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Barnsley - 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 (

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.

  1. Charm?
    Started by melanieb 04/05/2019

    Hi John I have found this tiny jeep/car in my late uncle's possessions. As you can see it is only one inch long and very delicate and because it has a hook on top looks as if it might have been a charm but I have really no ideas. Thanks in advance for any help.

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    18/05/2019 02:41 PM
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  2. Antiques dealer needed asap
    Started by jcb96 17/02/2015

    some items of age and alot of historical value, ecspecially of maritime intrest. 1902 for eg, silver candlesticks, dont miss out on this possible oppurtunity. Many thanks. Jack Bayliff.- 07594867151

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    16/05/2019 11:33 AM
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  3. Help with teaset name
    Started by The Debster 26/04/2019

    Hi John please can you tell me how I can find the name of this teaset? I want to sell it but as I dont have a clue what it's called ( or how much its worth??)it will be a bit difficult, I will put pics up in next post, Cheers Debbie x

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    07/05/2019 09:42 AM
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  4. Ceramic restorer
    Started by vodkadi 18/04/2019

    Hi John Can you recommend anybody around the southport area who can restore ceramic ornaments. Many Thanks Diane

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    03/05/2019 12:49 PM
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  5. Early 20thC Southport beer bottles
    Started by Starling 25/02/2019

    Hi John, Please can you tell me whether there's much demand for a collection early 20thC glass beer bottles, embossed with the names of local Southport breweries/pubs? I've seen plenty of similar collectable bottles listed on ebay - but I can't really be bothered with the hassle of packaging...

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    28/02/2019 03:54 PM
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  6. Christmas 2018
    Started by theantiquesman 18/12/2018

    Wishing you all a Holy and Happy Christmas 2018. Next year antiques get a year older. Items made after WW1 will become Antiques. When I first joined the ANTIquestRADE 53 years ago I never thought that Art Deco items would become antiques. TIME Fly's when you are having fun.

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    18/12/2018 04:32 PM
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  7. Large porcelain 2 handled mug Southport interest
    Started by briana5125 06/12/2018

    Hi John Can you take a look at my listing if you have time , it is as mentioned an antique continental 2 handles ceramic mug 18 cm's in diameter , The interesting thing is the inscription on the front , Mr John Hatch Southport 1874? . Have you heard of this man before and does he have any...

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    17/12/2018 03:12 PM
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  8. Safe
    Started by Aj99 05/11/2018

    Is there any value in this safe

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    06/11/2018 04:27 PM
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  9. Strike
    Started by theantiquesman 29/10/2018

    Hi. It is a Strike. From an Arab Country. Circa 1850 You strike to make a spark (fire lighting equipment kept in a leather holder) Antique Fair Price £100 to £125 Does this make the antiques man a "Bright Spark" Liverpool Humour

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    29/10/2018 03:56 PM
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  10. worst mining disaster in the UK
    Started by theantiquesman 15/10/2018

    what a sad day....... 105 years ago today no health and safety in those days Senghenydd colliery disaster From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    15/10/2018 09:21 AM
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  11. Charles Hansons auction at Bishton Hall
    Started by theantiquesman 09/10/2018

    We are already excited by what has come through the doors which has been consigned for the OCTOBER Antiques and Collectors Auction at BISHTON HALL WEDNESDAY 10TH TO 16TH OCTOBER 2018. In the Auction over 7 paintings by WILLIAM MC TAGGART R.S.A.R.S.W. CIRCA 1835 - 1910 Probably in my opinion...

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    09/10/2018 06:59 PM
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  12. ANTIQUES ANTIQUES ANTIQUES ( my antique web site is down)
    Started by theantiquesman 09/10/2018 is down and so is is also down. Also my section CHINA SEARCH can not be accessed my emergency any time personal telephone number is 07714 32 22 52

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    09/10/2018 06:35 PM
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  13. A Prayer for Alfie
    Started by theantiquesman 16/04/2018

    As a Scouser, a person born and brought up in the Great City of Liverpool I had to post this. I was asked by a child – is a long prayer better than a short prayer. I think Alfie deserves a long prayer……… I found this one on the WEB, probably the longest you could find. It is written in...

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    28/04/2018 11:34 AM
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  14. Southport Wall Plaques
    Started by Blackrock 08/04/2018

    Hi John, I bought these two wall plaques of Southport in Crosby about 25 years ago and they have been stuck in a box ever since. They appear to be plaster castings but are individually numbered and look to be hand-coloured. Is it worth selling them or should I look for the nearest skip ?

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    15/04/2018 12:13 PM
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  15. Big and Brown
    Started by funkyphil 07/02/2018

    Hi John, I’d really appreciate a valuation of this lump. The dimensions are 7ft by 7ft. The only thing I know about it is that the wood came from Rutland Forest. Also could you advise on the best way to go about selling such a beast. Many thanks. Phil.

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    16/03/2018 03:37 PM
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  16. Rob Newbiggin - artist RED RUM
    Started by theantiquesman 11/11/2013

    Interesting stories about an up and comming artist to invest in.

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    08/03/2018 03:04 PM
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  17. fireside companion set
    Started by sharkt00th 15/02/2018

    we have been given this fireside companion set and cannot find any information on this design. Can you help. Its cast iron and similar to the bilston knights and other designs of the time

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    19/02/2018 01:56 PM
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  18. Nut cracker
    Started by Aj99 16/01/2018

    Routing through house found this seemingly old nut cracker is there any value

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    19/01/2018 01:40 PM
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  19. some old book
    Started by Knot wright 12/01/2018

    got given this ?

