NORTHWICH Memorial Hall was the destination for hundreds of antiques enthusiasts when television programme, Dickinson’s Real Deal, visited the town.
About 500 people brought along their antiques on Saturday, 9 August to be valued, and possibly sold to one of the Real Deal’s independent dealers.
Many others went along for a look at the items on display and a chance to appear on the TV show, which is due to air in November.
Three episodes were filmed on the day and the host of the programme, perma-tanned David Dickinson was there to offer advice to the dealers and people wanting to sell their treasures.
Members of the public were invited to bring antiques to have them valued by valuers on the show, and some of the items were then selected to be filmed.
The chosen pieces were valued by one of the show’s independent dealers, who then decide if they would like to offer the owner a cash sum, which the owner can accept or choose to go to auction at a later date.
Among the 30 items which were filmed were a 19th century musical boxL-02.jpg