Posh Pawnbrokers

2020
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S1 E8: First shown: Wed 13 May 2015

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In Kent, brothers Charlie and Patrick receive an Olympic torch, designer bags and an impressive collection of antique firearms, while in Sheffield, an engagement is on the cards.
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Episode 19

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In London Road pawnbrokers in Sheffield, boss Nathan and his sister Cherise try to negotiate a deal on a tuk-tuk, and in London, Nathan is doing deals on a classic Silver Clipper caravan
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Episode 20

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At Pickwick Pawnbrokers in South East London, Nathan and assistant Debbs test-drive an ice cream van, and snooker player and commentator Willie Thorne pays a visit to Dan in Sheffield
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Episode 16

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Dan values some African-inspired art at London Road in Sheffield, while at Nikolas Patrick in Kent, Charlie has his work cut out trying to value an unusual 500-year-old petrified apple.
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Episode 18

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In London Road pawnbrokers in Sheffield, could a luxury handbag that owner Adrienne claims was once owned by pop singer Cheryl Fernandez-Versini turn out to be worth a fortune?
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Episode 17

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In Sheffield, boss Dan is hoping to seal a big cash deal for Simon's famous Les Paul electric guitar. In Pickwicks, there's a 4th century statue worth tens of thousands of pounds.
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Episode 15

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In Penzance, there's a book of famous autographs, and a designer bag with a mysterious royal connection. Plus: vintage cameras and an exclusive - and very expensive - designer pen in Kent.
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Episode 14

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At Pickwick Pawnbrokers, Nathan and Debb test-drive an unusual motorbike wheelie-simulating machine. Meanwhile, Joe wants to sell his mum's diamond ring to pay for a holiday.
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Episode 13

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Antique petrol pumps, a rare chess set and silver candelabras are some of the items in this episode, featuring Cashbrokers pawnbrokers in Penzance, and Pickwick Pawnbrokers in south-east London
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Episode 12

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Car-phobic Dan takes his sister Cherise out to test drive a monster truck in Sheffield, while research into some ancient coins produces surprising results in Penzance
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