MISSOURI – You’ve likely seen the “American Pickers” on TV. Before too long, they’ll visit Missouri in search of rare valuables, collections, and antiques.

The well-known antique hunters will make their way to Missouri this June. They’re looking to pick from homes, garages, and large private storage places around the Show Me State.

“American Pickers” debuted in 2010 on The History Channel with Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz and Danielle Coby leading operations for Antique Archaeology in Iowa. The show is currently in its 24th season, traveling around the United States to find rare artifacts and highlight their historical or cultural impact.

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More than a decade later, Mike and his brother Robbie continue to search for hidden treasures. They will be visiting Missouri, Kansas and Arkansas at various points in June, looking for “junkie, historical and one-of-a-kind hidden treasures,” in their words.

Keep in mind, the pickers only buy from people’s private collections, not items already in retail stores, flea markets or public settings.

If you have a collection or know someone with a collection that might qualify for the pickers, contact their main phone line at 646-493-2184 or email AmericanPickers@cineflix.com. Prospective sellers will need to include their full name, city and state, contact information, and a brief description of their collection of items.