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From helicopters to Lamborghinis, mini-submarines and Hermes handbags, Posh Pawn uncovers the hidden world of high-end pawnbroking
The new run of the documentary series that goes behind the scenes of the hidden world of high-end pawnbroking continues. Pawn shop boss James takes to the high seas on a historic boat, but will the owner get the £750,000 he wants to make his dream of becoming a well-known children's author a reality? Lawrence is tasked with selling an original Kerry Darlington painting for an unforgettable returning client. With her mother's funeral to pay for, Essex girl Lucy needs an urgent loan against a diamond ring that has been in the family for generations. And James visits his new branch in Manchester for the first time.
In this new episode of the series that goes behind the scenes of the hidden world of high-end pawnbroking, Prestige Pawnbrokers boss James turns heads for all the wrong reasons in Marbella when he gets behind the wheel of a Ferrari California whose owner wants ú100,000. Designer handbag expert Claudia evaluates a former The Price Is Right model's extensive bag collection, while memorabilia expert Lawrence has to find a buyer for 14 pieces of boxing memorabilia; can James resist getting involved when he's over 3000 miles away?
The new run of the series that goes behind the scenes of the hidden world of high-end pawnbroking continues. James gets an enquiry about a passenger jet simulator but will he give a loan of ú150,000 after he's taken to the skies? A Pilates instructor hopes her designer handbag collection will fund a trip of a lifetime; a stunning diamond and sapphire necklace is brought in to pay for the launch of a new skincare product; and James shows his softer side when a client is in danger of losing his beloved silver collection.
James swaps his usual fast cars for something smaller, with memorabilia expert Lawrence. Plus: a handbag that belonged to Sharon Osbourne, and stunning diamond and sapphire jewellery.
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