In Bristol, the team find a very rare gold coin and a long-hidden necklace.
Paul Martin and the team are in Warminster, and Paul visits the American Museum near Bath.
A Staffordshire cream jug is one of the treasures discovered in Barrow-in-Furness.
Presenter Paul Martin visits the Scottish Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh.
In Dover, finds include three graduated Shelley jugs and a collection of Moorcroft vases.
Paul Martin heads out across Dartmoor in a horse-drawn carriage.
Paul Martin visits Winchester, where he gets excited about some Rolling Stones autographs.
Paul Martin presents a collection of beauty-enhancing items from the Flog It! archives.
A collection of unusual tribal items catches Thomas Plant's eye at Warwick Castle.
The team look for collectables at the Queen Elizabeth Grammar School in Derbyshire.
James Lewis finds a gold pocket watch and Adam Partridge looks at a collection of pipes.
Among the items brought along is a journal with links to HMS Beagle.
Paul Martin is joined by antique experts Anita Manning and Thomas Plant at Warwick Castle.
A gold watch with a mysterious history excites at the Council House in Bristol.
Kate hopes she's struck gold with some coins that could be worth thousands of pounds.
The team values some gold watches and rings, and an unusual cavalry officer's sword.
The Flog It! team descend on Kidderminster and Paul also visits nearby Birmingham.
Paul Martin is joined by experts Michael Baggott and Adam Partridge in Blackburn.
Paul Martin and experts Anita Manning and Michael Baggott head to Weston-Super-Mare.
Experts Philip Serrell and David Fletcher join Paul Martin in the seaside town of Torquay.
Paul Martin and two experts hunt for antiques at Stroud's Subscription Rooms.
The team head to the seaside and value the gems at Southend High School for Boys.
Paul Martin is joined by valuers Charlie Ross and Elizabeth Talbot at Ely Cathedral.
Catherine Southon finds a dainty ladies' opera-glass with an impressive pedigree.
In Cheshire, a quirky money box nearly delivers a fatal blow when money is put in it.
Anita Manning and Michael Baggott pick out two Worcester jugs and a selection of spoons.
Experts Charlie Ross and Elizabeth Talbot value treasures in King's Lynn, Norfolk.
Paul Martin and the team are in Norwich, with experts Mark Stacey and Philip Serrell.
Paul Martin values antiques and collectibles in the Cornish market town of St Austell.