‘American Pickers’ to film in Virginia in November

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — “American Pickers” is looking for interesting people with interesting antiques in Virginia.

The History Channel show says in a news release that it plans to film in Virginia in November.

Items sought by the show include movie, music and sports memorabilia; old advertising signage, tin, wind-up and iron toys, and early Boy Scout items.

The show says it’s currently not looking for farming or agriculture items, tools, glassware, tractors, crocks, stoves and country primitives.

The production team can be contacted by sending an email to AmericanPickers@Cineflix.com or leaving a voice message at 646-493-2184.

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