You'll have seen it on the telly ... and now the craze in antique shows which has swept the nation is being played out in Huddersfield.
Huddersfield Auctions started in April 2013 with the aim of providing a professional auction service from its base in Colne Bridge Road, Bradley.
Every second Sunday afternoon people flock to the site, where they enjoy tea and sandwiches as they try to bag a bargain.
On Sunday more than 50 people were at the auction where a number of French pieces and militaria were among the lots.
One of the star lots, an 1850s double barrel flintlock gun, didn’t meet its reserve price and failed to sell, but will be put up for sale at the next auction in two weeks.
Other items which did sell included French copper pans, vintage wine racks, a French stove and various pieces of furniture.
Huddersfield Auctions owner Steve Mynott said: “The business is growing and growing. Many people decide to come along for an afternoon out, and we also have people from the trade here as well.”
The lots come from various sources, including house clearances and others from private collectors.
The TV antique craze began with Antiques Roadshow and now includes a number of shows such as Bargain Hunt, Antiques Road Trip, Cash in the Attic and Flog It.
Mr Mynott said the craze has benefited trade, with more people now aware and interested in buying at auction.
But there is a flip side.
“The TV programmes can do the business some harm as people can think things are worth a fortune when that is not often the case,” Mr Mynott added.
The fortnightly auctions all start at 1pm on the Sunday, with viewing on the Saturday from 10am to 3pm, and Sunday from 10am to 1pm.
The next is on Sunday, February 7.