American Pickers Looking For Massachusetts Collectors

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American Pickers is coming to Massachusetts just after Labor Day and currently is looking for private collections to feature on the program.

The show follows antique and collectible pickers Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz as they travel primarily around the United States buying ("picking") various items either for resale, for clients, or occasionally their own personal collections.

This is an opportunity for Berkshire County and the surrounding areas to be featured on this very popular television show. They can only film in the area if collectors are identified.

To be considered, private collectors must email their name, phone number, description of the items (the more the better) and detailed photos of the items to americanpickers@cineflix.com. Retail shop and flea markets are not eligible.

The show is not looking for farming/agricultural items, tools, glassware, appliances, tractors, crocks, stoves or country primitives. The show is looking for items such as motor scooters, old movie posters, folk art, airline collecibles, vintage advertising items, taxidermy and more. For more information, visit http://www.antiquearchaeology.com/.

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