wants to snap up a Leica camera, James Layte takes a liking to a flowery brooch, Simon Schneider is charmed by a bracelet and Henry Nicholls uncovers various valuable items

  • Banbury 1

    David Dickinson and the team visit Banbury, Oxfordshire, to offer locals the chance to put their unwanted possessions up for auction or accept a cash sum. Items of interest include an intriguing attic find, a corkscrew and a valuable glass vase

  • Alnwick 2

    David Dickinson is joined in Northumberland by dealers Mike Melody, David Hakeney and Jo Brayshaw, who bid for a selection of antiques, curios and collectibles brought along by members of the public

  • Alnwick 1

    David Dickinson is joined at Alnwick Castle, Northumberland, by experts Mike Melody, David Hakeney and Jo Brayshaw, who bid for antiques, curios and collectibles including Coalport china

  • Aintree Generic

    David Dickinson and the experts visit Aintree to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Aintree 1

    David Dickinson helps members of the public at Aintree Racecourse, Merseyside, sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum from dealers Simon Schneider, Jo Brayshaw and James Layte. The deal of the day is a gold and diamond Rolex watch

  • Aintree Racecourse

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Simon Schneider, Brenda Haller, Mike Melody and Helen Gardiner at Aintree racecourse in Liverpool to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A gold cigarette case fetches a high price in the saleroom

  • Aintree Racecourse

    David Dickinson is joined by Simon Schneider, Helen Gardiner, Mike Melody and Brenda Haller at Aintree racecourse, Liverpool, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A gold racehorse pendant proves to be the deal of the day

  • Aintree Racecourse

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Simon Schneider, Brenda Haller, Mike Melody and Helen Gardiner at Aintree Racecourse, Merseyside to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. The deal of the day is a diamond watch bought by Simon

  • Banbury 2

    David Dickinson and the team visit Banbury in Oxfordshire, where dealers help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, valuing items including an antique judges wig and a clock-work toy. John Parker also likes the look of a revolver

  • Banbury 3

    David Dickinson and the team visit Banbury in Oxfordshire, where dealers help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, valuing items including a collection of Second World War memorabilia and a painting by a prolific English artist

  • Bangor University

    David Dickinson joins regulars David Ford, Cheryl Brown and David Tupman at Bangor University in North Wales, where locals have the chance to sell their items at auction or accept a cash sum. Four pieces of Moorcroft pottery fetch a good price in the saleroom

  • Bangor 4

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Bangor, north Wales, sort the treasures from their trash, and dealers Janice Kehoe, James Layte, Debbie Serpell and Mark Stevens offer them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Barnard Castle

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Tim Hogarth, Michael Hogben and Jo Brayshaw are on the hunt for items in Barnard Castle, Co Durham, where a classy clock sells for an impressive price at auction

  • Barnsley 1

    David Dickinson and the team of antiques dealers visit Barnsley in South Yorkshire, where Tim Hogarth assesses a collection of vinyl records and Helen Gardiner is pleased to appraise a Lorenzl figurine

  • Barnsley 2

    David Dickinson and the antiques dealers visit Barnsley in South Yorkshire, where Tim Hogarth becomes flustered when a seller reveals she has a crush on him, and Jo Brayshaw evaluates a rare gold thimble

  • Bangor 3

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Bangor, north Wales sort the treasures from their trash, and dealers Janice Kehoe, James Layte, Debbie Serpell and Mark Stevens offer them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Bangor 2

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Bangor, Gwynedd, sort the treasures from their trash, as dealers Janice Kehoe, James Layte, Debbie Serpell and Mark Stevens offer them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Banbury 4

    David Dickinson and his team of dealers visit Banbury in Oxfordshire, where they sort through more antiques submitted for attention by members of the public. Stewart Hofgartner spots a good deal in the form of a telescope, and Jo Brayshaw examines a Royal Doulton china collection

  • Bangor

    David Dickinson and antiques experts Cheryl Brown, David Ford and David Tupman help people in Bangor, North Wales, sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A Nathaniel Mills card case performs well in the saleroom

  • Bangor

    David Dickinson is joined by regulars David Ford, David Tupman and Cheryl Brown in Bangor, North Wales, to offer locals the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A Moorcroft vase makes big money in the saleroom today

  • Bangor 1

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Bangor, north Wales, sort the treasures from their trash, as dealers Janice Kehoe, James Layte, Debbie Serpell and Mark Stevens offer them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Best Of 5

    Highlights from the show, with David Dickinson and his team of antiques dealers. Alison Chapman appraises an extraordinary amount of silver worthy of a museum exhibit

  • Best of 5

    Highlights from the 10th series of the antiques show, including a peacock plaque valued by Simon Schneider, Tony Geering's examination of a tinplate spaceship, and a jewellery set that lands on Jan Keyne's table. Presented by David Dickinson

  • Bolton 3

    David Dickinson and the team visit Bolton, Greater Manchester, where a Hermes travel clock, some Bolton Wanderers memorabilia and a tiger's eye parasol impress antique dealers Jo Brayshaw and Simon Schneider

  • Bolton 2

    David Dickinson and the team arrive in Bolton, Greater Manchester, to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Among the items catching the eyes of expert antiques dealers are two toilets, an Action Man figure and a heart-shaped pendant

  • Bolton 4

    David Dickinson and the team visit Bolton Wanderers' home at the Macron Stadium, where a 20p car boot purchase excites expert Simon Schneider. Meanwhile, James Layte and Cheryl Hakeney pick up items for one pound and two pounds respectively

  • Bradford 1

    Host David Dickinson and the team of antiques experts visit Bradford in West Yorkshire, where they inspect a pair of Russian binoculars, a Lalique bowl and a vintage train set. With Jo Brayshaw, Tim Hogarth and David Hakeney

  • Bradford 2

    Host David Dickinson and antiques experts Tim Hogarth, Jo Brayshaw and Brenda Haller visit Bradford, West Yorkshire, where they inspect a vintage mobile phone, a six-sided seal and a tin-plate plane

  • Bolton 1

    David Dickinson and the team visit Bolton Wanderers' home at the Macron Stadium, where memorabilia from Madchester-era nightclub the Hacienda, a Spode teapot and a soup tureen and ladle impress antiques experts Simon Schneider, Jo Brayshaw and Cheryl Hakeney

  • Bolton

    David Dickinson is joined by regulars Mike Melody, Jo Brayshaw and David Hakeney in Bolton, Greater Manchester, to offer locals the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A gold charm bracelet makes big money in the saleroom

  • Bognor Regis

    Joan and daughter Ann seek the opinion of expert Clive Attrell when selling the family jewellery but he advises them that the items only have scrap value, prompting them to consult David Dickinson

  • Bognor

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques experts Clive Attrell, Karen Dalmeny and Michael Hogben in Bognor, where they persuade locals to part with items, offering them the chance to auction them off or accept a cash sum

  • Bognor Regis

    A woman from Bognor Regis looks to sell an 18th-century Bavarian powder horn that has been in her family for four generations. Dealer Clive Attrell is immediately impressed by the antique, but faces a tough challenge to take it off her hands

  • Bolton

    David Dickinson visits Bolton, Greater Manchester, where antiques experts David Hakeney, Mike Melody and Jo Brayshaw offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. The deal of the day is a Della Robbia jug bought by David for £470

  • Bolton

    David Dickinson visits Bolton, Greater Manchester, where antiques experts David Hakeney, Mike Melody and Jo Brayshaw offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Some cups do well in the saleroom today

  • Bradford 3

    David Dickinson and the team value antiques in Bradford, West Yorkshire. Jo Brayshaw becomes besotted with some guinea scales, while Tim Hogarth roots around a jewellery box. Plus, David Hakeney decides whether to bid on a glamorous glass epergne or let it be sold at auction

  • Bradford 4

    Host David Dickinson and antiques experts David Hakeney, Tim Hogarth and Jo Brayshaw visit Bradford, West Yorkshire, where they inspect some diamond and white gold jewellery and Victorian epaulettes

