VIDEO LINK: Watch Flog It! Normanby Hall show on BBC IPlayer
Viewers who missed the Lincolnshire special of Flog It - filmed at Normanby Hall, near Scunthorpe - when it was broadcast on Monday can catch up with it on the BBC IPlayer.
The show can be watched at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b01rcctb/Flog_It!_Series_11_Lincolnshire_48/ for the next five days.
Hundreds of people across Lincolnshire turned up to the BBC1 show, which took place in July 2012.
Among the treasures uncovered on the valuation day were two Russian dolls, an Irish gin flask and a large saw used, believed to be from a store display.
However, the biggest surprise for the team came from Ann Bromley, from Cleethorpes, who took along what she believed to be a collection of African tribal art.
The items were valued on the day at £200-£400 and sent to auction in Lincoln with a reserve price of £150.
However, they sold for an astonishing £30,000.
It turned out the collection stored in the wardrobe was Aboriginal and contained a rare Broad Shield, bought by the Sydney Museum of Primitive Art and since returned to Australia.