SALVAGE HUNTERS.
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02 Apr 2013 10:45 AM  

Did anyone else watch this programme last night on Quest? The bloke goes round buying all sorts of antiques..Anyway arl get to the point...One place he visited had a few enamels lying about,mainly petrol,but as the camera panned round im 98% sure i spotted a larger than usual Hudons Soap pale or even a cut out one attached to the fence..Ive never seen one before,so just wonderd if anyone else saw it,or is the Stella playing tricks with my head again?

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02 Apr 2013 03:04 PM  
Is that the one with Drew Pritchard? I met him at Newark....!
He went to a great place in Devon, chock full of gear and bought a cracking Citroen enamel cut out. The guy in Devon knew his stuff and was way up on price - but I would love a visit, full of treasure...
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02 Apr 2013 04:10 PM  

Thats the bloke Jez,thanks for reply..

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02 Apr 2013 04:19 PM  
Must have seen it on me travels, I havent got sky at home...
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12 Apr 2013 09:53 AM  
Salvage Hunters has quickly got like Bargain Hunt !! We are to believe in a 900 mile round trip, two men, at least one overnight stop etc,etc to visit some ageing ' queen ' in an ex stately home who eventually sells them one old deck chair from the defunct cricket pavilion with a profit margin of £125. When they arrive back in darkest Wales, the wife and 3 staff line up to enthuse over said chair. Great trip states our bald headed super dealer ! With no offence to Al ! what a load of olde TAT !
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12 Apr 2013 12:31 PM  

I agree , + his sidekick T ( must be short for TIT !! ) doesn't help ......I rang him once to see if he'd drive 300 miles to my place to buy 1 item , he told me his van was knackered and doesn't normally drive that ditance , could i put on a pallet  for a courier ? It's all a big set up for the camera !!  I only watch it to see him make a twat of himself ..........

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17 Apr 2013 10:44 AM  

 well said ross,,its a put up job for the cameras.

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01 Jun 2013 11:18 AM  

 Its also leading the viewers to believe those old enamel pig lamps are worth a fortune,,has anyone tried to sell them.?,,I have say no more.

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01 Jun 2013 10:15 PM  
Your'e not kidding Joe...................and apparently you can never get enough of ex military green metal racks of pigeon holes !!!
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02 Jun 2013 12:58 PM  
I buy pig lamps and need some if you can get me any Joe. Glad I haven't got sky so I miss out on most of these shitty programmes.
Any programme that showed Antique dealing as it really is probably wouldn't entertain many punters!
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03 Oct 2013 01:15 PM  
Drew Prickyard is back big time, If you have any circus letters you don't want yer in the money .As next week see's Drew driving from North Wales to Great Yarmouth to pick up two sets of 6 foot 1980's wooden lettters for a ton.......... And he's going to double up !! So any ' circus ' wooden letter collectors on the East Coast nows yer chance. Apparently early November will see him in Inverness buying a coat rack and shoe horn once probably belonging to Lord Lucan.

Reality TV at its purest best ! ............sorry puerile !!

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