  • Bristol 3

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Mike Melody, Tim Hogarth and Cheryl Hakeney are on the hunt for items of interest in Bristol, trying to persuade locals to either accept a cash sum or take their possessions to auction. A wooden pipe-tamper with an appealing provenance makes good money in the saleroom

  • Bristol 2

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Bristol, where Michael Hogben is impressed when a barograph arrives at his table and Simon Schneider battles to get his hands on a proof print by one of Winston Churchill's daughters

  • Bristol 3

    David Dickinson is joined by a team of antiques dealers in Bristol to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. A mixed assortment of toys, artwork and crockery attract the experts' attention and Corrie Jeffrey is delighted when a Victorian purse turns up on her table

  • Bristol 4

    The search for profitable antiques takes David Dickinson and a team of experts to Bristol, where they give locals the chance to auction their items or accept a cash payment. Corrie Jeffrey tries to tempt the owner of a sugar casket with an offer, while Mark Stevens is impressed by a 19th-century sword

  • Bristol A

    The team appraises items in Bristol, where dealer Mike Melody is particularly taken with an ornate water heater brought in by would-be vendors Janet and Ken, who hope it will net them a tidy profit

  • Bristol 1

    David Dickinson hosts today's show from Bristol, where he helps members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. The dealers haggle over a collection of decorative items, silver and even weapons, while a pastel drawing causes a stir

  • Bristol

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Bristol sort the treasures from their trash, while antiques dealers Mike Melody, Tim Hogarth and Cheryl Hakeney keep an eye open for good deals. Mike pays a lot of money for a selection of gold jewellery

  • Braintree

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Cheryl Hakeney, Karen Dalmeny and Brenda Haller in Braintree, Essex, to help locals sort the treasures from their trash. An ivory pig does well in the saleroom

  • Braintree

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Cheryl Hakeney, Karen Dalmeny and Brenda Haller visit Braintree in Essex, where members of the public are offered the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A polyphone raises a lot of interest in the saleroom

  • Braintree, Essex

    David Dickinson visits Braintree, Essex, to offer members of the public the chance to put their collectibles up for auction or accept a cash sum from antiques dealers Karen Dalmeny, Brenda Haller and Cheryl Hakeney. The best deal of the day is a large porcelain figure bought by Karen

  • Bristol

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Bristol sort the treasures from their trash, while antiques dealers Mike Melody, Tim Hogarth and Cheryl Hakeney keep an eye open for good deals

  • Bristol

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Bristol sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum from dealers Mike Melody, David Ford and Karen Dalmeny

  • Bognor

    David Dickinson and dealers Clive Attrell, Karen Dalmeny and Michael Hogben visit the seaside town of Bognor, where they persuade locals to put their antiques up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Blackpool C

    A number of items go up for sale in Blackpool Imperial Hotel's famous Washington Ballroom Suite, including a stunning vase and a collection of precious jewellery. Plus, glass designer John Ditchfield makes a surprise visit

  • Birmingham 3

    David Dickinson hosts the show from Birmingham, where David Tupman, Jo Brayshaw, Mike Melody and Karen Dalmeny help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. An ivory plaque provokes a great deal of interest in the saleroom

  • Birmingham 3

    David Dickinson and the dealers arrive in Birmingham, where a cast-iron novelty money box has Cheryl Hakeney chomping at the bit, while Ian Towning is drawn toward a carved ivory brooch

  • Birmingham 4

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Jo Brayshaw, Mike Melody, Karen Dalmeny and David Tupman in Birmingham, where they appraise collectibles and heirlooms brought along by members of the public. A collection of old road maps does well at auction

  • Birmingham 4

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Ian Towning, Cheryl Hakeney, Mark Stevens and Karen Dalmeny in Birmingham, where they appraise collectibles and heirlooms brought along by members of the public, including a mourning ring, a jewellery box and a barometer

  • Blackburn 1

    David Dickinson travels to Blackburn to help members of the public sort their treasures from their trash. Antiques dealers Michael Hogben, Mark Stevens, Stewart Hofgartner and Corrie Jeffrey try their best to buy their favourite items, but it's a Jaeger-LeCoultre Atmos clock that causes a stir in the den today

  • Birmingham 2

    David Dickinson and dealers Ian Towning, Karen Dalmeny and Mark Stevens visit Birmingham, where Ian discusses his Indian heritage over a rose-water container and Karen is desperate to secure an attractive book slide

  • Birmingham 1

    David Dickinson and the team value antiques in Birmingham, West Midlands, including a diamond crucifix. Dealer Cheryl Hakeney gets excited over a William Morris-style picture, and Karen Dalmeny tries to buy two ivory card cases

  • Best of Ep 3

    Memorable moments from the series, including dealer David Ford having a battle with an auctioneer over a gold pocket watch, and an antique dog with a broken leg that brings in a surprising amount of money when it goes under the hammer. Presented by David Dickinson

  • Best of Ep 1

    Memorable moments from the series, including a boxing plaque that does very well at auction and a bronze bust brought into the dealers' den that attracts Mike Melody's attention. David Dickinson presents

  • Birmingham

    David Dickinson is joined in Birmingham by experts Jo Brayshaw, Mike Melody, Karen Dalmeny and David Tupman, who try to strike a bargain on antiques, curios and collectibles brought along for appraisal by members of the public. A collection of tradesmen's whistles does well at auction

  • Birmingham

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Birmingham sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum from antiques dealers David Tupman, Jo Brayshaw, Mike Melody and Karen Dalmeny. An ivory plaque causes a stir in the saleroom

  • Birmingham

    David Dickinson is joined in Birmingham by experts Jo Brayshaw, Mike Melody, Karen Dalmeny and David Tupman, who try to strike a bargain on antiques, curios and collectibles brought along for appraisal by members of the public. A diamond ring makes good money at auction

  • Blackburn 2

    David Dickinson joins antiques dealers Mark Stevens, Stewart Hofgartner and Corrie Jeffrey in Blackburn, Lancashire, to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Items include a Doulton facemask and a gents' wristwatch

  • Blackburn 3

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques experts head to Blackburn, Lancashire. Mark Stephens engages in a bidding war with a shrewd seller over a Georgian sugar caster, while Michael Hogben has his sights set on an art deco lamp and Corrie Jeffrey is delighted to see a silver necessaire

  • Blackpool

    David Dickinson and his team are in Blackpool, where dealers Rob Bingham, Brenda Haller and Ian Towning are hoping to clinch good deals with the locals for their antiques. Today's star item is a ceramic boxing plaque which could make a lot of money at auction

  • Blackpool

    David Dickinson is joined by a team of antiques experts in Blackpool to offer locals the chance to put their collectibles up for auction or accept a cash sum. Ian Towning puts in a generous bid for a boxed coffee set and David Hakeney gets the chance to purchase a pink flamingo

  • Blackpool

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Brenda Haller, Ian Towning and Rob Bingham in Blackpool, where they hope to make a tidy profit helping the locals sort their treasures from the trash. A medal with links to former footballer Stan Mortensen attracts plenty of interest at auction

  • Blackpool 3

    David Dickinson and dealers Ian Towning, Rob Bingham and Brenda Haller head to Blackpool, hoping to tempt the locals to sell their bric-a-brac and valuables. A set of antique golf balls makes a large profit at auction

  • Blackpool 3

    David Dickinson is joined by a team of antiques experts in Blackpool, where David Hakeney is keen to purchase a dish made by a famous French designer, and Corrie Jeffrey gets the chance to make an offer on an item with an illustrious history

  • Blackpool

    David Dickinson is joined by a team of antiques experts in Blackpool to offer locals the chance to put their collectibles up for auction or accept a cash sum. Corrie Jeffrey shows interest in a presentation baton from a diamond jubilee band and a spelter lamp attract a lot of attention

  • Blackpool

    David Dickinson is joined by a team of antiques experts in Blackpool to offer locals the chance to put their collectibles up for auction or accept a cash sum. A tribal shield attracts a lot of attention and Mike Melody hopes to do a deal to add to his extensive collection of pot lids

  • Blackburn 4

    Antiques dealers Michael Hogben, Mark Stevens, Stewart Hofgartner and Corrie Jeffrey join host David Dickinson in Blackburn, Lancashire, to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Items include an obscure telephone repair kit, a Victorian wax seal, a Clarice Cliff jug and a Moorcroft vase

