The popular TV show Dickinson’s Real Deal is going to be filmed in Aylesbury Buckinghamshire this month, in January 2014. This will be the first time that the programme has visited the town, although it has filmed in the county previously.
Filming will take place at the Waterside Theatre where David Dickinson will welcome people with the treasures. Members of the public receive free advice from a team of independent valuers, before then having to make up their mind whether to sell to a dealer – or take a risk and sell at auction. David Dickinson spoke of his excitement at visiting Buckinghamshire again and said:
“I remember visiting the county in our last series; the items brought in were fantastic, great quality, with fabulous history and stories attached.”
This will be the tenth series of the show which has a viewing total of more than one million. Dealers search for items of interest from those brought in by the public. Previous visits to Buckinghamshire revealed a book which contained illustrated stories and was sold at auction for £306. An antique atomiser was sold for £400 and a Wellington bust was bought by a dealer for £200.
Members of the public who are looking for antiques or collectibles like antique furniture will be given an accurate valuation at reputable antiques dealers. Although an item may sell for a high price at auction, the buyer will have to pay a buyer’s premium which will inflate the price. Items like antique chests can be discovered at dealers in Lancashire and local areas.
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