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Paul Martin and a host of regular experts offer tips and advice on antiques and collectibles.
Paul Martin and the Flog It! experts revisit 12 years of the programme to explore the theme of weird and wonderful antiques and collectables.
The team offers tips and insider advice on which unusual objects to look out for and which to avoid. Adam Partridge and Philip Serrell divulge some of the oddities in their own collections and we revisit a very rare Flog It! find.
Flog It! investigates how famous connections can impact on the value of antiques and collectables.
The experts offer tips on whose autograph might be worth a small fortune, and which famous events are worth a second look. Charlie Ross explains why a letter signed by a famous politician is one of his favourite possessions, and Paul Martin explores our long history of following where celebrities lead.
The Flog It! team tells us everything we need to know about Georgian antiques and collectables in Trade Secrets.
Expert Christina Trevanion shares a nice cuppa and a passion for Georgian teapots with a man who has ten generations of tea in his blood; and presenter Paul Martin visits Chatsworth to learn the sad story of a famous Georgian socialite.
The items that commemorate people and events are at the heart of this episode of Trade Secrets.
Paul Martin and the Flog It! experts dispense advice and insider tips on which royal memorabilia might be worth a mint and which is best ignored. Claire Rawle discovers what happens when unwanted gold jewellery is scrapped; and Elizabeth Talbot explains how an item of no value can also be priceless.
In this episode of Trade Secrets, the Flog It! team journeys through the British Empire to explore what to look out for when buying, selling or collecting foreign antiques.
Regular experts Charlie Ross and Adam Partridge visit Lord's to investigate cricket's imperial past. We catch up with one Flog It! visitor whose unidentified tribal artefacts turned out to have global appeal; and presenter Paul Martin remembers British naval glory at HMS Victory.
Paul Martin and the Flog It! experts explore the pros and cons of parting company with family heirlooms. Featured items include an unusual Pearly Kings collection and a very special picture frame.
Experts Christina Trevanion and Thomas Plant share some of their own family stories and we find out what happened when two sisters sold a shared inheritance.
Dedicated to all things Victorian and featuring items that range from the innovative to the bizarre.
Flog It! regular Adam Partridge admits to a passion for odd Victorian inventions, and David Fletcher visits a typical period house to see how the Victorian middle classes lived. Presenter Paul Martin explores the story behind a tribute to that most prominent of Victorians, the Iron Duke.
Nautical but nice is the theme, as the Flog It! team offer tips and advice about what to look out for in the world of maritime antiques and collectables.
Expert Caroline Hawley explores Hull's whaling heritage; Will Axon reveals that there's something fishy about his personal antiques collection; and presenter Paul Martin learns about the shipbuilding heyday of England's north east.
Our furred and feathered friends provide the theme for this episode's trade secrets. Looking at animal and bird collectables, the Flog It! experts offer tips and advice about what's hot and what's not in the animal kingdom.
Philip Serrell relives his days as a livestock auctioneer and the team go behind the scenes of an auction house with Anita Manning. Presenter Paul Martin meets a sculptor with a passion for horses.
Delving into Britain's wartime history, the Flog It! team offer tips and advice on buying, selling and collecting militaria.
Expert Philip Serrell describes discovering a letter written to his POW grandfather; David Fletcher explains why he would never part with a plaque commemorating his great uncle's death in the Great War; and presenter Paul Martin looks into the history of that most fearsome fighting force, the Ghurkhas.
The 20th century provides the theme for this episode of Trade Secrets, with the team offering advice on buying and selling iconic designs of the last hundred years.
Presenter Paul Martin visits the Design Museum on London's Southbank; while Flog It! favourite Anita Manning explores the legacy of fellow Glaswegian, Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
Size matters on Trade Secrets, which looks at some of the smallest Flog It! finds, and some of the largest.
The experts offer tips on which tiny treasures or big beauties offer wise investments, and presenter Paul Martin visits the Science Museum's oversized collection in Wiltshire. And Christina Trevanion
The Flog It! experts offer advice on which antique tools are worth looking out for.
Paul Martin gets his hands dirty making some greenwood furniture and Philip Serrell relives the early days of his career as an auctioneer. Anita Manning remembers making a piece of Poole pottery and Elizabeth Talbot explores the history of the Keswick Industrial School of Art.
Flog It! pays homage to the Flog It! visitors who manage to bag an antique bargain at car boot sales.
Expert James Lewis explains why his vintage camper van is so important to him; and Will Axon and Philip Serrell try their hand at car booting. Presenter Paul Martin explores the skill and craftsmanship that goes into creating a thing of beauty.
The Flog It! team offers tips and advice about what to look out for by way of domestic gadgets of yesteryear.
Presenter Paul Martin visits a great house that's been a family home for generations; and regular expert Philip Serrell tries to explain the appeal of his beloved Worcester porcelain to his daughter Clem.
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