  • Blackpool

    The locals turn up at Blackpool's Imperial Hotel with a good selection of antiques, hoping to make some money from the Real Dealers. Notable sales include a WH Goss tiger that makes a tidy sum at auction

  • Blackpool

    A number of items go up for sale in Blackpool, including a selection of watercolour prints of Salford and Liverpool. Local resident Joyce Cooper receives a pleasant surprise when she takes her late husband's watch collection to auction, but the big deal of the day is an assortment of autographs and photos of Hollywood greats

  • Blackpool

    David Dickinson and his team of dealers help members of the public in Blackpool sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Compilation 1

    Memorable moments from the show, with David Dickinson and his team of antiques experts. Items of interest include a tricoloured gold bracelet, a signed football, a set of Bisque figures and a necklace made from emeralds and diamonds

  • Compilation 1

    Memorable moments from the show's ninth series in which David Dickinson helps members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Items offered up for appraisal include a crystal ball and a Rolex watch

  • Kidderminster

    David Dickinson and the team appraise antiques and curios in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, offering locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. A painting by Isle of Man artist John Miller Nicholson makes hundreds of pounds in the saleroom

  • Kidderminster

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Simon Schneider, Mike Melody and Brenda Haller visit Kidderminster, Worcestershire, to help locals make money from their collectibles. The best deal of the day is a pair of Worcester vases bought by Simon for £2,000

  • Kidderminster

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Kidderminster, Worcestershire, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. A rare set of plates by celebrated silversmith Paul Storr impresses the experts and goes on to make big money in the saleroom

  • Kidderminster

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, sort the treasures from their trash. Classic pottery and a wealth of boys' toys catch the eye, while dealer Mike Melody pays thousands of pounds for a rare Japanese sculpture

  • Kidderminster 1

    David Dickinson and the team visit Kidderminster, Worcestershire, where a bird in a cage causes a stir in the dealers' den, and a woman and her grandson bring in brooches. Plus, antiques expert James Layte plays with some Tri-ang lorries

  • Kidderminster

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Brenda Haller, Mike Melody and Simon Schneider in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Brenda buys a French carriage clock for more than £400

  • Kidderminster

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum from antiques dealers Simon Schneider, Mike Melody and Brenda Haller. A brass inkwell bought for £20 makes a good profit at auction

  • Kendal A1

    David Dickinson helps members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Kendal

    David Dickinson visits the Lake District town of Kendal to help members of the public make money from their treasures. The locals decide whether to accept cash sums from dealers Simon Schneider, Tim Hogarth and Mike Melody or try their luck in the auction room

  • Kendal C

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in the Lake District town of Kendal make money by sorting the treasures from their trash to put up for auction, while dealers Simon Schneider, Tim Hogarth and Mike Melody tempt them with cash offers

  • Kendal C2

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in the Lake District town of Kendal make money by sorting the treasures from their trash to put up for auction. Dealers Simon Schneider, Tim Hogarth and Mike Melody tempt the locals with cash offers - with the best deal of the day being a Netsuke Japanese figure bought by Simon for £450

  • Kendal, Cumbria

    David Dickinson visits Kendal in Cumbria, where the antiques experts haggle over their favourite items. A local artefact raises a good sum and a charm bracelet proves popular at auction

  • Kidderminster 2

    David Dickinson and the team of antiques dealers visit Kidderminster in the West Midlands, where they appraise a pair of clogs the seller wore as a child and a selection of dolls. They also meet a grandmother who is raising money for charity. With Debbie Serpell, Alison Chapman and Henry Nicholls

  • Kidderminster 3

    David Dickinson and the team visit Kidderminster, Worcestershire, where antiques dealer Alison Chapman falls in love with a sweetheart brooch, Henry Nicholls does all he can to secure some silver cap badges and a military watch and James Layte examines a set of 1930s curtains

  • Lancaster 2

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers David Hakeney, Karen Dalmeny, Mike Melody and Helen Gardiner in Lancaster, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. A Royal Doulton fox fetches a high price in the saleroom

  • Lancaster 1

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Lancaster sort the treasures from their trash, with help from dealers Karen Dalmeny, Mike Melody, Helen Gardiner and David Hakeney. A large Shelley tea set makes a good price at auction

  • Lancaster 2

    David Dickinson and the antiques dealers visit Lancaster to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Tim Hogarth haggles over a piece of pottery, and one seller is in for a big surprise in the saleroom

  • Lancaster 3

    David Dickinson is joined by Mike Melody, Helen Gardiner, David Hakeney and Karen Dalmeny in Lancaster to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. The dealers haggle over their favourite items, including a selection of gold sovereigns

  • Lancaster 3

    The team visits Lancaster to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Stewart Hofgartner discovers a slot machine he is especially keen to buy, and a large collection of gold coins catches the eye of Tim Hogarth. Presented by David Dickinson

  • Lancaster 1

    David Dickinson and the antiques dealers visit Lancaster, Lancashire, to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Tim Hogarth haggles over some jewellery, Corrie Jeffrey is bowled over by a pair of Victorian lustres, and an impressive ring arrives on Mark Stevens' table, as local sellers wonder whether to settle for a cash sum or try their luck at auction

  • Lancaster 1

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Lancaster sort the treasures from their trash, with help from dealers Karen Dalmeny, Mike Melody, Helen Gardiner and David Hakeney. A large Shelley tea set makes a good price at auction

  • Kidderminster 4

    David Dickinson and the team value antiques in Kidderminster, West Midlands. Dealer Henry Nicholls examines a Kaiser Wilhelm II doll, and James Layte is interested in a bracelet. Meanwhile, Alison Chapman bids for a pocket watch

  • Kidderminster 4

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Kidderminster, Worcestershire, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Brenda Haller and Mike Melody check out unusual paintings, while Stewart Hofgartner appraises Beswick items and buys a rare ostrich sculpture

  • Lancaster

    David Dickinson visits Lancaster to help locals get the best price for their collectibles by sending them to auction or accepting cash offers from dealers Simon Schneider, Jo Brayshaw and James Layte. A collection of Beswick cows makes a good price in the saleroom

  • Lancaster

    David Dickinson is joined by Mike Melody, Karen Dalmeny, David Hakeney and Helen Gardiner in Lancaster, where they help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Two autograph books do well at auction

  • Lancaster

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Lancaster sort the treasures from their trash, and dealers James Layte, Jo Brayshaw and Simon Schneider look for bargains. The best deal of the day is a camp silver centrepiece

  • Kendal

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Kendal, Cumbria, sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A medal from the Crimean War causes a stir when it goes under the hammer, and a cameo brooch turns out to be more valuable than previously thought

  • Kendal

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Kendal, Cumbria, sort the treasures from their trash. A striking art-deco jug catches the eye of antiques dealer Simon Schneider, and David Hakeney offers hundreds of pounds for a collection of tortoiseshell card and cigar cases

  • Ilkeston 2

    From Ilkeston in Derbyshire, where a lady in her nineties charms antiques expert Tony Geering with her 1920s motorbike helmet. Plus, Alison Chapman examines a wartime snuffbox, and auctioneer Annabel Brammer impresses David Dickinson and the team with her inside knowledge of rare local pottery

  • Ilkeston 1

    David Dickinson and the antiques dealers visit Ilkeston in Derbyshire, where Alison Chapman evaluates a Treasure Island illustration, and former soldier Walter shows his gold sovereigns to Simon Schneider. With Tony Geering and Karen Dalmeny

  • Ilkeston 3

    David Dickinson and the team visit Ilkeston in Derbyshire, where an art deco clock gets Tony Geering in a poetic mood, Karen Dalmeny confesses to a youthful postcard addiction, and Alison Chapman gets a ticking off from the Duke. Simon Schneider also joins the team

  • Ironbridge 1

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers are in Ironbridge, Shropshire, where a famous double act's autograph and a piece of jewellery grab the experts' attention, while naval memorabilia performs well at auction

