History Channel’s ‘American Pickers’ Plans to Film in Texas

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Do you have any antique collections that are worth a pretty penny and might be interesting to History Channel viewers? If so, you can apply to be on “American Pickers,” a History Channel documentary series that follows two “pickers” (Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz ) who seek out collectibles across the country to dive for valuable oddities to purchase for their antique shops or even their own personal collection. As KVUE explains, the show also focuses on the “unique characters” the duo meet along the way of finding the perfectly fascinating historical item.

According to KVUE, the show is looking for a “…private collection or accumulation of antiques that the ‘pickers’ can spend the day looking through.” If you fit the bill, “…send your name, phone number, location and description of the collection with photos to [email protected] or call 855-OLD-RUST.”

The Odessa American writes that the “pickers” will be filming in their neck of the woods in December and January. The show reportedly gets in touch with the city’s chamber of commerce to see if they have any leads, and they specified that they are currently not looking for collections of “…farming/agriculture items, tools, glassware, appliances, tractors, crocks, stoves, country primitives.”