Big Mark and Simon get the chance to buy a piece of cinema history when a customer comes into the shop looking to sell Charlie Chaplin’s orignal tramp suit. But with little provenance to back up the owner’s claim, things are less than black and white and the boys could end up with egg on their faces?
Later, Little Mark is moved when a customer brings in the first Manchester Utd. football programme from after the Munich aircrash that decimated the world-famous “Busby Babes”. Will he let his heart rule his head when it comes to making a deal for this piece of sporting history.
Then the boys meet a seller looking to part with ten first editions of the JRR Tolkein classic, The Hobbit. The seller’s asking big money for his books, but does the price ring true for this precious literary classic?