As steadfast Antiques Road Trip viewers will know, occasionally the auction cell pulls out a huge surprise for viewers with unforgettable profits.
Today’s affair saw Catherine Southon and Philip Serrell continue their BBC adventure for profits.
Catherine set up a croquet set and a biscuit tin and had high hopes for both at the auction in Christchurch.
Maintaining their antiques adventure in Alton while driving a classic Citroen, Catherine blunder chanced upon the rare 1930s novelty biscuit tin and purchased it for just £18.
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That was a top buy, wasn’t it?
Voicing the screened, Tim Wonnacott excitedly announced the auction, saying: “Now it’s time for Catherine’s 1930s biscuit tin.”
Catherine looked at her antagonist and jibed: “Jealous?”
Phillip then cheerily asked: “Has it got any rust?”
“Yes, it’s got rust,” Catherine retorted before the auction got underway.
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The auctioneer announced: “Start at £30. £30 low sentiment, £35.”
She then continued to raise the bids in fives.
The auctioneer averred: “At £85 for this lot then… Anymore bids?”
Phillip then blethered: “I’m so excited for you!” as the auctioneer brought down the hammer, adding: “We sell at £85!”
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Amazed at the profit of £67, Phillip puffed: “That was a top buy, wasn’t it?”
Tim could then be heard to say: “Crikey! That’s a extravagant profit!”
Delighted with her sale, Catherine smiled: “Rust you see… I am the cynosure of rust!”
The episode also saw Phillip learn how flying boats presented us the word «airport», while Catherine unraveled the story of a top-secret element of World War II code-deciphering spies working in occupied Europe.
Antiques Street Trip continues tomorrow on BBC One at 4.30pm.