Down East Dickering (2014– )

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Down East Dickering follows several groups of bargain hunters (known as dickerers) as they search through that week's edition of the Augusta-published Uncle Henry's in order to buy, sell, swap and trade items.


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7 February 2015 | Joyce-233-290991
10
| Wonderful Show Full of Characters
I simply love this show. It's as genuine old New England as it gets. I love just watching something fun and real and entertaining. The characters are down to earth and so much more likable than those Duck guys. You can actually learn a thing or two about how to land a bargain. The deals they make are so creative and you can tell this sort of practice is commonplace and born of necessity from the long cold winters. I wish we had an Uncle Henrys down south. I hope they get picked up for another season because I'm actually sick to death of the antique centric shows. This one, of course, has plenty of treasures but also focuses of trading of labor....not just goods. Hey, you find my septic system and I'll give you a bunch of scrap metal. These people are hard workers and know how to work a deal!

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Release Date:

4 April 2014

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Maine, USA

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Budget:

$50,000 (estimated)

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