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Southport - Antique Spot with John Nolan

The Antiques Man, is on the left Show and discuss your antiques. Get a free opinion and valuation on your antiques from the famous John C Nolan of Southport (www.theantiquesman.com)

Please include a photograph if possible of your antiques.

John Nolan theantiquesman for the past 47 years has built up an antique business with clientele that spreads across the globe which includes a U.S President, Film and Pop Stars, and famous musicians and politicians, 'A' list celebrities, sport personalities and thousands of people just like you and me. Nolan has supplied the interior design market as well as the antique trade for over 40 years. Brand Names like Macy's, Ralph Loren and Ruby Tuesday used Nolan for their visual effects within their stores. Get a FREE Antiques opinion today.

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  1. Monument remembering the 96 fans killed to be unveiled in Liverpool ahead of 24th anniversary The huge eight foot wide and seven foot tall structure has been cast in bronze and represents the football tragedy in Sheffield We must never forget this terrible disaster. We should all learn...

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    15/04/2014 08:07 AM
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  2. antique road trip show
    Started by theantiquesman 12/04/2014

    12th April 2014 Interesting that the dealers in Market Street banned the Antique Road Trip from visiting this time around because of the way the show was edited the last time the show visited Southport. It was a disgrace the way they made the father of one of the dealers look in the...

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    15/04/2014 08:05 AM
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  3. Festival of Britain 1951
    Started by hettyketty 06/04/2014

    My latest little find is this lovely metal cigarette box. I did a little research and discovered that it was a souvenir from the Festival of Britain 1951. Worth very little money wise but priceless to me for the history it holds.

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    07/04/2014 04:45 PM
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  4. Good evening and welcome everybody to another SGB Charity Auction in aid of James Oliver LOT 1.... is a cricket bat made by Slazenger, Pro Blade, crafted in beautiful Willow wood and signed by Andrew ‘Freddie’ Flintoff estimated value £150 Lot 2.... is a cricket bat made by WOODWORM from...

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    31/03/2014 02:10 PM
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  5. Fiona Bruce Antique Road Show
    Started by theantiquesman 14/02/2012

    John Nolan theantiquesman said Fiona Bruce is the fresh air needed to carry the BBC Antique Road Show for another 5 years. Fiona Bruce is glamorous and does not pretend she knows anything about antiques, but she does show a real love for antiques and the show. The real loyal fans of...

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    31/03/2014 12:36 PM
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  6. when is a hand up not a hand up
    Started by theantiquesman 24/03/2014

    LOOKS LIKE WHEN YOU PUT YOUR HAND UP AT SOTHEBY'S According to Roland Arkell the Antique Gazette. Sotheby’s forced to buy back $83m pink diamond 24 March 2014

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    24/03/2014 02:51 PM
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  7. antique chair help..
    Started by briana5125 19/03/2014

    hi john I have this antique chair I would like you to take a look at and possibly help me with the i.d it looks to me to be early 18th century, walnut, no screws or nails as it is a mortise and tenon construction , hand turned stretchers.

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    24/03/2014 02:27 PM
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  8. value my stuff FREE
    Started by theantiquesman 30/10/2010

    Why pay :mad: FROM :mad: nearly £4 per item to have it valued when here on SGB we do it free :d and from any leading auction house a valuation is free, email or PM me.

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    22/03/2014 01:28 PM
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  9. antique table?????????????/
    Started by briana5125 19/03/2014

    hello again john I also have this table , its in ropey condition as it needs re-finishing, looks to me to be early 20th century but I am a rank amateur when it comes to furniture and I want to make sure its not a lot earlier because I am planning on re-finishing it myself. again there is no...

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    22/03/2014 01:23 PM
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  10. In about 1982/83, 5 people came into my shop. One was dressed in a North American Indian / cowgirl clothing, studded leather etc. They all spoke in a American Southern drawl and had all made their way through the shop towards a large French Bedroom suite that I had bought in Manchester from Harry...

