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History Channel Seeking Salvage: Salvage hunters deal in everything from old bricks to stained glass windows, architectural antiques, old cattle troughs, gas lamps, radiators, railway sleepers. If there’s a market for it, they’ll buy it. They are the recession beneficiaries, snapping up and reclaiming old stuff from liquidated companies, disused hospitals, demolition sites, farm outbuildings and office blocks and finding a ready clientele of buyers from antiques dealers to property developers and ordinary homeowners.

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Released: September 04, 2012
Genres: Documentary
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