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‘American Pickers’ seeks Pennsylvania antiques

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Frank Fritz (left) and Mike Wolfe, hosts of the hit television series “American Pickers,” look on in the garage during testing at Daytona International Speedway. The pair will be in Pennsylvania this fall.

History Channel’s “American Pickers” will be perusing Pennsylvania this autumn for interesting characters and old items worthy of a TV episode.

If you’d like to suggest an antique collection or fascinating old item for show hosts Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz to “pick,” send a photo to americanpickerscineflix.com or call 855-OLD-RUST or notify Facebook page GotAPick. Also include your name, phone number, location and description of the collection.

“American Pickers” plans to be in Pennsylvania in November, according to producers.

The hit documentary series explores the world of antique “picking,” as Wolfe and Fritz hunt for valuable American items. They are always excited to find sizeable, unique collections and learn the interesting stories behind them. The pair hopes to give historically significant objects a new lease on life while learning a thing or two about America’s past along the way.

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