The program features experts who travel in classic cars and visit various antique shops, markets, galleries and museums in search of bargains and hidden gems.
In Episode 22, Natasha Raskin Sharp and Philip Cyril make their way to Hawick, Jedburgh, and Kelso in search of lucrative antiques.
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At Borders Antique and Decorative Interior Center in Hawick, Natasha unearthed an early silver sandwich box for £15 and a late Victorian portrait for £45
And Phil broke away from his spending spree, buying a Victorian horse for £20, a pair of 19th-century hunter’s watercolors for £45 and an Art Nouveau stained glass window for £45.
Phil then visits Jedburgh Prison to learn the story of John Howard, who revolutionized the state of British prisons.
Coordinator Shauna Sinclair gave a guided tour of the prison,
Tash then took a detour to North Berwick and Lifeboat Station to find out how a disaster led to the development of life saving equipment we should be grateful for today.
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The pair then ended up at McTears Auctioneers in Glasgow where their chosen items went under the hammer.
No spoilers but they both had major surprises with how much they purchased.
The show can still be watched on BBC iplayer (Episode 22 of Series 26)
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