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    18/03/2014 04:02 PM
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  11. is this a genuine edgar hunt painting?
    Started by tinker65 13/03/2014

    hi to anyone who reads this, i bought this paintng recently and noticed it is signed E.Hunt, it is his style and usual subject of painting, but when i showed it to an online valuation web site they said it was only worth £50, any idea why? the canvas is painted white so it looks new, but when you...

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    16/03/2014 02:57 PM
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  12. Auction Rooms
    Started by hettyketty 01/03/2014

    Hi John, can you tell me of any good auction rooms in or near to Southport please. I quite like the idea of going and biding at one. Thanks :)

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    09/03/2014 03:24 PM
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  13. If you ever wondered what SOUTHPORT was like.
    Started by theantiquesman 27/02/2014

    Southport in the 1960's as the narrator in the newsreal says Continental and gay. the times have changed an antique in the 1960's was from before 1860 now it can be from 1914 http://www.qlocal.co.uk/south port/forum/a_must_watch__in_so me_ways_quite_sad%21-52990144. htm

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    27/02/2014 04:51 PM
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  14. southport and antiques on the TV again
    Started by theantiquesman 18/02/2014

    BBC Antique Road Trip made 3 successful visits to Southport last year and the last of the visits will be televised at 4.15pm Monday 24th Feb 1014 on BBC 1 Again and again,

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    27/02/2014 12:32 PM
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  15. Table
    Started by Danielle1 22/02/2014

    Hi john I am looking to sell this table as i have no room for it and I was just wondering if you can tell me about the table please? Kind regards Danielle

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    24/02/2014 12:03 PM
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  16. victorian coloured glass champagne glasses?
    Started by briana5125 20/02/2014

    hi john I have two things to show you here , one is a pair coloured glass ,enamelled, champagne? glasses , they look Victorian to me but I would like to know anything about them. the other is an old flint glass carafe. looks Georgian , maybe Victorian , polished pontil. thanks p.s...

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    21/02/2014 03:05 PM
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  17. Minton Haddon Hall Green Edge Dinner Service
    Started by Bovey Tracey 18/02/2014

    Hi, I have the following 80 items of green edge Minton Haddon Hall china:- Item No. Tea Cup 9 Tea...

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    21/02/2014 02:59 PM
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  18. Some type of fishing equipment?
    Started by andy85 18/02/2014

    Hello John, I am a volunteer in a charity shop and we have been given this and no one knows what it is, something to do with fishing, perhaps? It's around 15cm long, it looks wooden but its too heavy to be made out of that. It has engraved 'Elernor Burns 1816' or is it Elemor? If it is worth...

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    18/02/2014 05:13 PM
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  19. blue & white sponge ware plate
    Started by briana5125 12/02/2014

    hi john I have this blue and white sponge ware plate here and was wondering if you could tell me anything about it, looks to be circa 1880 or earlier.

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    17/02/2014 06:09 PM
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  20. Happy Valentine's day
    Started by theantiquesman 14/02/2014

    wishing all the posters and viewers a Happy Valentine's Day

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    14/02/2014 04:23 PM
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  21. large vase identification help
    Started by briana5125 07/02/2014

    hi john please help with this large vase I have, as I said a large piece , drop type of glaze maybe 1920's????

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    11/02/2014 12:18 PM
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  22. Sotheby's two-day sales of Impressionist, Modern & Surrealist Art brought a total of £215.8 million, the highest achieved for any sale series ever held anywhere in London. Records tumbled in both the Evening and Day Sales as new benchmarks were achieved for numerous artists such as Camille...

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    08/02/2014 12:29 PM
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  23. Vintage solid brass dishes
    Started by hettyketty 26/01/2014

    Hi John, I bought these two small solid brass dishes 8cms wide from a charity shop. There are no makers marks on the back, I am guessing they are pin dishes or maybe ashtrays? I have done a little bit of research but have found very little. I have seen a similar one on Ebay but the face is...