  • Ironbridge 2

    The search for profitable antiques takes David Dickinson and the team to Ironbridge, Shropshire, where they offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. In the saleroom, two modern vases by famous designers and a collection of stained glass attract the dealers' attentions

  • Ilford - Text Santa Special

    David Dickinson celebrates ITV's Text Santa Day in Ilford, north London, with dealers Michael Hogben, Cheryl Hakeney, Henry Nichols and Jan Keyne. A wide variety of antiques and collectibles are on show, plus David welcomes some special guests

  • Ilford 3

    Items including a daguerreotype brooch, a tea caddy and a diamond and gold watch get the once over in Ilford, Greater London, before the owners decide whether to sell to the dealers or take their treasures to auction. Plus, a corset stay catches the eye of host David Dickinson

  • Hull

    The search for profitable antiques takes David Dickinson and the team to Hull, where they offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. A silver oil lamp and a rare Japanese pot are among the most valuable finds

  • Hull

    David Dickinson and the team visit Hull in East Yorkshire to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. An assortment of pottery and jewellery proves attractive to the experts

  • Hull

    The search for profitable antiques takes David Dickinson and the team to Hull, where a pair of maritime paintings originally bought for £7 create plenty of interest in the den as the experts haggle over their favourite items

  • Hull

    David Dickinson and the team visit Hull in East Yorkshire, where they haggle over a variety of unusual items, including a pair of brandy spoons, a Second World War sextant and an antique fire service helmet

  • Ilford 2

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Michael Hogben and Henry Nicholls visit Ilford, north-east London, where members of the public bring in items including Royal Doulton figurines and a Breitling watch for their appraisal. Plus, a seller drives a hard bargain for a collection of silver gilt coins

  • Ironbridge 3

    David Dickinson visits Ironbridge in Shropshire, where a diverse assortment of china, jewellery and ornaments sees the antiques experts engaging in plenty of haggling and the sellers walking away with ready cash in their pockets

  • Ironbridge 4

    David Dickinson is joined by a team of antiques dealers in the historic town of Ironbridge, Shropshire, where a 1950s novelty mirror is a success at auction, and an American organ puts one of the experts in the mood for dancing

  • Kendal

    David Dickinson is joined in Kendal by dealers Simon Schneider, Tim Hogarth and Mike Melody, who appraise curios and collectibles brought along by members of the public, including Beatrix Potter figurines and a set of marbles

  • Kendal

    Couple Walter and Sylvia try to sell a ceramic camel to Real Dealer Tim when the team visit Kendal in Cumbria. The pair have high hopes of making a killing on the deal and have planned to purchase a high-definition TV with the proceeds of the transaction. David Dickinson presents

  • Kendal

    A Kendal couple decide to sell a vintage train set, but Mike Melody's initial offer for the hand-built item is refused as the pair try to hold out for £1,000. It is left to David Dickinson to try and negotiate a price that suits everyone

  • Kendal

    A sketch by Lakeland legend Alfred Wainwright fails to impress dealer Mike Melody, forcing its owner to take the work into the auction room in the hope of finding an interested bidder. David Dickinson presents

  • Kendal

    David Dickinson and the team visit Kendal in the Lake District, where a glass figure of Queen Victoria containing uranium attracts plenty of interest, and a double diamond ring sold for a good cause fetches a good sum

  • Kassam Stadium, Oxford

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques experts Stewart Hofgartner, Jo Brayshaw, David Hakeney and Alison Chapman at the Kassam Stadium in Oxford. The day's best deal is an unusual 21-carat gold ornament bought by Jo for £600

  • Kassam Stadium, Oxford

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques experts Stewart Hofgartner, Jo Brayshaw, David Hakeney and Alison Chapman at the Kassam Stadium in Oxford. The day's best deal is a Rolex Oyster watch bought by David Hakeney for £350

  • Isle of Wight

    Isle of Wight couple Anthony and Caroline present antiques dealer Ian Towning with a broken figurine, but he feels it is too damaged for him to buy. However, David Dickinson has more encouraging words for the pair, and pushes them to try and sell the trinket at auction

  • Isle of Wight

    The team visits the Isle of Wight to help punters get the best price possible for their bric-a-brac by accepting cash offers from the dealers or by taking the risk of going to auction

  • Isle of Wight

    David Dickinson helps members of the public on the Isle of Wight sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Isle of Wight

    A woman from the Isle of Wight tries to sell her collection of egg cups, hoping to raise the cash to fund a sign-language course. She rejects the offer of the dealer, believing she can get a better price at auction - contrary to David Dickinson's advice

  • Lancaster A

    A gold pocket watch and a chest of drawers with great sentimental value to its owner go up for sale in Lancaster, as David Dickinson helps more punters in Lancaster make money by sorting the treasures from their trash

  • Lancaster A1

    David Dickinson helps punters in Lancaster make money by sorting the treasures from their trash. Dealers Brenda Haller, Tim Hogarth, and Mike Melody give expert advice

  • Liverpool

    Audrey from Liverpool hopes to raise a small fortune on her toy train set. David Dickinson gives advice on whether to accept the offer made by dealer Mike Melody or risk the uncertainty of the auction room

  • Litchfield

    Dealer Brenda Haller misses out on a purchase of antique jewellery offering just £60 for fear that it may not be real gold. David Dickinson's opinion is that the items are of a high carat and very valuable - prompting seller Rita to take her chances at auction

  • Liverpool

    David Dickinson is joined by dealers Mike Melody, Rob Bingham and David Ford in Liverpool to help locals make money by selling their antiques

  • Liverpool

    The team visits Liverpool, where Mike Melody seems to meet his match when a woman selling a pair of Italian watercolours rejects every offer he makes out of hand. She gets advice from David Dickinson on how to make the most profit possible from the paintings

  • Liverpool 2

    David Dickinson travels to Liverpool with a team of dealers to value people's antiques. A plaque of the Duke of Wellington turns up on Henry Nicholls' table, while a limited edition Royal Doulton jug excites Alison Chapman

  • Lincoln 4

    David Dickinson and the team are in Lincoln, where they appraise collectibles and antiques brought along by members of the public. One seller misses her vase being auctioned off, but is delighted when she returns and finds out how much it has sold for

  • Lincoln 3

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Lincoln sort the treasures from their trash. Items include a diverse assortment of China, jewellery and ornaments, and a Chinese dish bought at a car-boot sale, which makes back more than 1,000 times what the owner paid for it

  • Lincoln

    An engraved gourd attracts interest in the auction room as antiques experts Karen Dalmeny, Simon Schneider and Mike Melody join David Dickinson in Lincoln to help locals make money from their collectibles

  • Lincoln

    Antiques experts Karen Dalmeny, Simon Schneider and Mike Melody join David Dickinson in Lincoln, where a Royal Fusiliers busby causes a stir when it goes under the hammer

  • Lincoln

    David Dickinson is joined by a team of antiques dealers in Lincoln to offer locals the chance to put their collectibles up for auction or accept a cash sum. Michael Hogben is impressed by a large collection of postcards and James Layte is baffled by an unusual instrument

  • Lincoln

    A decoratively carved gourd attracts interest in the auction room as antiques experts Karen Dalmeny, Simon Schneider and Mike Melody join David Dickinson in Lincoln to help locals make money from their collectibles

  • Lincoln 1

    David Dickinson is joined by a team of antiques dealers in Lincoln to offer locals the chance to put their collectibles up for auction or accept a cash sum. Items brought in include a former prime minister's pipe, a 19th-century truncheon and a rare microscope

  • Liverpool 3

    David Dickinson heads to Liverpool to celebrate the £1.5 million that the public have taken away in cash since the show began in 2006. Amongst the new deals in the city's Anglican Cathedral, the presenter recalls some of the best auction results, biggest bargains and the boldest sellers ever to visit the Dealers' Den

  • Liverpool 4

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques experts on a visit to Liverpool's Cathedral of Christ, offering members of the public the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Pieces attracting the team's attention include a collection of autographs and a large wedding ring

  • Llandudno 1

    David and dealers Tim Hogarth, Mike Melody and Alistair Lamont appraise curios and collectibles brought along by the public in Llandudno, North Wales, where the best deal of the day is a Wedgwood Fairyland Lustre bowl

