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Season 15 / Episode 13 and airs on 20 February 2017 16:30
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.
Flog It! comes from the Platform in Morecambe, Lancashire, which in its day was the main station bringing holidaymakers to the town. Antiques experts Charles Hanson and Catherine Southon find treasures to take to auction, including a vintage Rolex watch. Paul Martin discovers the rags-to-riches story of the town's most famous son, Eric Morecambe.
A collection of interesting and previously unseen finds from the show's travels round the country, visiting St. Albans, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, the Platform in Morecambe and Grimsby Minster. The antiques experts include Adam Partridge, James Lewis, Christina Trevanion and Jonathon Pratt. Paul Martin also visits Coughton Court in Warwickshire.
Flog It! comes from Wolverhampton Art Gallery. The gallery has a wonderful collection of paintings and hosts antiques experts James Lewis and David Harper. Turning up out of the hundreds of bags and boxes is a chair with a royal connection and a tea caddy that causes a stir at the auction. And presenter Paul Martin tells the story of high-rise tower blocks, once the architectural vision of modern living.
Flog It! comes from Grimsby Minster in north East Lincolnshire. It's close to the famous port that once housed 600 fishing vessels. Antiques experts Christina Trevanion and Anita Manning find treasures among the hundreds of visitors to take to auction. Anita is entranced by some pigeon racing memorabilia and Christina uncovers a rare Chinese silver butter bowl. Paul Martin explores the battle faced by a Lincolnshire Lord as he struggled between loyalty and duty during a royal scandal.
Flog It! comes from the historic St Albans Cathedral and Abbey in Hertfordshire. Antiques experts Jonathan Pratt and James Lewis find a selection of objects to take to auction.
James comes across an intricately carved whalebone walking cane and Jonathan delights in an autograph book which includes signatures from The Rolling Stones.
Paul Martin finds out about all the special people who keep St Albans Cathedral and Abbey running.
Paul Martin showcases a collection of interesting and previously unseen finds from the show's travels round the country. The team visit St Albans Cathedral, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, the Platform in Morecambe and Grimsby Minster.
The antiques experts are James Lewis, Clare Rawle, Christina Trevanion, Caroline Hawley, Michael Baggott and Charles Hanson.
Paul also visits Packwood House in Warwickshire.
Flog It! comes from the Platform in Morecambe, Lancashire. Antiques experts Charles Hanson and Adam Partridge unearth all manner of items to auction, including French porcelain and Japanese carvings. Paul Martin visits the railway station that was the set for the iconic film Brief Encounter.
Flog It! comes from Wolverhampton Art Gallery. Antiques experts James Lewis and Caroline Hawley unearth a sword with a dark history and an early Moorcroft vase. Paul Martin explores some of the region's industrial past.
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