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1) Only Fools and Horses millionaire cheque sold for £9100 at Bristol auction

The £6.2m cheque that finally made the Trotter brothers millionaires was knocked down at £9100 at an auction in Bristol.

Only Fools and Horses cheque

The cheque from the Only Fools and Horses' 1996 Christmas special titled 'Time On Our Hands' which was offered at East Bristol Auctions.

2) Colour photos of 'lost' Dr Who episode emerge at auction

The tremendous appeal of anything Dr Who related was underlined at south London auction house Roseberys when an archive of photographs and copies of plans from a ‘lost’ episode emerged.

Dr Who episode Power of the Daleks

Colour photos and negatives from the 'lost' Dr Who episode Power of the Daleks.

3) London Auctions enters liquidation with vendors left unpaid

London Auctions became insolvent and entered liquidation proceedings with the west London firm understood to have debts of more than £137,000.

London Auctions

The premises of London Auctions on Chiswick High Road.

4) Police appeal for help to catch ram-raiders of Petworth antiques fair

Burglars in a pick-up truck and an SUV ram-raided the Petworth antiques fair, stealing jewellery and cash belonging to dealers.

Petworth House and Park

The National Trust's Petworth House and Park in West Sussex has hosted The Petworth Park Antiques & Fine Art Fair for the past four years. Image: Clare Trenchard Wolves at Petworth from HR Flying Colours Gallery.

5) Fake or Fortune? to return to TV screens this year for eighth series with art sleuths Philip Mould and Fiona Bruce

Back in March filming was underway for the latest episodes of the BBC’s 'Fake or Fortune?' which then returned to TV screens later in the year.

Philip Mould and Fiona Bruce

Art dealer Philip Mould and presenter Fiona Bruce, the investigating team on the BBC’s Fake or Fortune? Photo credit BBC/ Emilie Sandy.

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