  • Llandudno

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques experts Mike Melody, Tim Hogarth and Alistair Lamont to appraise curios and collectibles brought along by the public in Llandudno, North Wales. The biggest and best deal of the day is struck by Mike, who buys a pair of gold watches

  • Llandudno 3

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Llandudno, north Wales, sort the treasures from their trash. Corrie Jeffrey haggles over a restored bath chair and a pair of Moorcroft vases prove popular

  • Llandudno 4

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Llandudno, north Wales, sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A toilet caddy and a pocket watch catch the eye of antiques expert Simon Schneider

  • Llandudno A

    Rob Bingham makes a series of bids for a collection of ceramic bulldogs when the team visit Llandudno, but their owner Marc decides to hold out for more than £900. It is left to David Dickinson to intervene and ensure everyone gets the best deal

  • Llandudno

    David Dickinson is joined in Llandudno, North Wales, by Ian Towning, Rob Bingham and Mike Melody to offer locals the chance of putting valuable items up for auction or accepting a cash sum

  • Llandudno

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Llandudno, North Wales, to offer locals the chance of putting valuable items up for auction or accepting a cash sum. A pair of Worcester plates attracts a big offer from Simon Schneider and a diamond bracelet does well in the saleroom

  • Llandudno

    A Llandudno woman takes a chance by putting a collectible Rene Lalique vase up for auction after rejecting Real Dealer Rob's offer to take it off her hands for £350

  • Liverpool C

    David Dickinson helps members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum from an expert. His first port of call is Liverpool, where formidable haggler Dorothy wants to offload three oil paintings

  • Llandudno

    David Dickinson and fellow antiques experts Rob Bingham, Mike Melody and Ian Towning trade with the local people of Llandudno, North Wales. Rob purchases some pocket watches for £200, while Mike deals £520 for a pottery collection

  • Llandudno

    David Dickinson and antiques experts Tim Hogarth, Mike Melody and Alistair Lamont appraise curios and collectibles brought along by the public in Llandudno, North Wales, where the best deal of the day is a Moorcroft bowl

  • Llandudno

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Stewart Hofgartner, Corrie Jeffrey, Janice Kehoe and Simon Schneider in Llandudno, North Wales, to offer locals the chance of putting valuable items up for auction or accepting a cash sum

  • Leighton Buzzard 4

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Corrie Jeffrey and Tim Hogarth to help members of the public in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, sort the treasures from their trash. Featuring an unusual collection of motoring memorabilia and an item found collecting dust in a pub

  • Leighton Buzzard 3

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, where members of the public are offered the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A diverse assortment of crockery, jewellery and ornaments is brought to the experts' tables and there is much excitement when a Chinese dish bought at a car-boot sale is valued at more than 300 times what its owner paid for it

  • Leamington Spa 3

    David Dickinson and the team visit Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, to offer locals the chance to put their collectibles up for auction or accept a cash sum. Today, a collection of silver snuffboxes and a set of Matchbox cars are among the items brought in to be valued

  • Leamington Spa 3

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Simon Schneider, Cheryl Hakeney, Mike Melody and Anna Rennie visit Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, where members of the public are offered the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A diamond and aquamarine brooch does well in the saleroom

  • Leamington Spa 4

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Simon Schneider, Cheryl Hakeney, Mike Melody and Anna Rennie visit Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, where members of the public are offered the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A collection of paintings by Welsh artist Jack Jones does very well in the saleroom

  • Leamington Spa 4

    David Dickinson and the team head for Royal Leamington Spa in Warwickshire, where they examine a pair of unusual flambe bowls and an ornate mantelpiece. David Ford also takes a chance on a set of antique fishing rods

  • Leeds 1

    The search for profitable antiques takes David Dickinson and a team of dealers to Leeds, where Debbie Serpell and David Ford compete to buy a rocking horse before it ends up at auction, and Michael Hogben puts a price on gold items brought to his table

  • Leamington Spa 2

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, where items of interest include a pair of saddle bags, a walnut travelling case and a grand-looking jardiniere

  • Leamington Spa 2

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Royal Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum from antiques dealers Simon Schneider, Cheryl Hakeney, Mike Melody and Anna Rennie. A collection of Moorcroft pottery makes a good price in the saleroom

  • Lancaster B

    David Dickinson visits Lancaster and helps members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to either accept a cash sum for their items or take a chance and put them up for auction. Expert dealers Stewart Hofgartner, Karen Dalmeny and Mike Melody are on hand to advise

  • Lancaster B

    David Dickinson helps punters in Lancaster make money by sorting the treasures from their trash, while dealers Stewart Hofgartner, Karen Dalmeny and Mike Melody hope to make a fast buck by offering cash for their collectibles

  • Lancaster C

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Lancaster sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to take a chance on putting items up for auction or accept a cash sum from an expert

  • Leamington Spa

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Leamington Spa sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum from antiques dealers Simon Schneider, Cheryl Hakeney, Mike Melody and Anna Rennie. A gold opal pill box makes a good price in the saleroom

  • Leamington Spa 1: Royal Show

    The team continues the week's regal theme with a visit to Leamington Spa, where items brought along include a Silver Jubilee commemorative plate and a collection of Royal Worcester. There's also a chance to see a dazzling collection of royal ephemera

  • Leeds 2

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Leeds sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Items brought to the dealers' tables include a collection of cigarette cards and two 18th-century swords

  • Leeds 3

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit the Royal Armouries in Leeds to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. Helen Gardiner takes a look at an enormous treasure chest and Michael Hogben is encouraged to splash out on an accordion

  • Leicester 3

    The locals in Leicester observe some unusual medals, Ian Towning plays an old seafaring game and Michael Hogben is presented with an antique telephone. Presented by David Dickinson

  • Leicester 2

    David Dickinson and the team visit the home of the Leicester Tigers rugby club, where Ian Towning sets his sights on a silver and enamel compact, Cheryl Hakeney meets an old friend and a modern Charles Bartlett print catches the eye of one of the dealers

  • Leicester 4

    David Dickinson and his team of antique-experts visit Leicester, where they help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Potentially valuable items include an early calculator and a silver scent bottle

  • Leighton Buzzard 1

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, where members of the public are offered the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Interesting finds include First World War medals, a book by Hans Christian Andersen and an Easter bonnet

  • Leighton Buzzard 2

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. Debbie Serpell is impressed when a valuable carriage clock turns up on her table

  • Leicester 1

    David Dickinson and the team travel to the Welford Road stadium, home of the rugby union team Leicester Tigers, where they help the public sort the treasures from their trash. They value an unusual musical instrument, a brooch by a well-known jewellery-maker, and a vintage Steiff hare

  • Leek 4

    David Dickinson travels to Leek in Staffordshire, where a seven-stone diamond ring causes quite a stir as antiques dealers David Ford, Brenda Haller, Janice Kehoe and Henry Nicholls bid for their favourite items

  • Leeds 4

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers pay a visit to Leeds to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. Helen Gardiner takes a close look at a collection of Dinky toys, while Debbie Serpell takes an interest in a selection of gold coins in the dealers' den

  • Leek 1

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques experts Henry Nicholls, Brenda Haller, Janice Kehoe and David Ford on a visit to Leek in Staffordshire, offering members of the public the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Items that attract the attention of the team include glass sailing boats, a Rolex watch, a Chinese snuff bottle and a selection of Corgi toy cars

  • Leek 2

    David Dickinson and the team visit Leek in Staffordshire. David Ford has an amusing encounter with a seller who has brought in a Minton vase, Janice Kehoe recalls the days of the Flappers with a 1920s beaded bag, and one seller nets a large sum for a steam train painting

  • Leek 3

    Presenter David Dickinson and dealers Henry Nicholls, Janice Kehoe, Brenda Haller and David Ford head to Leek in Staffordshire, where they encounter a map that belonged to a French general in the Crimean war, a striking Bernard Moore vase and an opal and diamond ring

  • Huddersfield 4

    David Dickinson and the team value antiques in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire. Helen Gardiner examines some Wade pottery pigs, while David Hakeney looks at a Royal Doulton jug and bowl. Plus, Stewart Hofgartner considers buying a Huntley & Palmers biscuit tin

