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There is no Next Episode of Posh Pawnbrokers planned.
The high-end pawnbroking show returns. At London Road in Sheffield, Dan looks at a £20,000 jewellery collection, a pair of running spikes signed by Olympic champion Usain Bolt, a posh watch and a commemorative Nelson Mandela coin. At Nikolas Patrick in London, brothers Charlie and Patrick are doing deals on a Bakelite phone that may have belonged to Elvis Presley and could be about to embark on one of the biggest deals of their career with a huge pawn on £600,000 worth of rare and highly collectable Lalique glass car mascots.
At Pickwick Pawnbrokers in south east London, Nathan and manageress Debbs consider a deal on two vintage saxophones, and deliver a surprise when valuing an antique Japanese helmet. Up in Sheffield, boss man Dan tries to put together a deal on an eclectic collection of posh bling and a luxury handbag. A high-end watch and a special dress that may have belonged to the Queen of Jordan are also examined.
In south east London, Pickwick's boss Nathan and shop manager Debbs are taken aback by a chatty vintage ventriloquist's dummy. They also look at a stunning collection of bespoke jewellery, and can they do a deal on a luxury watch that's missing its tick? Up in Sheffield, London Road head honcho Dan is looking at a classic campervan, and considering one of his biggest ever deals on a room full of sporting memorabilia, including a full-sized pink snooker table.
In Kent, bosses and brothers Charlie and Patrick at Nikolas Patrick are considering doing deals on a £30,000 designer dress and a pair of very unusual antique 'rolling-eye' clocks. At Pickwick Pawnbrokers in London, boss Nathan hits the road to go and examine an unusual retro 'Bubbler' jukebox and a vintage 1950s coffee machine. A rare 260-year-old tortoiseshell and silver pocket watch may also be worth a small fortune.
At Nikolas Patrick Pawnbrokers in Kent, brothers Charlie and Patrick are looking at a staggering collection of boxing memorabilia owned by former boxing promoter Kellie Maloney, and an unusual electric unicycle. At London Road in Sheffield, head man Dan has a diamond encrusted bracelet in his sights, and he's also considering deals on two high-end leather belts and a huge collection of coins featuring some of the world's most dangerous creatures.
At London Road in Sheffield, owner Dan is doing deals on a stunning platinum ring and a rare antique trouser press, and delivers a shock when valuing a mysterious and unique bronze sculpture. Big boss Nathan and assistant Debbs at Pickwick Pawnbrokers in London are gobsmacked by a case of skulls, plus there's a sky-high deal on some luxury clothing.
Sheffield pawnbroker Dan and his team at London Road have to deal with a grand bone china dinner service, a stunning 18-carat gold bracelet and a tiny Cartier bear with a huge price tag. And 200 miles away at Pickwicks in London, main man Nathan and manageress Debbs are kept busy valuing a Native American statue, a supersized fibreglass chocolate bar and a hospital lamp.
Brothers Charlie and Patrick at Nikolas Patrick Pawnbrokers in Kent are considering doing deals on a pair of vintage Austin Seven cars with a ú30,000 asking price, an unopened bottle of champagne from 1952, and designer clothes including some rare high heels. In Sheffield, boss Dan at London Road is looking at a stunning diamond engagement ring and a guitar signed by legendary singer David Bowie.
In Sheffield, big boss Dan and assistant Ellie are looking at a dazzling diamond encrusted mobile phone, a rare German clock, a stunner of a diamond cluster ring and a solid silver Rococo-style bowl. At Nikolas Patrick in London, pawnbroking brothers Charlie and Patrick are considering deals on Harry Potter's broomstick and an impressive collection of Manchester United memorabilia.
In Sheffield, London Road head honcho Dan and his team are hoping to do deals on some designer jewellery, an ancient coin that could be over 700 years old, and a jewel-encrusted luxury watch. In London, pawnbroking duo Nathan and Debbs of Pickwick Pawnbrokers go to look at a pair of vintage toy replica racing cars and an unusual piano accordion in mint condition.
