Members of the public try and make money out of their antiques
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Paul takes time out of the auction in Cardigan to visit local artist Eloise Glovier.
Philip Serrell finds a collection of toys at the valuation day.
Paul learns about celebrated Edward Wilson at the Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum.
Paul Martin visits Rhosygilwen Mansion and Melin Tregwynt, a woollen mill in west Wales.
Paul Martin visits the Pittville Pump Room in Cheltenham, and walks around the town.
Paul Martin visits Winchester, where he gets excited about some Rolling Stones autographs.
The public brings in items for the team's scrutiny at Rhosygilwen Mansion near Cardigan.
Elizabeth Talbot finds a collection of 17 Beatrix Potter animals.
Charlie Ross has his head turned by a beautifully preserved Cantonese fan.
Expert Catherine Southon finds an item with links to childhood favourite Winnie the Pooh.
Paul Martin takes the team to Colchester. He is joined by Kate Bateman and David Barby.
Paul Martin delivers a privileged behind-the-scenes tour of Peterborough Cathedral.
Paul Martin leads the team for a valuation day at the Pittville Pump Room in Cheltenham.
Paul Martin is in the city of Wells, he is joined by experts Anita Manning and Will Axon.
Henley-on-Thames plays host to Paul Martin and our team of antiques experts.
Prize finds at Wellington College include a collection of colourful Poole pottery.
A pair of fish paintings and two Clarice Cliff items are the star finds in Colchester.
Paul Martin leads the team to Peterborough Cathedral where the locals turn out in force.
Expert Christina Trevanion uncovers two pieces of Danish jewellery in Winchester.
The team visit Dulwich College where a biscuit tin drums up a surprise result at auction.
Paul Martin is joined by Adam Partridge and David Fletcher at the Pittville Pump Room.
The team finds an intricate, bone walking cane and some stunning miniature paintings.
Kate Bateman finds a mosaic brooch, while Michael Baggott spots a quirky gold bracelet.
A jade scent bottle found by Kate Bateman receives some unexpected attention at auction.
The team are at Wellington College, Berkshire, and Paul visits nearby Highclere Castle.
The team are in Colchester, where Paul Martin is joined by Kate Bateman and David Barby.
Paul Martin visits the prestigious Winchester School of Art.
Paul Martin and the team are in Exmouth, where Will spots a 19th-century watercolour.
The team finds diamond rings and a giant pair of boots. Paul Martin heads to Bristol.
The team finds a Chinese kimono and a coin collection that surprises everyone.
Paul Martin and the team are in Leicestershire, where Paul visits Calke Abbey.
Paul Martin and the team are in Hampshire, where Paul visits Mottisfont Abbey.
Paul Martin and the team are in Devon, where Paul goes for a journey with a difference.
Michael finds an unusual oriental candlestick and Kate has a big surprise in the saleroom.
The team visit Wells Cathedral, where Anita comes across an unusual diamond necklace.
The team visits St John's Minster in Preston, where David finds some photographic tiles.
The team visits Wellington College, where Elizabeth finds a hand painted French casket.
The team finds an example of Victorian photographer Julia Margaret Cameron's work.
The team visit Wells Cathedral, where Will targets a collection of shot and powder flasks.
Paul has a painting masterclass with contemporary artist Katherine Lightfoot.
Kate finds an unusual book of kimono patterns and Paul loves a quirky painting.
The team visits Preston, where James is shockingly cheeky about some Clarice Cliff.
Adam finds an old microscope that inspired its young owner to pursue a career in science.
Paul Martin and the team visit the historic village of Saltaire, West Yorkshire.
The Flog It team visit Crathes Castle. Paul discovers a 19th century oriental armrest.
James Lewis shocks an owner of a big watch when he tells her his estimate.
The Flog It team visit Crathes Castle. Paul discovers a 19th-century oriental armrest.
Paul Martin, David Fletcher and Anita Manning visit Alnwick Castle.
The finds in the seaside town of Bexhill-on-Sea include a charming art deco clock.
The finds at the Pittville Pump Room in Cheltenham include macabre mourning jewellery.
The finds at Buckland Abbey in Devon include Georgian silver and a diamond ring.
The team are spotting antiques at Alnwick Castle. Finds include toy trains and an inkwell.
In Saltaire, West Yorkshire, the experts spot a set of silver spoons and a gold bracelet.
The team examine a Chinese censor and a collection of bronze animals at Dulwich College.
The Flog It! team visit Crathes Castle, where Anita takes a shine to a silver tea service.
Paul Martin and the team are in Leicestershire, where Paul visits Kirby Hall.
Paul Martin and the team visit Bexhill-on-Sea, where they find an extremely large diamond.
The team visits Preston, where James Lewis is shockingly cheeky about some Clarice Cliff.
The team view antiques at Alnwick Castle. Finds include a Charles Brannam studio pot.
Paul Martin visits the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex.
In Saltaire, West Yorkshire, Paul Martin visits a Grade 1 listed building.
Philip Serrell spies a pigeon painting while Charlie Ross meets an impressive cockerel.
Mark Stacey and Elizabeth Talbot join Paul Martin at Stapleford Park.
David serves up a tasty Liberty butter dish found at a jumble sale for just 50p.
David finds six tasty sandwich markers but Michael digs out a real treasure.
Elisabeth is entranced by an early gramophone and Mark reveals a soft spot for big cats.
The finds include everything from The Archers' script to oriental scroll holders.
The team view antiques at Alnwick Castle. Finds include a Napoleonic style bicorn hat.
The team visit historic Buckland Abbey in Devon where finds include some Irish buttons.
Will Axon and Christina Trevanion are the experts as Flog It! heads to Exmouth in Devon.
The finds include four Lalique-style light shades and a 19th-century clock.