  • Huddersfield 3

    David Dickinson and the team value antiques in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire. Expert Helen Gardiner examines a selection of Japanese collectibles, Stewart Hofgartner looks at a Doulton Lambeth jug, and David Hakeney is charmed by Victorian bracelets

  • Darlington B

    Darlington woman Linda hopes for a significant return on the sale of two miniature pictures. Dealer David takes a shine to them and makes an offer that would give her a 400 per cent profit, but she turns it down in favour of the unpredictable auction room

  • Darlington

    David Dickinson and his team of antiques experts visit Darlington, where they help members of the public sort their treasures from their trash by offering the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Darwen

    David Dickinson heads to Darwen, Lancashire, to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Antiques expert Corrie Jeffrey evaluates a Les Paul guitar in the dealers' den, and a Bergman bronze steals the show

  • Darwen

    David Dickinson and his team of antiques experts head to Darwen, Lancashire, to give locals the chance to take their items to auction or accept a cash sum. David Ford makes an offer on an article bought from a charity shop

  • Darwen

    David Dickinson visits Darwen, Lancashire, to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. A smoker's companion in the shape of a plane raises a lot of interest, and antiques expert Jo Brayshaw hopes to pull off a deal on a selection of family silver

  • Darlington

    An antique teapot is valued in Darlington, where its owner hopes to make a substantial profit on the £3 his wife paid for the item. David Dickinson is on hand to offer advice

  • Crewe 3

    David Dickinson and his team of experts head to Crewe in Cheshire, as members of the public gather to get their potentially valuable possessions checked. Mark Stevens sets his eyes on an antique pistol, while Michael Hogben receives a visit from an inquisitive seller

  • Coventry 2

    David Dickinson is joined by a team of antiques dealers in Coventry to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Alison Chapman puts a large bid on a silver wine cooler

  • Coventry 1

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers are in Coventry, where they offer locals the chance to take their collectibles and heirlooms to auction or accept a cash sum. Tim Hogarth looks to purchase a painting of London Bridge that grabs everybody's attention

  • Coventry 3

    David Dickinson is joined by a team of antiques dealers in Coventry to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Cheryl Hakeney finds herself on the receiving end of a charm offensive by one elderly seller, while everyone is surprised by the high bids one item attracts in the saleroom

  • Crewe 1

    David Dickinson and his team of experts head to Crewe in Cheshire, as members of the public gather to get their potentially valuable possessions checked. A collection of gold and silver coins attracts the attention of Mark Stevens and a Royal Worcester coffee set catches Michael Hogben's eye

  • Crewe 2

    David Dickinson and the team head to Crewe in Cheshire, where a man trying to get the best deal for his antique barometer puts Jo Bradshaw under pressure and Mark Stevens pays out a large sum to acquire a man's family gold

  • Darwen

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers head to Darwen, Lancashire, to offer locals the chance to put valuable items up for auction or accept a cash sum. David Ford makes a bid on a Lalique dish and Corrie Jeffrey's attention is attracted by a diamond ring

  • Denbigh

    David Dickinson is joined by a team of antiques experts in Denbigh, north Wales, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. An oil painting attracts Mike Melody's attention, while Tim Hogarth gets the chance to bid on a highly collectable bronze figure

  • Derby 2

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Derby to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. James Bond memorabilia is brought to Michael Hogben's table and ancient Egyptian artefacts are a little disappointing for one seller

  • Derby 1

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Derby to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. David serenades the experts when a concertina turns up on Alison Chapman's table

  • Derby 2

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Derby to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. James Bond memorabilia is brought to Michael Hogben's table, and ancient Egyptian artefacts prove something of a disappointment for one seller

  • Derby 3

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Derby sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Items on offer include a flower vase that has the dealers scratching their heads

  • Derby 4

    David Dickinson and the team of dealers visit Derby, where members of the public have the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A seller surprises Michael Hogben by bringing a guard dog along, while Alison Chapman casts an expert eye over some Clarice Cliff pottery

  • Derby

    A vendor in Derby tries to make a clean break with the past by selling a pair of earrings given to her by a former partner. She claims they are gold and refuses to let them go for less than £600 - but the lack of a hallmark makes her estimate seem unduly optimistic

  • Derby

    David Dickinson and his team of dealers visit Derby to persuade the locals to part with their antiques - by putting them up for auction or offering them a cash sum

  • Denbigh

    David Dickinson is joined by a team of antiques experts in Denbigh, north Wales, to offer locals the chance to put their collectibles up for auction or accept a cash payment. Tim Hogarth is given a run for his money over a collection of Japanese figures, while Mike Melody's favourite find is a valuable clock

  • Denbigh

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Helen Gardiner and David Tupman to help members of the public in Denbigh, North Wales, sort the treasures from their trash. Items on show include an old teddy bear and a postcard collection that takes everyone by surprise

  • Denbigh 2

    David Dickinson is joined by a team of antiques experts in Denbigh, north Wales, to offer locals the chance to put their collectibles up for auction or accept a cash payment. An art nouveau dressing-table set originally bought for the bargain price of £40 proves popular

  • Derby

    A collection of cricketing memorabilia is put up for sale by a vendor who wants to donate the proceeds to an animal charity. Meanwhile, David has a disagreement with a stubborn punter who insists her blue and white beaker is worth £50

  • Derby

    Tim Hogarth, Simon Schneider and Sharon Checkley join David Dickinson in Derby to evaluate antiques brought in by members of the public, offering them the opportunity to accept a cash sum or risk putting items up for auction in the hope of making more profit

  • Congleton 4

    David Dickinson and antique dealers Cheryl Hakeney, Henry Nicholls, Jan Keyne and Mark Stevens visit Congleton, Cheshire, where items of interest include an intriguing wall plaque

  • Congleton 3

    David heads to Congleton, Cheshire, with dealers Cheryl Hakeney, Henry Nicholls, Jan Keyne and Mark Stevens. Among the items brought in is a Moorcroft pin tray, a silver basket and a pair of glass sculptures. The potential buyers are also tempted by a set of Goss cottages

  • Compilation 3

    Highlights from the show, as David Dickinson and his team of antiques dealers offer members of the public the chance to take their items to auction or accept a cash payment. Items up for sale include a clock inkwell, a 19th-century sampler and a silver tea set

  • Compilation 3

    Highlights from the series, including a pair of police truncheons that exceeded all expectations at auction, and a rare Japanese sculpture that attracted the attention of Mike Melody in the dealers' den

  • Compilation 3

    Highlights from the show, with David Dickinson and his team of antiques dealers. Items for sale include an art deco Clarice Cliff jug, a papier-mache chess set and a silver tea service

  • Compilation 3

    Highlights from the show, as David Dickinson and his team of antiques dealers offer members of the public the chance to take their items to auction or accept a cash payment. Items up for sale include a collection of carved canes, some Corgi cars and a sword

  • Compilation 3

    Highlights from the show, as David Dickinson and his team of antiques dealers offer members of the public the chance to take their items to auction or accept a cash payment. Items up for sale include a royal Christmas card, Sir John Barbirolli's conductor's baton and a cavalry sword

  • Compilation 2

    Memorable moments from the show, with David Dickinson and antiques experts Tim Hogarth, Brenda Haller, Michael Hogben, Jan Keyne and Alison Chapman. Items of interest include a pair of watercolours, a 19th-century violin and a set of Persian silk rugs

  • Compilation 2

    Memorable moments from series nine of the show that offers members of the public the chance to put their belongings up for items or accept a cash sum. In this edition, antiques experts Ian Towning, Mark Stevens and Debbie Serpell peruse items of interest including a heart-shaped pendant and a former SAS soldier's medals. Presented by David Dickinson

  • Compilation 1

    Highlights from the show, with David Dickinson and his team of antiques dealers. Decorative items, silver and James Bond memorabilia get the experts haggling with members of the public, and a seller in Coventry celebrates when her wine cooler fetches a good price in the saleroom

