Members of the public try and make money out of their antiques.
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Items brought to Grimsby Minster include a ships bell and a diver's knife.
Finds include a pipe shaped like a polar explorer and some salt and pepper pots.
Finds at the the Platform in Morecambe, Lancashire, include a vintage Rolex watch.
A collection of previously unseen finds from the show's travels around the country.
Paul Martin finds out about all the people who keep St Albans Cathedral and Abbey running.
Paul Martin visits Packwood House in Warwickshire.
Paul Martin presents from Morecambe in Lancashire with Charles Hanson and Adam Partridge.
Paul Martin presents from Wolverhampton Art Gallery with James Lewis and Caroline Hawley.
Paul Martin presents previously unseen finds from the show and visits Coughton Court.
Members of Flog It! comes from historic St Albans Cathedral and Abbey in Hertfordshire.
Items found in Morecambe, Lancashire, include a Russian watercolour from a car boot sale.
Paul Martin presents from historic Grimsby Minster in north east Lincolnshire.
Paul Martin presents from the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich.
Finds include a 19th-century silver prayer book and a selection of Tom and Jerry cartoons.
Paul Martin presents from Althorp, the ancestral home of the Spencer family.
Items of interest include a large gold and garnet pendant and a 1930s toy aeroplane.
Paul Martin visits Herstmonceux Castle with experts Jonathan Pratt and James Lewis.
Paul Martin visits Althorp in Northamptonshire with experts Charles Hanson and Will Axon.
Paul Martin uncovers the colourful characters of the historic Ugbrooke family in Devon.
Items of interest include a biscuit barrel shaped like a Scottish curling stone.
The Flog It! team visit the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich.
Flog It! celebrates its 1,000th episode, from Bletchley Park in Buckinghamshire.
Anita Manning and Nick Davies put values on Reading's antiques and collectibles.
Flog It! revisits some of the stunning locations from this series.
Philip Serrell gets very excited about some cards painted by British artist Mary Fedden.
Items of interest include some advertising memorabilia and a 19th-century sewing kit.
Paul Martin is in Devon discovering how one man's lace business transformed a town.