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Season 15 / Episode 33 and airs on 29 March 2017 15:30
Paul Martin and his team of experts invite members of the public to bring their antiques to be viewed and valued, with an option to sell at auction.
Paul Martin presents from the town of Reading in Berkshire. Antique experts Anita Manning and David Harper find objects to take off to auction. Anita comes across a biscuit barrel shaped like a Scottish curling stone, which reminds her of home, and David gets excited by a silver box with a jasper stone top. Paul takes a trip to a Herbarium where he learns about the important work that plant collectors have done through the centuries.
The Flog It! team visit the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich. Antiques expert Mark Stacey gets very excited about a pair of scent bottles. Paul Martin visits the National Maritime Museum to find out about Admiral Lord Nelson and how he became the nation's hero.
Flog It! celebrates its 1,000th episode, from Bletchley Park in Buckinghamshire. Paul Martin and many of the show's experts take a fond look back at their favourite moments and finds. And there is still time to search for antiques brought in by visitors on the day to sell at auction.
Today Flog It! comes from Reading in Berkshire, where antiques experts Anita Manning and Nick Davies put values on the town's antiques and collectibles. Anita falls in love with a couple of American dolls and Nick finds some 19th-century French paperweights which get pulses racing at the auction.
Paul Martin takes a trip to Cliveden House, which was at the centre of two important events in British politics in the 20th century.
Flog It! revisits some of the stunning locations from this series. The experts are hunting out antiques and collectibles at Greenwich Royal Naval College, Althorp House, Herstmonceux Castle and Reading Town Hall. Paul Martin visits Killerton in Devon and uncovers the fascinating story of Richard Acland, who gave away his fortune for his political beliefs.
The team are at the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, London. Expert Philip Serrell gets very excited about some cards painted by one of Britain's best-known artists Mary Fedden. Paul Martin explores the spectacular painted hall in the college and the navy pensioners who once lived there.
Paul Martin presents from the ancestral home of the Spencer family - Althorp in Northamptonshire. Antiques experts Will Axon and Charles Hanson search for treasures among the items brought in by visitors. Will uncovers some advertising memorabilia that has been dug out of the soil, and Charles is drawn to a 19th-century silver sewing kit. Paul visits one of the largest show collections in the world to find out all about the weird and wonderful when it comes to footwear.
Flog it! revisits some of the locations from the series, including Greenwich Royal Naval College, Althorp House and Herstmonceux Castle, with brand new valuations. Paul Martin is in Devon discovering how one man's lace business transformed a town.
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