  • Compilation 1

    David Dickinson and the team value more antiques, as Alison Chapman becomes very excited by a Japanese vase, and Michael Hogben contemplates a pair of hairslides. Meanwhile, a Franz Bergman lizard turns up on Janice Kehoe's table, and Tim Hogarth makes an appearance

  • Compilation 2

    Memorable moments from the show, with David Dickinson and his team of antiques experts. A pair of Victorian handcuffs attracts Alison Chapman's attention and Karen Dalmeny has a battle on her hands with a young seller who wants money for a school trip

  • Compilation 2

    David Dickinson and dealers Brenda Haller, Ian Towning, Helen Gardiner and Stewart Hofgartner encounter some First World War medals along with a bullet removed from a soldier's shoulder, a snuff box with a secret, and a Victorian toilet

  • Compilation 2

    Highlights from the sixth series of the show, including the auction of a rare Japanese pot, a postcard collection valued by David Tupman that took everyone by surprise, and a proposal made by Michael Hogben to a bride-to-be

  • Compilation 4

    Memorable moments from the series with David Dickinson and his team of antiques experts. Two maritime paintings bought for £7 make an impressive amount of money when they go under the hammer

  • Compilation 4

    Memorable moments from the show, with David Dickinson and his team of antiques dealers. Karen Dalmeny haggles with the seller of a Beswick dog in an attempt to stop the item going to auction, and a Moorcroft vase catches David Ford's eye in the West Midlands town of Walsall

  • Compilation 5

    Highlights from the show, with David Dickinson and his team of antiques dealers. Members of the public haggle with the experts over two carriage clocks, a Jaeger LeCoultre watch and an Indian silver bowl

  • Compilation 5

    In a compilation edition, David Dickinson and the team reveal pleasant surprises to some of the sellers they meet, including one who believes her chess set is made of plastic. Ian Towning looks at a signed Wallis Simpson and Duke of Windsor photograph, while Tim Hogarth attempts to buy a bronze pheasant

  • Compilation Show 3

    More highlights from the series, featuring David Dickinson and his team of antiques dealers haggling over their favourite items. On today's show, an artist's portfolio sells for a tidy sum, and a restored French clock goes to auction

  • Congleton 1

    David Dickinson and antique dealers Cheryl Hakeney, Henry Nicholls, Jan Keyne and Mark Stevens visit Congleton, Cheshire, where items of interest include a Lalique perfume bottle, a concertina and a gentleman's blotter

  • Congleton 2

    David Dickinson and his team of antique dealers help residents of Congleton, Cheshire, sort the treasures from their trash. One seller drives a hard bargain for a gold Albert chain, another is determined to get the right price from Henry Nicholls for their diamond pearl and opal necklace, while Cheryl Hakeney has her work cut out with a mother and son who bring in an ivory-handled parasol

  • Compilation 5

    Highlights from the show where David Dickinson helps members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, with Helen Gardiner appraising some Art Deco bronze and Jo Brayshaw meeting a real-life prince

  • Compilation 5

    Highlights from the show, with David Dickinson and his team of antiques dealers. Members of the public haggle with the experts over an assortment of toys, jewellery and decorative items, and Michael Hogben sees the potential in a teddy bear that turns up on his table

  • Compilation 4

    A look back at highlights of the ninth series. David Dickinson is joined by bargain hunters Tim Hogarth, Mark Stevens, Cheryl Hakeney and Tony Geering. A seller gives Tim a run for his money, Mark has some good news concerning a pair of diamond earrings, and Cheryl weighs up the worth of a bronze Lorenzl figure

  • Compilation 4

    David Dickinson and the team value more antiques in a compilation edition of the show. Tim Hogarth tries to purchase a Royal Doulton figure and Cheryl Hakeney falls in love with a tobacco jar. Michael Hogben also contemplates bidding on a sword

  • Compilation 4

    More memorable moments from the show that follows David Dickinson and his team of antiques dealers. Members of the public haggle with the experts over a fire mantle, a diamond ring and a set of medallions

  • Compilation 5

    Memorable moments from the series with David Dickinson and his team of experts. A man pins his hopes on selling his antique football medals, and an inherited tribal club that was in storage for years raises thousands of pounds at auction

  • Doncaster

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Brenda Haller, Simon Schneider and Mike Melody in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Simon pays big money for an Austrian clock today

  • Doncaster

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Simon Schneider, Brenda Haller and Mike Melody in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. The deal of the day is a Zsolnay figurine bought by Simon

  • Gloucester 1

    David Dickinson is joined by Debbie Serpell, Karen Dalmeny, Stewart Hofgartner and David Tupman in Gloucester, where a seller does surprisingly well with some oriental bronze figures. Plus, the dealers examine an art deco cocktail watch and a walking stick with local links

  • Gloucester

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques experts Tim Hogarth, Cheryl Hakeney, Michael Hogben and Alison Chapman in Gloucester, where they appraise collectibles and heirlooms brought along by members of the public. The best deal of the day is a gold pocket watch and chains

  • Gloucester 2

    The team heads to Gloucester, where a heart-shaped pendant turns up on Debbie Serpell's table - but she is not sure if she can afford to buy it. Elsewhere, a striking letter seal winds its way to Stewart Hofgartner, and some flying ducks land in the den

  • Gloucester 3

    David Dickinson and the team value antiques in Gloucester. An old-fashioned clock turns up on Karen Dalmeny's table, Debbie Serpell comes face to face with a real bargain hunter and six spoons cause a stir

  • Gloucester 4

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Debbie Serpell and Stewart Hofgartner visit Gloucester, where a music stand, a sword and a brooch are among the items brought in to be valued by members of the public, who then decide whether to put their treasures up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Gloucester

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques experts Alison Chapman, Tim Hogarth, Cheryl Hakeney and Michael Hogben in Gloucester to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Michael secures the deal of the day when he buys a collection of gold coins

  • Gloucester

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques experts Tim Hogarth, Cheryl Hakeney, Michael Hogben and Alison Chapman in Gloucester, to offer members of the public the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Alison makes the biggest deal of the day when she buys a gold watch chain and fob for £1,000

  • Glastonbury

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Karen Dalmeny, David Ford and Tim Hogarth are on the hunt for items of interest in Glastonbury, Somerset, where a miniature teddy bear sells for an impressive price at auction

  • Glastonbury

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Karen Dalmeny, David Ford and Mike Melody are on the hunt for items of interest in Glastonbury, Somerset, where a collection of Longwy pots sells for an impressive price at auction

  • Glastonbury

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Karen Dalmeny, David Ford and Tim Hogarth are on the hunt for items of interest in Glastonbury, Somerset, where a miniature teddy bear sells for an impressive price at auction

  • Gloucester

    A woman from Gloucester brings in a painting that has been in her family for more than 70 years - and it appears to be by a well-known 19th-century artist. The dealer offers her £1,200, but she is tempted to try her luck at auction in the hope that it is worth much more

  • Gloucester

    David Dickinson is joined by Michael Hogben, Alison Chapman, Tim Hogarth and Cheryl Hakeney in Gloucester, where they offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A mahogany knife box does well in the saleroom

  • Gloucester A

    Jane from Gloucester brings her late mother's jewellery collection to be seen by a dealer, who has the unhappy task of informing her that it is not as valuable as she had believed

  • Grantham 1

    David Dickinson is joined by a team of antiques dealers in Grantham, Lincolnshire, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A huge collection of silverware is appraised and an interesting selection of pens turns up on Stewart Hofgartner's table

  • High Wycombe

    David Dickinson is joined by regulars Ian Towning, Tim Hogarth and Alison Chapman in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, to offer locals the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Four Irish paintings make a lot of money in the saleroom today

  • High Wycombe

    David Dickinson is joined by regulars Alison Chapman, Ian Towning and Tim Hogarth in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, to offer locals the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. Troika vases fetch a good price in the saleroom today

  • High Wycombe 2

    David Dickinson is joined by Tim Hogarth, Ian Towning and Alison Chapman in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, to offer locals the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A diamond ring performs well in the saleroom today

