David Dickinson will be looking for some real bobby dazzlers when he brings his hit TV show Dickinson’s Real Deal to Chase Leisure Centre in Cannock in January.
Dickinson’s Real Deal is the most popular daytime show on ITV1 and is regularly watched by more than a million people. David and his dealers evaluate how much they think an item is worth and make an offer. The owner then negotiates, deciding whether to accept the cash or to gamble at auction.
David and his team of dealers will be at Chase Leisure Centre in Stafford Road, Cannock, on Saturday 15th January between 9am and 5pm to view antiques brought along by members of the public.
Admission is free and people can just turn up on the day. People can also call the Dickinson’s Real Deal hotline on 0117 9707618 to let producers know about items they will be taking along.
A spokesman for RDF Television, which produces the programme, said:
“Last time we were in the area a lady from Cannock sold her Banksy print at auction for £3,500, while a man from Walsall got £450 from our dealer for his silver candelabra. 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.”
Article courtesy of Jamie Summerfield Cannock Chase Council Communications Officer
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