A trio of antique dealers decide whether to make offers for people's possessions or allow the owners to take a risk at auction.
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David Dickinson ...
 Himself - Presenter (59 episodes, 2006-2015)
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A trio of antique dealers decide whether to make offers for people's possessions or allow the owners to take a risk at auction.

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6 November 2006 (UK)  »

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Kudos to Dickinson - Super New Series - Bobby Dazzler
6 December 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

David Dickinson is a true bobby dazzler. This new first series is by far much better than Flog It and Bargain Hunt combined. Series I has become delightfully addictive and the choice of experts really add more flavour to attitude and the art of haggling. Dickinson always presents programmes with style, charm, grace and humour. Participants bring their antique and collectibles they own for the dealers on the program to value and offer them a cash deal. The participants have to decide whether to accept the cash offered by the dealer or decide to put their item up for auction where they hope to get more profit on the day of the auction. Some of these dealers downplay the value of the participants' items in order to pay for far less than its worth so they can make a profit. Of course, that is the name of the game in the world of antique dealers. You may find yourself shouting back at the TV for the participants to accept the cash from the dealer or go to auction for the Real Deal. Looking forward to Series II and more. Maybe it should be shown in the evenings instead of the afternoons.


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