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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.
Antiques experts travel across the country, competing to make a profit at auction. Natasha Raskin and Paul Laidlaw are in historic York and face very different challenges. For Paul it's to build on earlier successes, while for Natasha it's simply to stay in the game. Our Caledonian couple head for an East Anglian auction, enjoying a famous locomotive and the Victorian craze for stereoscopy along the way. Paul struggles to find anything he likes before plumping to buy a haul of agricultural salvage. And Natasha's eyes are turned by some spindles on a rocking chair.
Antiques experts travel across the country, competing to make a profit at auction. Cantering towards an auction in Newmarket, Natasha Raskin and Paul Laidlaw are taking their classic car around Norfolk and Suffolk on an antiques hunt. The experts rummage far and wide, unearthing such objects as Ottoman militaria and a vital bit of an old train. Paul finds himself captain of a very rare and valuable boat on the Norfolk Broads, while Natasha ends up deep in Thetford woods looking for bunnies.
Antiques experts travel across the country, competing to make a profit at auction. The tartan twosome, Paul Laidlaw and Natasha Raskin, are antiquing in Norfolk, but somehow finding time to go down a Neolithic flint mine and go into print. It's the final 'Round Britain Rummage' and they unearth a rarely seen art nouveau food warmer and a charming 19th-century table croquet set. They're headed for one last auction in Diss and it's still anyone's game. Who will win this Road Trip?
Antiques experts travel across the country. The West Country beckons for James Braxton and Raj Bisram as they head from Bath to the Isle of Wight.
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