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July 06, 2018

'American Pickers' returning to Pennsylvania in search of your treasures

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Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz of The History Channel's hit series 'American Pickers'

Antique enthusiasts and hoarders in Pennsylvania will have another chance to end up on the History Channel when "American Pickers" returns to the Keystone State to film in August.

Hosts Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz, who are entering their 20th season of the popular reality series, are again seeking out unique items in Pennsylvania. They've made several visits over the past decade, with segments dedicated to stops in Ford City, York and Johnstown, among others.

The show only deals with private collections and is always seeking out stories that accompany the quirky pieces of Americana they find during their travels.

Those seeking to be considered are asked to provide a name, phone number, location, photos and description of the collection in an email to americanpickers@cineflix.com. Calls can also be placed to 855-OLD-RUST.

Here's a clip from Mike and Frank's visit to York, where they sifted through a garage full of old bicycle parts from a family business that opened its doors in 1909.