The show that goes behind the scenes of high-end pawn broking. In Sheffield, boss Dan has to deal with a bus load of antiques and a watch owned by Saddam Hussein
The show that goes behind the scenes of high-end pawn broking. In the first episode boss Nathan and manager Debbs do deals on high fashion footwear and 22 ton mega-trucks.
The show that goes behind the scenes of high-end pawn broking. Nathan and Debbs are doing deals on a lifesize Majolica lion and racing silks owned by legendary jockey AP McCoy. (
The show that goes behind the scenes of high-end pawn broking. At Nikolas Patrick Pawnbrokers in Kent, Charlie and Sam make a deal on an unusual Mod-themed hearse trike.
At Dan's London Road Pawnbrokers in Sheffield, an unusual Harley Davidson motorbike, Chloe's antique flapper purse and some solid gold coins keep him and assistant Ellie busy
Behind the scenes of high-end pawnbroking. In Sheffield and south London, this episode features an army tank, some diamond earrings and a collection of bewitching paintings.
In Sheffield, Dan goes on the hunt for some paintings worth tens of thousands, and there's a solid silver hat. In London, Nathan and Debbs do a deal on an antique wine cabinet.
Behind the scenes of high-end pawnbroking. In Kent, brothers Charlie and Patrick receive an Olympic torch and some old guns, and an engagement is on the cards in Sheffield.
In Kent, brothers Charlie and Patrick run aground while testing a speedboat, and is there a deal to be done in Sheffield on sporting legend Pele's boots?
Nathan and manageress Debbs go for a spin on a mini-hovercraft in south-east London, and there's street art and an antique cocktail shaker at Nikolas Patrick in Kent
This episode, following pawnbrokers from Penzance and Sheffield, features a Crufts memorabilia collection, a houseboat, a jet ski and a Picasso picture that's not quite what it seems...
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
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
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.
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.
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?
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.
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.
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
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
The series following the UK's most characterful pawn brokers. In this episode, the brokers try to seal the deal on some luxury luggage, Italian antiques and a signed Gazza shirt.
In this episode from Nikolas Patrick in London and London Road in Sheffield, the brokers consider a racehorse, a statue and a stunning diamond ring
In London, can two luxury pens and a gold pocket watch raise enough cash to help save a dog home from closure? And in Sheffield, boss Dan and assistant Selwa are befuddled by a 3D printer.
At Pickwick Pawnbrokers, Nathan and manageress Debs try to strike an unusual deal on a clay pigeon trap. Up in Sheffield, boss Dan and his assistant Selwa find themselves stumped.
In Sheffield Dan looks at a guitar signed by Noel Gallagher, while in London Nathan considers a luxury lighter originally bought for a jaw-dropping four thousand Euros
In Sheffield, main man Dan is considering a deal on some luxury luggage and a sapphire ring. At Nikolas Patrick in London, brothers Patrick and Charlie get all hot under the collar.
In London Road, Dan and assistant Ellie are busy doing deals on an antique ring, Whitney Houston's autograph and a collection of jewellery. In London, there's a classic electric guitar.
In London Road pawnbrokers in Sheffield, boss Dan takes a test flight in a plane that's for sale and looks at a gold collection with some hidden gems and a stunning diamond solitaire
At Cashbrokers in Penzance, head honchos Larry and Neil consider some luxury bags, a posh watch and a rare FA Cup medal
Larry and Neil at Cashbrokers in Penzance go to look at an unusual red telephone box. And can they raise enough money on a Formula One collection to keep someone's racing dreams alive?
In Sheffield, Dan looks at a luxury watch he suspects might not be the genuine article. At Nikolas Patrick in London, a Roman ring found in a loft could be worth a small fortune.
At Nikolas Patrick in London, brothers Charlie and Patrick view a stunning emerald ring, and Elton John's tour jacket. In Sheffield, Dan deals on a vintage Bakelite radio.
At London Road in Sheffield, Dan looks at a collection of jewellery being sold to fund a holistic therapy centre. In Penzance, Larry and Neil get all fired up testing an antique gun.
At Pickwick Pawnbrokers in London, Nathan is hoping to deal on some luxury handbags, and can a dazzling diamond ring raise enough money to fund a trip to New Zealand for a family reunion?
In Sheffield, Dan and Ellie look at a vintage boxing machine that could be worth a knockout amount. And can Nathan and Debbs in London raise enough to help keep a local youth charity open?
In London, Nathan and Debbs deal on an unusual bike and a vintage biscuit tin. In Sheffield, Dan examines a pair of stunning Art Deco sculptures and test drives a classic Rolls Royce.
In Sheffield, Dan goes to look at a boat with a £90,000 price tag. At Pickwick Pawnbrokers in London, Nathan tries to seal the deal on a collection of clothes once owned by Shirley Bassey.
Larry and Neil at Cashbrokers in Penzance look at a vintage fairground slide in the shape of a giant head, and test-drive a unique hand-built kit car that gets their pulses racing
At Nikolas Patrick in Kent, Charlie and Patrick examine a Chinese vase that could be worth a small fortune. In Penzance, Larry and Neil deliver a shock when they value a very special violin.