  • Huddersfield 1

    David Dickinson and the team visit Huddersfield in West Yorkshire, where Tim Hogarth hopes to take home a zodiac charm bracelet and Helen Gardiner finds an interesting pocket watch. Plus, a commemorative coronation globe gets Stewart Hofgartner in a spin

  • Huddersfield 2

    David Dickinson and antiques experts Tim Hogarth, Helen Gardiner, David Hakeney and Stewart Hofgartner visit Huddersfield in West Yorkshire, where items valued include a cocktail shaker and a collection of opals

  • Hertfordshire

    David Dickinson is joined by Jo Brayshaw, Ian Towning, Karen Dalmeny and Tim Hogarth in Hertfordshire to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. The deal of the day is a pair of spelter vases bought by Karen

  • Hereford 4

    David Dickinson is joined by a team of antiques dealers in Hereford to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. The tables are turned when David Ford makes an offer on a Moorcroft vase bought at a car boot sale, while Corrie Jeffrey searches for a deal on a pair of spectacles

  • Grantham 3

    The search for profitable antiques takes David Dickinson and the experts to Grantham, Lincolnshire, where they offer locals the chance to auction their items or accept a cash sum. A rare pottery money box turns up on Stewart Hofgartner's table and the Chinese antiques market is explained

  • Grantham 2

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Grantham, Lincolnshire, where members of the public are offered the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. James Layte deals with a tricky customer and Karen Dalmeny's attention is attracted by some jewellery

  • Hereford

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Hereford sort the treasures from their trash. A sparkling brooch makes a good price at auction and a pair of silver pepper pots rescued after years of neglect in a garage make hundreds of pounds

  • Hereford

    David Dickinson and his team of antiques experts visit Hereford to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A set of silver champagne goblets and an inherited portrait catch the eye of James Layte and David Ford in the dealers' den

  • Hereford

    David Dickinson and the antiques team are in Hereford to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A Japanese bronze unearthed in a garden and a silver travelling clock make good money

  • Gainsborough 4

    David Dickinson and his four dealers are in the Lincolnshire town of Gainsborough, where the locals have turned out in their hundreds. Cheryl Hakeney bids for an ornate tobacco jar, David Hakeney purchases expensive jewellery and another expert takes a risk on some rock 'n' roll pictures

  • Gainsborough 3

    David Dickinson helps members of the public in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, sort the treasures from their trash, while antiques dealers Cheryl Hakeney, David Hakeney, Jan Keyne and Michael Hogben tempt the locals with cash

  • Edgbaston

    A Ruskin vase goes up for auction in Edgbaston, Birmingham, as David Dickinson and dealers Simon Schneider, Ian Towning and David Hakeney bid to make money from the treasures brought in by local people

  • Durham B

    David Dickinson and the team descend on Durham to value more items brought in by the public. Dealer Mike Melody is mesmerised by a clock that appears to be in disrepair, and puts in a cash offer he hopes will keep its owner ticking over

  • Edgbaston

    A collection of retro handbags creates interest in Edgbaston, as David Dickinson and his dealers bid to make money from the treasures brought in by local people

  • Edgbaston

    David Dickinson and the experts help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash in Edgbaston, Birmingham, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A gold pocket watch comes under scrutiny as the host and antiques dealers Ian Towning, David Hakeney and Simon Schneider examine items brought along for appraisal

  • Edgbaston, Birmingham

    David Dickinson and his team of antiques dealers travel to Edgbaston in Birmingham to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the opportunity to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A collection of handbags raises a lot of interest

  • Durham A

    David and the team visit Durham, where they meet enterprising members of the public attempting to sell a variety of items, including a chess set and miniature editions of the complete works of Shakespeare

  • Doncaster Racecourse

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques experts Brenda Haller, Simon Schneider and Mike Melody at Doncaster Racecourse, South Yorkshire, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. The biggest deal of the day is a gold fob watch bought by Mike

  • Doncaster 2

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Cheryl Hakeney, David Ford, Ian Towning and Janice Kehoe in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, to offer locals the chance to put their heirlooms and collectibles up for auction or accept a cash payment

  • Doncaster 1

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Doncaster, South Yorkshire, to offer people the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. A valuable gold watch catches Janice Kehoe's eye and Ian Towning is put through his paces by two locals

  • Doncaster 2

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Ian Towning and David Ford in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. The highlight of the day is a large collection of Spode ceramic pieces

  • Doncaster 3

    David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Doncaster in South Yorkshire to appraise collectibles and heirlooms brought along by members of the public. Cheryl Hakeney puts a price on an unusual toy and Ian Towning examines a military-issue watch

  • Doncaster 4

    David Dickinson and the team head to Doncaster in South Yorkshire, where Cheryl Hakeney spots a potentially profitable designer handbag, and Ian Towning sets his sights on an unusual ornate silver desk set

  • Ellesmere Port

    David Dickinson and the team visit Ellesmere Port, where a man and his son attempt to sell a Victorian writing slope thrown out by a friend. Jo Brayshaw thinks it's a nice item, but turns down the chance to buy a photograph album offered by the same vendors. Instead it goes to auction - and even David Dickinson is surprised at the outcome

  • Ellesmere Port

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers David Ford, Jo Brayshaw and Steve Summerson-Wright help members of the public in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, sort the treasures from their trash by offering them the opportunity to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum

  • Evesham

    David Dickinson and antiques dealers Cheryl Hakeney, Simon Schneider and Clive Attrell search for items of value in Evesham, Worcestershire, where the star lot is a JB Yeats watercolour

  • Evesham

    David Dickinson invites dealers Simon Schneider, Clive Attrell and Cheryl Hakeney to Evesham, Worcestershire, where an art nouveau painting is auctioned off for a high price

  • Evesham

    David Dickinson, in the company of antiques dealers Simon Schneider, Clive Attrell and Cheryl Hakeney, visits Evesham in Worcestershire to appraise items brought along by members of the public. Among other things, a carved walking stick makes a big impact at auction

  • Gainsborough 1

    David Dickinson and the team head to Gainsborough in Lincolnshire to bid on collectibles brought in by members of the public. Today's items include an unusual antique sewing machine and a collection of Matchbox cars. Plus, one seller is in for a big surprise at auction

  • Gainsborough 2

    David Dickinson and the team head to Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, where they help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Cheryl Hakeney is faced with a collection of vintage Christmas cards, and a large selection of cigarette cards arrives on Michael Hogben's table

  • Enfield 4

    The dealer travels to Enfield, north London, to help members of the public sort the treasures from their trash. Fellow experts Michael Hogben, Brenda Haller, Debbie Serpell and Henry Nicholls try hard to buy their favourite items, and an Indian silver trophy causes a great stir in the room. Presented by David Dickinson

  • Enfield 3

    David Dickinson and antiques experts Michael Hogben, Brenda Haller, Debbie Serpell and Henry Nicholls head to Enfield, Greater London, where a silver plaque collection is among the items brought in by members of the public. Plus, a bronze owl, a selection of Second World War medals and a three-stone diamond ring attract the interest of the dealers

  • Ellesmere Port A

    The team visit Ellesmere Port, where dealer Jo Bradshaw takes a fancy to Lorna and Lorraine's silver sugar shaker. David Dickinson presents

  • Ellesmere Port C

    The team visit Ellesmere Port, where Jo Bradshaw puzzles over whether a supposed lock of Lord Byron's hair is genuine, and the price of a grandfather clock rockets in the saleroom. David Dickinson presents

  • Enfield 1

    David Dickinson and the team visit Enfield, north London, to offer locals the chance to sell their valuable items or accept a cash sum. Items of interest include a pair of Victorian miniature paintings, a gold watch and a piece of Royal Dux

  • Enfield 2

    David Dickinson and his team visit Enfield in Greater London, where they give locals a chance to put their wares up for auction or accept a cash sum. Items brought along to the show include a bronze bust, Tiffany belt buckles and a diamond and emerald necklace. Plus, a silver handbag gives Brenda Haller an opportunity to take a trip down memory lane

  • Aintree

    David Dickinson is joined by antiques dealers Simon Schneider, Brenda Haller, Mike Melody and Helen Gardiner in Aintree, Merseyside, to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A diamond bracelet fetches a high price in the saleroom

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