Dickinson's Real Deal
David Dickinson helps members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, but will they sell to the dealers or risk taking their items to auction?
Some of the best moments from the antiques series. Dealers Brenda Haller, Ian Towning, Helen Gardiner and Stewart Hofgartner play host to some treasures.
Tim Hogarth gets put through his paces with someone selling a Royal Doulton figure, and Cheryl falls in love with a tobacco jar.
Some of the best moments from the antiques series. Henry Nicholls gets revved up for his deal on the Corgi cars, and Karen Dalmeny prepares to do battle over a sword.
Helen Gardiner falls for an Art Deco bronze, Jo Brayshaw meets a real life prince, and Mark Stevens has a brush with the little tramp - but will he stroll off to auction?
Some of the best moments from the antiques series. A beautiful Bergman lizard climbs on to Janice Kehoe's table.
David Dickinson and his team of antique dealers travel to Wood Green where a gold pocket watch and Albert chain causes the most excitement.
David Dickinson and his dealers are in Huddersfield in West Yorkshire where items include some Japanese collectibles, a mini Doulton Lambeth jug and some Victorian bracelets.
David Dickinson and his dealers are in Ilkeston in Derbyshire where a lady in her nineties charms Tony Geering, but will he buy her 1920s motorbike helmet?
David Dickinson and his antique dealers travel to St Helens in Lancashire where a set of Beatles autographs causes the most excitement of the day.
David Dickinson and his antique dealers are in Bolton where two toilets turn up for James Layte, an Action Man commands Jo Brayshaw's attention and a heart-shaped pendant arrives.
David Dickinson and his team of antique dealers are in Aylesbury. Corrie Jeffery wants to snap up a Leica camera, while James Layte takes a liking to a flowery brooch.
David Dickinson and his team of dealers are in Chesterfield in Derbyshire today. Helen Gardiner tries to snap up some silver fob watches, while Jan Keyne falls in love with a hand-painted cupboard.
David Dickinson and his team of antique dealers are in Lymm today. Corrie Jeffrey tries to snap up some Siamese silver, and Alison Chapman gets connected with some wartime field phones.
David Dickinson and his dealers are in Barnsley in South Yorkshire where a seller tries to bribe Tim Hogarth to buy her Royal Doulton figure.
David Dickinson and his antique dealers Jan Keyne, David Ford, Ian Towning and Mark Stevens are in Wood Green in North London.
Today, David Dickinson is in Wood Green with dealers Mark Stevens, Ian Towning, Jan Keyne and David Ford. Amongst the items brought in are a striking Dela Robbia vase.