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Valuble plate bought in Newark fetches more than four times its buying price in BBC series Antiques Road Trip




A valuable plate bought in Newark fetched more than four times its buying price in a television auction series.

Experts Raj Bisram and Natasha Raskin Sharp visited Newark as part of the latest series of Antiques Road Trip, which airs weekdays at 4.30pm on BBC1.

One star lot was a Chinese glazed earthenware plate that was bought in Newark and sold near Cambridge, selling at auction for almost four times what was paid.

ANTIQUES ROADTRIP came to Newark and will be shown on the BBC1 programme next Friday (February 7) (27915882)
ANTIQUES ROADTRIP came to Newark and will be shown on the BBC1 programme next Friday (February 7) (27915882)

The programme sees two experts, with a starting fund of £200, visiting antiques shops and fairs around the country and buying lots to sell, hopefully, for profit at auction.

The pair also visited Staythorpe as part of the Newark leg of their trip.

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