At Pickwick Pawnbrokers in London, Nathan and Debbs are left hanging over a vintage chandelier in pieces. Charlie and Patrick in Kent deal on a life-size model horse that is also a lamp.
In Sheffield, Dan gets all shook up trying to value a pair of sparkly bespoke Elvis Presley jumpsuits. At Cashbrokers in Penzance, Larry and Neil do a deal on Bill Haley's guitar.
In London, Charlie and Patrick look at a stunning and valuable antique grandfather clock. In Sheffield, Dan delivers a shock when he values an antique diamond-covered cocktail watch.
In Sheffield, Dan takes to the air to try to seal the deal on a paraglider, and is wowed by a stunning Indian diamond bracelet. In London, Patrick is bewitched by a charming mechanical singing bird.
Return of the series following the UK's most characterful brokers. In this episode, £600,000 of Lalique glass, Usain Bolt's spikes and Elvis's phone.
At Pickwick Pawnbrokers in London, Nathan and Debbs deliver a surprise when valuing an antique Japanese helmet. And in Sheffield Dan tries to do a deal on a collection of posh bling.
Pickwick's boss Nathan and manager Debbs are taken aback by a chatty vintage ventriloquist's dummy. Up in Sheffield, London Road head honcho Dan considers one of his biggest ever deals.
In Kent, bosses and brothers Charlie and Patrick at Nikolas Patrick are considering a pair of very unusual antique clocks, while in London a rare watch may be worth a small fortune
In this episode, brothers Charlie and Patrick examine a huge collection of boxing memorabilia in Kent, while Dan at London Road in Sheffield has a diamond encrusted bracelet in his sights
At London Road in Sheffield, owner Dan is doing deals on a mysterious sculpture and a platinum ring. At Pickwick Pawnbrokers in London, Nathan and Debbs are gobsmacked by a case of skulls.
Sheffield pawnbroker Dan and his team have to deal with a grand bone china dinner service, a stunning 18 carat gold bracelet and a tiny Cartier bear with a huge price tag
In Kent and Sheffield, the dealers are considering doing deals on a signed David Bowie guitar, a pair of vintage cars, some rare high heels and an unopened bottle of champagne from 1952
In Sheffield, a diamond coated phone and a rare clock. At Nikolas Patrick in London, there's a Harry Potter broomstick and an impressive collection of Manchester United memorabilia.
London Road head honcho Dan hopes to deal on an ancient coin and a blinged-up luxury watch, while Nathan and Debbs of Pickwick Pawnbrokers look at a pair of vintage toy replica racing cars
In this episode, the pawnbrokers from London and Sheffield consider deals on a vintage trumpet, a replica Magna Carta and a gold pocket watch
Charlie and Patrick in London discover a huge surprise when valuing a rusty 19th century Arsenal football badge. In Sheffield Dan also considers a deal on some rare precious metal.
At Gold Arts in Brighton, father-and-son pawnbroking duo Doug Senior and Doug Junior are trying to do deals on a pair of renovated vintage chairs and a French Victorian horse carriage
In Sheffield, Dan and his team are hoping to do deals on a diamond eternity ring and a Victorian gold chain, a pair of very unusual painted cabinets featuring the artist Salvador Dali
At London Road, Dan considers deals on famous cleaner Kim Woodburn's jewellery and a £50,000 F1 car. In Kent, brothers Charlie and Patrick value 19 pictures by American artist Darell Koons.
In London and Sheffield, the dealers are considering a £35,000 theatre organ, a medieval coin and a huge antique jardinière from Japan
Gold Arts head honchos Doug Sr and Doug Jr are all revved up over a vintage motorbike, but can they agree on a price? And Nathan and Debbs try to seal the deal on some antique church pews.
At London Road in Sheffield, a 200-year-old picture that contains a hidden secret and a luxury timepiece. In Brighton there's a unique sound system and a stunning diamond ring.
Boss Dan welcomes actor Frazer Hines through the doors of London Road pawnbrokers to have a look at a magnificent equestrian bronze sculpture. And he considers a deal on 400 teapots.
In London Road Pawnbrokers in Sheffield, boss Dan tries to seal a deal on a unique gypsy caravan. At Gold Arts in Brighton, Doug Senior and Doug Junior are looking at a luxury houseboat.
At Nikolas Patrick in London, brothers Patrick and Charlie hit the road to look at a 19th century portable barrel organ, and deliver a shock when valuing a signed England football shirt
In Penzance, pawnbroking bosses Larry and Neil are doing deals on a pair of unusual hand-painted unicorn sculptures and a rare gold disc by 80s pop star Olivia Newton-John
Bosses Larry and Neil at Cashbrokers in Cornwall consider deals on some very rare vintage champagne and wine. In Kent, brothers Patrick and Charlie look at an unusual mechanical calculator.
Dan and his team are trying to deal on a set of rare stamps signed by astronaut 'Buzz' Aldrin, and in Kent a possible deal on a beach hut is enough to get Charlie on a trip to the seaside
In Kent, can a deal be done on a unique painting of Muhammad Ali? In Sheffield at London Road, pawnbroker Dan is taken for a ride in an unusual fairground dodgem car.