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“The Duke of Hazard”

published 26/04/2014

You get to know what is in a tat fiend's house

Burglars who work night shifts - can get an idea w...

ITV1 On at 3pm to 4pm – Mon to Fri - - - How did we survive before auction and cookery programs invaded our High Definition digital screens informing us of real deals and meal deals? And there I was thinking we didn’t live in a nanny state whereby informed choices were controlled; when I refer to...

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Excellent

“Oh No, I'm Getting Old!”

published 29/08/2007

Entertaining, informative, compelling, fun

Not very trendy, phone-in competition

WHY OH WHY? I'm only 37. I mean, it's not VERY old, is it? Yet already, it has started - the downhill slope. First of all, I began looking at curtains on Ebay. Then I was spotted weeding in the garden - even sometimes before they were knee-height! And now, I am watching antiques programmes on TV...

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“Are you for real ?”

published 29/03/2010

Informs people of prices they could make at auctio...

Some of the dealers are really nasty people

Dickinson’s Real Deal is a show which focuses on people bringing in items to be evaluated in terms of condition and price and they get to accept a dealer’s offer for the item they have brought in or take it to auction in the hope of making more money there. The show is hosted by David Dickinson...

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“Now that's the real deal!”

published 31/07/2009

Some fantastic auction moments.

David Dickinson....

Dickinson's Real Deal is hosted by David Dickinson who is an 'expert' in the antiques industry. Members of the public are invited to come to a particular auction room or place of public interest and they will bring their treasured possessions along with them. There are a few different experts on...

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Excellent

published 21/10/2007

I think Real deal is David's best show the only thing is some of the dealers know nothing about Belleek i was horified on Friday 19th Octobers program Brenda said belleek started with Willets Belleek what was she on about Belleek started in 1857 by the Bloomfield family Willets and about another dozen factories in the US used the word Belleek to sell there ware until 1926 when it was all sorted out in court and belleek ireland won there case if they want me to give the dealers a talk on Belleek I would be happy to do so Eddie murphy Chairman of Belleek collectors UK Group

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A real-life and real deal experience.

Some items are not valued. (The website and inform...

I'd been watching the show for months and I thought about actually going along to one of their valuation days. I did last year and was amazed when I saw it for real. I saw David Dickinson as well. I was 100% convinced that every item would be valued and placed in front of one of the dealers. I...

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published 01/09/2011

i have a prince william cup on this cup at the bottom has on ( prince william. warranted. 22 carat gold . made in england) an trying t...
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published 09/09/2011

Hi hope this is the cup your looking to sell please look at the link I have placed it will show all royal collections. If it is the cup then type into google "royal family memorabilia collectors" and it should show all collectors details then just contact them and let them know what you have to offer and if they are interested. Good Luck...:-)

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published 21/03/2012

Hi, I have four items i would like to sell but do not know if they are sellable i.e. amethyst ring, question carried forward - pearl ring, leather chess board with what i think is ivory legs and what i think...
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published 27/03/2012

If you take the jewelry to an experienced jeweler and make sure that it is legitimate, and clean then i see no reason why you would't be able to sell them.