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    29/01/2014 12:35 PM
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  24. Charlotte Rhead
    Started by theantiquesman 23/01/2014

    a fabulous site http://www.rheadpottery.com/pa tterns/wood-sons/ The patterns that Charlotte Rhead designed during her time at Wood http://www.rheadpottery.com/g allery/#jp-carousel-426

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    28/01/2014 12:44 PM
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  25. candle stand
    Started by rebkawhy 27/01/2014

    are there many reproductions or fakes of these candle stands? I can't seem to find any examples that aren't going for hundreds or thousands of dollars. Can you tell me how to be more specific with my efforts at valuing this? From the research that I have conducted I think it is: federal or Queen...

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    27/01/2014 06:20 PM
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  26. need help identifying this pot!!!???
    Started by briana5125 22/01/2014

    hey john hope all is well and you had a nice xmas , hope your new year has started well. I was wondering if you could tell me anything about this vase I have? kind of looks studio pottery, with a salt / soda glaze , no marks.. could it be American stoneware??

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    27/01/2014 02:18 PM
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  27. David Dickinson fan club Southport
    Started by theantiquesman 23/01/2014

    David Dickinson you love and like him or you hate him. well we all love him. he is a great presenter, a Love Joy image.

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    23/01/2014 06:57 PM
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  28. Fiona Bruce antique fan club - Southport
    Started by theantiquesman 15/02/2012

    Fiona Bruce sees what the viewers of BBC Antique Road Show does not see. She is right most people bring along tat, pure tat. I see it every day in my side of the business. People believe if it was owned by someone else in their family and it is old, it must be antique and valuable.

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    23/01/2014 04:47 PM
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  29. football programs
    Started by theantiquesman 18/11/2013

    wanted interesting programs like this 1933 Everton winning program against Man C 3-0

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    17/01/2014 05:18 PM
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  30. Chinese or Japanese?
    Started by Tab123 03/01/2014

    Just as the title suggests, can you help? Tried a bit of internet research but confused. I know the little vase is a satsuma vase? Well I think? I rescued these from a skip many years ago. Just wanted to find out more about them. thanks in advance

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    14/01/2014 09:11 PM
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  31. Yes folks............ the most televised Antique Shop in Britain is on the TV again. Antique Road Trip with everyone's favourite Charles Hanson. S O U T H P O R T is now Britains Number 1 for televised antique shows.

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    10/01/2014 05:10 PM
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  32. Welcome to our Fabulous Auction. final bid Auction Closes..................Last bid 9pm Wednesday 23rd April 2008 CLICK ON TO THE LINKS

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    06/01/2014 06:52 AM
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  33. Football memorabilia Edison Pelé
    Started by theantiquesman 04/05/2013

    JUST SOME OF THE ITEMS THAT I HAVE AUCTIONED NOTE THE SIGNATURE edison pele Edison Arantes do Nascimento better known as Pelé , name given as Edison on birth certificate, born 21 October 1940 – however, Pelé himself claims that he was born on 23 October WAS a Brazilian footballer. He...

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    04/01/2014 07:19 AM
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  34. H a p p y N e w Y e a r ........................ C 2014
    Started by theantiquesman 02/01/2014

    theantiquesman wishes you all a happy new year. Remember, as well as we get older, so do our investments. C1914 ...is now an antique. When I bought my first antique in 1964 It was only mid Victorian items that made it into the antique trade. Good luck with your purchases.

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    02/01/2014 04:09 PM
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  35. Christmas 2013
    Started by theantiquesman 24/12/2013

    Christmas 2013 is nearly hear. From my world of Antiques, I wish you all a Holy and Happy Christmas. and look forward to the new year. An exciting year 2014 will be, it is my 50th year in the antique trade. good luck with your Quest and happy hunting.

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    24/12/2013 03:36 PM
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  36. Maelzel metronome
    Started by Arnold Layne 26/05/2013

    Hi, Please could you give me a valuation on this metronome. Thanks :)

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    21/12/2013 10:42 AM
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