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11/12/2012 01:21 pm ET | Updated Nov 13, 2012

'Market Warriors' On PBS Comes To New York City At The Antiques Garage (VIDEO)

PBS' cross-country antique show "Market Warriors” is taking flea marketing to the streets of New York City tonight.

On Monday Nov 12, the treasure hunt will take place at the Antiques Garage where pickers Kevin Bruneau, John Bruno, Miller Gaffney and Bob Richter will scour over the 100 dealers' merchandise looking for valuables.

As the pickers dig through vintage goods, like an antique child's rake and a woodcut of Grand Central Terminal, they're split into teams, looking for ephemera. They fight to find items such as photos, diaries, posters and letters that will bring big money at the Ken Farmer's Auctions in Radford, VA where the goods will be appraised and the winners will be declared.

The show airs tonight at 9 PM EST. Click through our slideshow to see items in your home that may be worth big bucks and watch the video above to see the preview of tonight’s show. Be sure to head over to PBS for more information.

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