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    13/01/2018 11:38 AM
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  20. Postcards
    Started by para 08/04/2006

    Hello again, I'm not sure if this is really your "field", but I have no doubt you will be far more knowledgable about them than I! I have a post card album ( which is in tatters ) containing approximately 200 postcards, the majority of which appear to be in good condition. Few of them have been...

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    09/01/2018 03:28 PM
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  21. Scarisbrick Bed - what a coincidence - J. Nolan
    Started by theantiquesman 25/11/2011

    I live close to Scarisbrick Hall in Lancashire, England, some may say I live just a Hall away. ;) The other day I was offered a bed that had presumably come from the Pugin's designed Scarisbrick Hall. The bed had supposedly been sold in an auction in the 1920s. When I saw the photograph of the...

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    09/01/2018 01:24 PM
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  22. BBC cut backs - fake news
    Started by theantiquesman 09/01/2018

    AGAIN QLOCAL is first with the news. (FAKE NEWS) The BBC has decided to cut back on expenses. The first show to be hit is the very popular antique show ANTIQUE ROAD TRIP. Is stead of the likes of shows favourite, Charles Hanson driving around in high priced rented vintage cars it has...

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    09/01/2018 12:15 PM
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  23. 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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    09/01/2018 12:01 PM
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  24. festive season
    Started by theantiquesman 26/12/2017

    Happy Christmas Wishing all the collectors, antique buyers and dealers and my customers all the best over the festive season and for the New Year.

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    26/12/2017 02:08 PM
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  25. Football Memorabilia
    Started by theantiquesman 08/12/2017

    Over the years anything to do with Football the price keeps on rising. I am not talking about the football shirts sold at theses charity events, I mean real items. Anything to do with Southport, Liverpool, Bootle and Everton football clubs I am always interested. Derby this weeekend

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    17/12/2017 06:09 PM
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  26. British Anchor Pottery Co.Ltd
    Started by theantiquesman 13/12/2017

    hi COASTAL 99 thank you for your mesage your platter was manufactured between 1884 and 1913 the word "England " was added from 1891 12 indicates size before fireing obviously made of pottery, erthenware by BRITISH ANCHOR POTTERY COMPANY LTD

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    13/12/2017 04:15 PM
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  27. Tom Murphy Liverpool Sculpture
    Started by theantiquesman 07/12/2017

    Kenn Dodd, Punch, and The Antiquesman. No Show Without Punch

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    07/12/2017 03:59 PM
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  28. Liverpool Humour
    Started by theantiquesman 07/12/2017

    TWO MUGS...................... I hope the Christmas song does well for The Antique Road Trip.

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    07/12/2017 03:55 PM
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  29. I keep finding interesting items from Liverpool, May be I should start collecting. :D:D:D:D:D this time it is the telescope owned by Josias Booker uk/1864.htm The History of Booker Line

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    26/10/2017 10:07 PM
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  30. NO...... I do not mean posting photographs of old people.:D

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    13/10/2017 04:43 PM
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  31. Antique Road Trip
    Started by theantiquesman 30/04/2017

    What a week for ANTIQUES lovers and what a week for advertising SOUTHPORT 3 shows in a week promoting OUR TOWN, SOUTHPORT. Antique Road Show was drawn back to Southport yet again for the 10th time James Braxton and Christina Trevanion visited Southport in a 1965 3.4s Jaguar to hope fill...

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    26/09/2017 11:18 AM
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  32. Medals and Nelson coin
    Started by russbeer 27/04/2017

    Hi John, my mum has these medals (amongst others) and this copper coin. A quick google showed the orange free colony one was from the boer war, and the Nelson one was actually made from the copper of one of his ships. Thats about all I know, could you shed a bit of light on them please and...

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    01/05/2017 10:26 AM
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  33. Southport, yet again on TV. Christina Trevanion from BBC 2 ‘Antiques Road Trip' cannot wait for Wednesday 26th April 2017 when she drives into Southport to visit The Antiquesman shop in Portland Street. John Nolan the proprietor has attracted The Antique Road Show to Southport yet again. 19th time...

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    30/04/2017 02:34 PM
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  34. Southport Antique Feever
    Started by theantiquesman 22/04/2017

    Wednesday 4-30pm 26th April 2017 BBC1 airs the first of two "PUT YOUR MONEY WHERE YOUR MOUTH IS " antique TV programs from Southport. The second is aired on Thursday at 4-30pm 27th April 2017 BBC 1 "PUT YOUR MONEY WHERE YOUR MOUTH IS " antique TV show is becoming another hit in a long line of...

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    22/04/2017 10:41 AM
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  35. troika vase
    Started by little_dave 12/03/2017

    Hello my great aunty has just given me this vase to sell/keep but we don't no much about it. She bought it years ago In a boxed lot of items at an auction in Ormskirk and was wondering if it was best to sell or keep Many thanks

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    12/03/2017 10:19 PM
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  36. Hi there
    Started by briana5125 10/03/2017

    Hi John Long time since I have been on here , just a quick check to see how you are doing? Things seem to have slowed down somewhat on here? Glad to see your T.V career is going well. Briana5125.

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    12/03/2017 10:00 PM
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