The dealers compete for a rare signed Winston Churchill book, a Rene Lalique vase, an Elvis Presley tour banner, a show-stopping drinks cabinet made from a bomb case, and more
Can members of the public seal big-money deals for a Vulcan aircraft engine table, horror film posters, a taxidermy lion's head or a Rolex trench watch?
Items to tempt the dealers this time include a Marilyn Monroe film poster, some striking contemporary chairs, 1960s Star Trek memorabilia, and First World War art
Items brought in for the dealers' scrutiny include an Enid Blyton first edition, a samurai sword, some David Bowie prints and a glass sheep. Who will make the best deal?
The dealers lock horns over Kate Bush's tour jacket, supersize samurai warrior statues, attractive 'torso' furniture, comic artwork and a rare retro planetarium projector
The dealers compete for art deco ceramic tiles, a David Bowie concert programme, a Stanley Matthews statue and a Doctor Who prop gun. And artist Pure Evil brings in a unique lightbox artwork.
Can the dealers seal a deal on a taxidermy grizzly bear? Plus: a scrimshaw horn carving, a vase linked to sculptor Elizabeth Fink, an antique French tapestry and more.
Can deals be struck for a colourful Banksy print, a signed prop from Withnail & I, or a designer chair inspired by Marilyn Monroe's famous white dress?
The dealers compete for an original graffiti artwork, a first edition James Bond book, a clock from the German warship Tirpitz, a rare Japanese pen and a taxidermy unicorn
The dealers are wowed by an extremely valuable art deco erotic sculpture and some giant amethyst gemstones. Plus: a silver 1920s wedding shawl, Sex Pistols posters and a supersize Chinese tapestry.
The dealers compete for a book that contains unique Damien Hirst doodles, vintage Versace clothing, Andy Warhol pop art, war-time jewellery and an enormous antique Chinese cabinet
Including a handwritten Dad's Army script, Madonna's leather skirt, Jack Wilshere's football boot - complete with Wembley turf - a painting by graffiti artist Ben Eine, and a portrait of the Queen
The dealers compete for a rare Terry Pratchett signed novel, a gigantic doll's house, a unique photograph by Bob Carlos Clarke, some suffragette jewellery and a giant elephant festival head
The dealers compete for an antique antler inkwell, a massive festival mask from Nepal, a very rare book, an artwork of famous 'bronze fingers' and an antique dog bowl
The dealers compete for a Betty Grable sculpture, a Chinese marriage bed, a Bob Marley vinyl mosaic, a Bond film desk set and a vase by 1960s designer Sally Tuffin
The dealers compete for a tommy gun, a Formula 1 trophy, Monty Python sketches, an artwork by Soho's 'Neon Man' Chris Bracey, and an antique cup with links to Napoleon