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People who believe they have a valuable artefact get a chance to sell it to some of the country's leading dealers. But, once they turn down an offer, there's no going back...

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People who believe they have a valuable artefact get a chance to sell it to some of the country's leading dealers. But, once they turn down an offer, there's no going back...

Series 3 Summary

Four Rooms returns for a third series as the public attempt to sell their curious collectables to 12 of Britain's top dealer

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    Episode 1

    Can sculptures smaller than the end of a pencil, a seat from Highbury stadium or couture clothing made from roadkill tempt the dealers?

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    Episode 2

    How much will dealers David Sonnenthal, Peter Ratcliffe, Tamara Beckwith and Raj Bisram offer for Muhammad Ali's boots, a glove worn by Laurence Olivier, Versace sketches and a rhino head?

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    Episode 3

    Fred Astaire's suitcases, a Dali sculpture, a dress made from car parts and a rare Patek watch are amongst the collectables members of the public are hoping to exchange for life-changing sums.

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    Episode 4

    The collectables in this episode include a signed programme from the Beatles film Help!, four tiaras, a signed guitar by Damien Hirst and a relic said to contain the blood of the saint Thomas Becket.

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    Episode 5

    How much will David Sonnenthal, Peter Ratcliffe, Tamara Beckwith and Raj Bisram offer for Nelson's will, an original Wembley seat, Danny La Rue's dresses and a seven-legged lamb?

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    Episode 6

    The dealers are tempted by, amongst other things, two diamond-encrusted guitars, a rare music box, a Victorian fire screen and a very rare film poster for the movie Thunderball.

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    Episode 7

    Alex Proud, Gordon Watson, Celia Sawyer and Johnny Elichaoff are tempted by, among other things, rare political photographs, a book of the occult and a Neolithic axe.

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    Episode 8

    Can members of the public earn life-changing sums for the Queen Mother's handbag, a guitar signed by the Rolling Stones or a hat placed on top of Nelson's Column during the Olympics?

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    Episode 9

    How much will the dealers offer for a self-portrait by The Who bassist John Entwistle, a Star Wars arcade machine, a rare pocket watch and a large copper octopus?

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    Episode 10

    Will any of the dealers be tempted by rare and personal Kate Bush memorabilia, two beautiful wooden swans or a wallet said to have belonged to Oliver Cromwell?

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    Episode 11

    Can any of the members of the public secure life-changing sums of money in return for a script from Star Wars, an armistice message from World War I or a rare pistol from the Titanic?

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    Episode 12

    Can any of the members of the public secure life-changing sums of money in return for one of the first flushing public toilets, a mannequin lamp, a Miro painting or the Queen... in stone?

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    Episode 13

    Will any of the dealers be tempted by an early seaside girlie machine, a sketch by Andy Warhol, the skeleton of a cave bear or a giant ammonite?

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    Episode 14

    Will any of the dealers be tempted by a scooter signed by the 'Modfather' Paul Weller, two Spitting Image puppets or an original telegraph about the Titanic sinking?

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    Episode 15

    Alex Proud, Gordon Watson, Celia Sawyer and Johnny Elichaoff are tempted by, among other things, a textbook signed by Diana, Princess of Wales

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    Episode 16

    Will the dealers be tempted by a Tornado nose-cone, a watch said to have been owned by Jack the Ripper or a training bomb?

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    Episode 17

    Can a rare silver bottle, Alec Guinness's hat, posters from Muhammad Ali's iconic fights or a Banksy mural tempt the dealers to offer members of the public life-changing sums of money?

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    Episode 18

    Can some rare Matchbox cars, a World War II battery box, a necklace made from human hair or two rare stone cherubs from St Paul's Cathedral earn their owners life-changing sums of money?

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    Episode 19

    Will the dealers be tempted to offer members of the public life-changing sums of money for a model fire engine, a Jaws script or a very rare Louis Vuitton trunk?

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    Episode 20

    Will a state crown, an Andy Warhol Polaroid, an original Elvis poster or a unique table made from a Spitfire earn their owners life-changing sums of money?

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    Episode 21

    Will Alex Proud, Gordon Watson, Celia Sawyer or Johnny Elichaoff offer big money for a 16th-century silver figure, a rare processional cross or a dress worn by a Lady Gaga waxwork?

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    Episode 22

    Can rare Buddhist scrolls, a two-headed pheasant, Lord of the Rings first editions or a very rare Hermes bag earn their owners life-changing sums of money?

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    Episode 23

    Can a paper peacock, a Gilbert and George glass or Usain Bolt's running shoes tempt the dealers to part with life-changing sums of money?

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    Episode 24

    Can a Banksy print, a Spice Girl outfit or stencil art from the urban artist Pure Evil earn their owners life-changing sums of money?

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    Episode 25

    Will the dealers offer big money for a telegram about the sinking of the Titanic, a collection of Elton John's suits, a rare printer's chest or a Thomas Weaver painting?

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    Episode 26

    Can a glove worn by Rocky Marciano, hats worn by Michael Jackson, a clock once owned by Elton John or a T-shirt worn by Arnold Schwarzenegger in Terminator 2 earn their owners big money?

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    Episode 27

    The dealers are tempted by, among other things, a chair made from human hair, a Royal portrait, human Airfix art and one of the first British passports.

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    Episode 28

    Shaun Clarkson, Tom Bolt, Wendy Meakin and Maurice Amdur are tempted by, amongst other things, rare House of Commons menus, a painting of the Manchester derby and an antique penny farthing

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    Episode 29

    Will any of the dealers be tempted by a textbook once owned by Florence Nightingale, a weapon of mass destruction or a rare, controversial image of John Lennon?

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    Episode 30

    Will any of the dealers be tempted by rare Doctor Who artwork, a drum skin signed by Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra, or a fireplace that was once owned by JRR Tolkein?

Four Rooms synopsis

People who believe they have a valuable artefact get a chance to sell it to some of the country's leading dealers. But, once they turn down an offer, there's no going back...

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