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Published 7th Apr 2011

David Dickinson

Middlesbrough Town Hall is set to play host to everyone’s favourite antique hunting show ITV 1’s Dickinson’s Real Deal on Saturday 28 May.

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 with David Dickinson!

Dickinson’s Real Deal is currently the most popular daytime show on ITV and is regularly watched by over two million people. Back for a seventh series, David Dickinson and the dealers are travelling around the country looking for some more bobby dazzlers brought in by members of the public.

If you want to sell your goods, but only for the right price, David and the dealers will be here at the Town Hall ready to take a look.

If you have a special item just turn up on the day or call the show on 0117 970 7618 for more information.

Dickinson’s Real Deal, Saturday 28 May, 9am – 5pm, Free admission.

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