Dickinson’s Real Deal is coming to Southport
Why let your antiques collect dust in the attic when you can sell them for cash? Take money on the spot from a dealer OR if you think your item is worth more….take a gamble at auction!
Dickinson’s Real Deal is currently one of the most popular daytime shows on ITV and is regularly watched by over a million people. Back for a 13th series, David Dickinson and the dealers are traveling around the country looking for some more bobby dazzlers brought in by members of the public!
If you want to sell your goods, but only for the right price, David and the dealers are going to be at our venue on the Promenade on Saturday 24th September 2016.
You could be quids in like many of the people who have already taken part….
Last time they were in the area, Glen walked away with £1,000 for his Oil Painting, Emily’s gamble paid off with her Beswick Hunting Set reaching £500 at auction and Harry left the dealer’s table with £1,240 for his Gold Boat. This could be you!
As usual David Dickinson will be keeping an eye on the deals and giving advice about whether to take the dealers’ cash OR gamble at auction. But the final decision lies with the contributors and it’s up to them to decide which option is the REAL DEAL!
Members of the public should bring their antiques & collectables along – the team of independent valuers will be offering free advice on all items brought along on the day.
Admission is free & you do not need to book a place or a ticket.
Main Doors will be open between 9am and 5pm – David & the team look forward to seeing you there!
You can contact the Dickinson’s Real Deal team with any queries regarding the event or the programme, on the DRD hotline: 0117 970 7618.
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