Margie Cooper and Charles Hanson reach the final leg of their trip and steer their classic car through Yorkshire. Charles decides to spend as much of his kitty as possible, hoping a bigger outlay will result in huge profits. He goes for age, too, finding a pair of expensive 17th-century oak chairs. Margie also goes 17th century but finds a crib that's much more within budget. Off the beaten track, Charles plays a game known as the poor man's golf, though he struggles to score any points. Margie learns about a local glass manufacturer with a royal seal of approval. The final auction is in Harrogate. Will it be the U-boat binoculars or the Victorian lamp that decides the winner?