Nigel Havers welcomes five more sellers to the Bidding Room, where they try to sell items to five professional dealers who are on the lookout for interesting pieces, with help from expert Simon Bower. Opening proceedings today is Martin, with a paper-mache Chinese dragon mask that he bought at auction. Can he persuade the dealers to buy by wearing it himself? Next to face the dealers is Pauline, with a collection of curiosities she has gathered over the years. With some valuable metal objects in the mix, plus a little help from Nigel, can she persuade the dealers to pay the valuation price? Collector Paul wants to sell some copper candlesticks associated with a famous maker. He is confident they will be a hit with the dealers, but is he right? Andrew brings in an antique writing slope that he hopes will intrigue the dealers with its beauty and functionality. Will the many secret compartments draw the buyers in? Last to try their hand at selling is Lisa, with a mid-century chair by a very desirable maker. In excellent condition and with a plethora of uses, the dealers have fun guessing what type of chair it could be. But when the bidding starts, can Lisa do a deal? Today's dealers are Adi, Lucy, Moses, Melissa and JB. Will any of them match - or even top - the valuation placed on each of the items?