In south east London, boss Nathan at Pickwick Pawnbrokers makes an astonishing discovery on a 40-year-old glass replica of the Magna Carta which could be worth tens of thousands of pounds, and also considers a deal on a diamond tennis bracelet. Head honcho Dan and assistant Ellie at London Road Pawnbrokers in Sheffield are hoping to do deals on a classic vintage trumpet, a huge mechanical digger and an antique gold pocket watch.
At London Road Pawnbrokers in Sheffield, owner Dan and mum Lena are trying to seal the deal on some inflatable water-walking balls. Dan also considers a large collection of gold, a kilo of silver and some rare palladium precious metal. At Nikolas Patrick in London brothers Charlie and Patrick are trying to ring up a deal on some treasured 1920s Art Deco jewellery, and discover a huge surprise when valuing a rusty 19th century Arsenal football badge.
In Sheffield, pawnbroker Dan tries to authenticate a potentially valuable Muhammad Ali boxing belt, does a deal on some designer clothes and discovers a huge surprise when valuing a silver ice bucket. At Gold Arts in Brighton, father-and-son pawnbroking duo Doug Senior and Doug Junior are trying to do deals on a pair of renovated vintage chairs and a French Victorian horse carriage.
In London Road Pawnbrokers in Sheffield, boss Dan looks at an assortment of stunning vintage rings being pawned for an international business expansion, tries to seal a deal on a unique gypsy caravan, and is knocked for six by a platinum-coated pen and a pair of diamond earrings. At Gold Arts in Brighton, father-and-son team Doug Senior and Doug Junior are looking at a £39,000 luxury houseboat, and try to piece together a deal on an unusual 70-year-old jigsaw puzzle.
At London Road pawnbrokers in Sheffield, Dan and his team are hoping to do deals on a diamond eternity ring and a Victorian gold chain, a pair of very unusual painted cabinets featuring the artist Salvador Dali and the monster Frankenstein and a huge collection of boxing memorabilia. In Kent at Nikolas Patrick pawnbrokers, brothers Charlie and Patrick look at a gold disc that belonged to rock band Oasis, and a pair of his-and-hers luxury watches.
In Sheffield, boss Dan of London Road Pawnbrokers is hoping to clean up when famous cleaner Kim Woodburn comes in looking for a deal on more than £10,000 worth of jewellery, and also considers a deal on a Formula 1 racing car with an asking price of £50,000. In Kent, brothers Charlie and Patrick at Nikolas Patrick are busy valuing 19 pictures by American artist Darell Koons, and hit the road to go and look at an unusual antique chandelier and a rare vintage pinball machine.
At Pickwicks in London, boss Nathan and right hand woman Debbs are doing deals on a pair of original fish paintings, a mammoth antique Japanese jardinière and an original theatre organ with a £35,000 asking price. And at London Road pawnbrokers in Sheffield owner Dan and manageress Ellie take in a medieval coin that could be over 700 years old, some Indian bangles and four gold bars.
In Brighton, Gold Arts head honchos Doug Senior and Doug Junior are all revved up over a vintage motorbike, but can they agree on a price? There's also a stunning diamond and ruby watch bracelet with a hefty price tag and an unusual ring in the shape of a secret garden. At Pickwick Pawnbrokers in London, boss Nathan and manageress Debbs are looking at a designer handbag, and trying to seal the deal on some antique church pews.
At London Road in Sheffield, Dan is considering deals on an Olympic football signed by Team GB women, a 200-year old picture that contains a hidden secret with a Royal connection, and a luxury timepiece with a huge price tag. In Brighton, father and son pawnbroking team Doug Senior and Doug Junior at Gold Arts are looking at a unique sound system in the shape of a big green monster and a stunning diamond and white gold ring.
Boss Dan and assistant Ellie welcome Doctor Who and Emmerdale actor Frazer Hines through the doors of London Road pawnbrokers in Sheffield to have a look at a magnificent equestrian bronze sculpture he's hoping to sell. Dan also considers a deal on an impressive collection of teapots. At Nikolas Patrick in London, Charlie and Patrick consider a vintage luxury briefcase that may or may not be fake, a vast collection of autographed sporting souvenirs including match-used balls from the 2015 England Rugby World Cup, and an unusual pear-shaped diamond ring bought in Dubai.