Next Episode of Dickinson's Real Deal is
Season 14 / Episode 46 and airs on 08 January 2018 15:00
David Dickinson presents the show in which members of the public bring items to be valued by a team of experts. If the member of the public decides to they can sell the item to the dealer, however if not we follow the item as it is auctioned off, to see if they made the right decision to not sell the item to the dealer.
The dealers pitch up in York, where Henry Nicholls heads for a silverware showdown, and Tim Hogarth is stumped by some cricket memorabilia. Cheryl Hakeney and Karen Dalmeny play dressing up with jewellery.
David and his team are in Dewsbury, where a car-boot teddy has words with Debbie Serpell. Stuart Hofgartner puts down a fighting offer for a military watch, and headmistress Alison Chapman tries to control an unruly class.
David and his dealers are in Halesowen, where Simon Schneider makes a splash with a walrus, and Jon O'Marah gets a sinking feeling with some White Star Line plates. Fay Rutter gets hooked on brass work and Hoggy gets his wallet out for a Lalique vase.
The team are in Newport, South Wales, where a huge teapot causes a stir with Jan Keyne, a famous rhinoceros stomps onto Tony Geering's table, and an amber necklace puts Mark Steven's expertise to the test.
David and his team of dealers pitch up in Southport where James Layte gets alarmed at an old clock and Alys Dobbie struts her stuff in some funky boots. Stewart Hofgartner gets bewitched by some Pelham puppets and Tony Geering gets serious, for once!
Dunstable plays host to David and his dealers. Cheryl Hakeney unmasks some amazing troika, Michael Hogben faces double trouble with a set of rings and a cloisonne vase, and Helen also gets ganged up on when she tried to buy a gold pocket watch.
The dealers arrive in Hartlepool, where Henry Nicholls takes a hammering from young Tom, Simon Schneider needs resuscitating, and there are wedding bells in the air on Corrie Jeffery's table.
David and the team are in York where Cheryl Hakeney gets a money box but will she put enough cash into it? Henry Nicholls pays big for a crucifix does not get cross, and Tim Hogarth gets his hands on a load of his favourite thing.
Southport plays host to David and his dealers. Tony Geering grabs two handfulls of gold rings and Alys Dobbie tussles over some arts-and crafts-clocks. A collection of toys cars makes a bundle at auction and Stewart Hofgartner is in for a real shock.
David Dickinson(David Dickinson)
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