Nigel Havers welcomes four more sellers to the Bidding Room, where they try to sell items to five professional dealers who are on the lookout for interesting pieces, with help from expert Simon Bower.\n\nGeorge from Yorkshire has brought in an unusual pair of items: two moulds for making Victorian-style doll heads. Nigel and Simon are baffled by them, and Simon can’t quite put an age on them, but he tells George not to let that worry him as they are decorative pieces in their own right. Next, Kelvin from Leigh-on-Sea in Essex is selling a collection that is close to Nigel’s heart: a set of movie posters dating back to the 1960s. Kelvin used to be a cinema projectionist and collected the posters when they were no longer needed. \n\nThe third seller hoping to strike a deal is Tony from Carlisle, who is hoping to cash in on the renaissance in mid-century furniture. He has brought in a classic Swedish-made sideboard. A few years ago, these were being chopped up for firewood, but now they are commanding high prices. Simon agrees and values the Nils Johnson at up to £350. Finally, Hannah from Hastings and her mum Jackie have also brought some classic Scandi-inspired furniture - this time, a pair of chairs that are late-20th-century copies of a classic 60s design produced by Danish designer Jorgen Kastholm.\n\nToday's dealers are Adi Higham, Ian Humphries, James Gooch, Jane Cave and Tash Francis.
Source: BBC 1