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    American pickers is another but its american they gro all over the country in a van seeing what can be found anything from signs to toys etc.

    Altho i love antiques roadshow to me its still the daddy.


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    have you noticed how many programmes there are nowadays about antiques?....here are a few but i'm sure theres even more.

    Cash in the attic
    bargain hunt
    antiques roadshow
    antiques road trip
    sun sea and bargain spotting
    put your money where your mouth is
    going for a song
    flog it
    antiques master
    money for nothing
    for what it's worth
    antiques inspectors
    the great antiques hunt
    car booty
    under the hammer
    cracking antiques
    trust me i'm a dealer
    restoration roadshow
    antiques uncovered
    auction hero
    antiques to the rescue
    the great antiques map of britain
    hidden treasures
    antiques roadshow hidden treasures
    street auction
    flipping profit
    curiousity
    make me a dealer
    dickinson real deal
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zincubus View Post
    You know not to swallow Pot Noodles donít you !!!

    I saw a health program and they said they were basically chemicals and salt !?!?


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    Like Drew Pritchard on Salvage Hunters and his driver and helping hand T

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    Quote Originally Posted by tex View Post
    Mmmmm....chemicals and salt
    And Soy Sauce.

    And Tex's 2,000th post.
    Telling it almost exactly like it was so many years later - and proud of doing so!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amethyst View Post
    Like Drew Pritchard on Salvage Hunters and his driver and helping hand T
    T...his real name is tee apparently
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    Quote Originally Posted by George 1978 View Post
    And Soy Sauce.

    And Tex's 2,000th post.
    Wow, i diden't realise.....what do i win??
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    Quote Originally Posted by tex View Post
    Wow, i diden't realise.....what do i win??
    A lifetime's DYR membership.
    Telling it almost exactly like it was so many years later - and proud of doing so!

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    It's quite an eye opener sometimes when you see how wrong the so called "experts" can be with there valuations, some of them should hang there heads in shame. My favourite expert is Paul laidlaw who is frequently seen on bargain hunt both as an expert and a presenter, his knowledge is wide reaching and his valuations accurate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by George 1978 View Post
    I am guilty of enjoying Pot Noodle as well - nothing to be ashamed of.
    True ... I used to have a chemistry set as well as a youngster .. I didnít swallow the concoctions though


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    Quote Originally Posted by tex View Post
    It's quite an eye opener sometimes when you see how wrong the so called "experts" can be with there valuations, some of them should hang there heads in shame. My favourite expert is Paul laidlaw who is frequently seen on bargain hunt both as an expert and a presenter, his knowledge is wide reaching and his valuations accurate.
    Sometimes these Ďexpertsí wax lyrical about a jug or something and rave about the maker and how itís a fabulous example of such a desirable producer ... then value it at £55


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