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Antiques experts compete against one another at various auctions across the country to try and earn the most money by the end of the week.
In Wales, Izzie Balmer and Tim Medhurst search for antiques to sell at auction. Izzie gets in a spin about a chair, and Tim's inner child comes alive when he finds three toy cars.
Izzie Balmer and Tim Medhurst scour Wales for items to sell at auction. Izzie keeps it local with a traditional outfit, and Tim roars with delight over a lion-shaped pin cushion.
Izzie Balmer and Tim Medhurst hunt for antiques to sell at auction in Wales. Izzie finds an ornament from the WWI trenches, and Tim discovers some chocolate that is 100 years old.
Antiques experts Izzie Balmer and Tim Medhurst hope to make big profits when they sell their wares in Wales. Izzie finds her way to some maps, and Tim is made up about a medal.
It's crunch time in Wales for our antiques experts. At the final auction, Izzie Balmer pins her hopes on two auspicious vases, while Tim Medhurst hopes that his letter box delivers.
James Braxton and Irita Marriot cruise through Kent in a classic car. James spots a child's rattle that sparks international interest, while Irita's hopes rest on a damaged lamp.
James Braxton and Irita Marriot shop along England's south coast. James buys high-value items with his wedge of cash but Irita makes some canny purchases in a bid to close the gap.
An old beer bottle and a fish kettle whet James's appetite for profits in East Sussex and Hampshire while Irita hopes a 19th-century puzzle box solves her auction woes.
James Braxton and Irita Marriot rummage around the antiques shops of Wiltshire and Dorset. Will porcelain or brass bring the experts riches at auction?
Irita and James head to the final auction. Irita's coffers are stacking up but James is hoping an exciting snuff box will make him a small fortune.
Veteran Charles Hanson accompanies newbie Ochuko Ojiri on a hunt for profitable antiques in Yorkshire. A sleepy poodle and a rustic pine table head to auction in Suffolk.
Dealer Ochuko Ojiri and auctioneer Charles Hanson are on a rummage around antiques shops in the Pennines. An unusual antique picked up for pennies sells for many pounds at auction.
Auctioneer Charles Hanson and dealer Ochuko Ojiri visit Liverpool. A Chinese theme motivates the shopping for one expert, while the other has eyes for 1940s cake.
Ochuko Ojiri and Charles Hanson drive through the Midlands, picking up collectables and curios. They plump for a very old clown and an even older piece of silver.
It's the final outing for Charles Hanson and Ochuko Ojiri. One expert gets to the bottom of a story of a naked lady, while the other uncovers an oil painting that is sure to excite auction bidders.
An all-new adventure for experts Catherine Southon and Serhat Ahmet. Together they head from Kent to the capital in search of the old, the unusual and the precious.
Antiques experts Serhat Ahmet and Catherine Southon head to the East Midlands in their lilac classic car. They scour the shops for something special to take to auction.
Antiques experts Serhat Ahmet and Catherine Southon rock their way up the coast of East Anglia in their classic car, on the lookout for local delicacies and money-making bygones.
Catherine Southon and Serhat Ahmet need to make their money go a long way on the penultimate leg of their trip. Every penny counts when it comes to making a profit at auction.
As their Road Trip race enters its final lap, there's a chance for antiques experts Serhat Ahmet and Catherine Southon to spend big. But who will take the chequered flag?
Dealers Margie Cooper and Paul Martin pick up Edwardian furniture and tribal art on a road trip through Somerset. Margie goes on a safari while Paul hopes for big profits.
In Somerset, Margie Cooper and Paul Martin hunt for money-making antiques. A toy in perfect condition is a prudent purchase, but will a Victorian toilet mean profit down the pan?
Antiques hunters Margie Cooper and Paul Martin head west in search of treasure. Paul buys something no pirate should be without, and Margie is drawn to pieces of silver.
Paul Martin and Margie Cooper motor through Cornwall, picking up an antique milking stool and a very loud 1920s car horn. A detour allows for a quite unusual cup of tea.
Margie Cooper and Paul Martin head to Plymouth on their final trip. An eclectic mix of goodies makes for an enthralling auction, but who will take the crown of top antiquer?
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