Dickinson’s Real Deal is coming to Cheltenham

ITV’S antiques show, presented by David Dickinson, is looking for Gloucestershire locals to cash in their antiques this July 2021.

Dickinson’s Real Deal is coming to Cheltenham Racecourse on Saturday 31 July 2021, giving Gloucestershire locals the chance to cash in on their antiques.

Taking place from 8am to 5pm, those attending will have the chance to take money on the spot for their prized items, or if they think it’s worth more, take a gamble at auction.

A team of independent valuers will be offering free advice on all items brought along on the day, with David Dickinson keeping an eye on the trades and lending his expert advice.

Last time the show came to Cheltenham, a Gloucestershire resident called Jean brought in two Sino-Tibetan gilt bronze figures purchased in 1940 and made £500 at auction.

David Dickinson said: ‘I’m very much looking forward to visiting, Cheltenham is an area of the country I love bringing the show to. I remember visiting the area several times; the items brought in were fantastic – great quality – with fabulous history and stories attached’.
The team at Real Deal HQ have been working hard to make sure that the event is Covid-19 safe and will be adhering to government guidelines.

Admission to the show is free and there is no need to book a place. Simply show up to Cheltenham Racecourse with your antiques and collectables on Saturday 31 July 2021.


By Zoe Gater


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Tuesday 06 July 2021

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