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American Pickers Mike Wolfe (right) and Frank Fritz are searching for hidden gems in Washington this spring. 

Hit History Channel series “American Pickers” plans to film throughout Washington during April 2019 and is looking for large collections or accumulations of antiques.

The documentary series, which piloted in 2010 and has since been one of History’s most popular shows, displays different collections all over the United States.

Along with showing off unique collections, the show’s two stars, Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz, are looking for items to buy for their clients or personal collections. 

The Pickers have visited some strange places to view antiques — junkyards, old barns, basements and attics to name a few — so don’t hesitate to give them a call based on where your collection is tucked away. 

Wolfe and Fritz haven’t been to Washington since 2012. During that trip they made a stop at  Schurman’s Iron Ranch in Ridgefield, known for its collection of antique gas and steam engines, tractors, old logging equipment and tons of other antique cars, machines, tools, toys, bicycles and motorcycles. The Pickers spent $6,000 at Iron Ranch. That episode is titled “Full Head of Steam.” The Pickers visited a few other Evergreen State locations in that episode and the following one. 

Past episodes of the show are streaming on History’s website, Hulu and Amazon Prime. 

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