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Jamie Breese

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Jamie has 17 years of network TV series presenting including:

      • Jamie was most recently seen across season on Discovery Channel’s worldwide hit show: ‘Auction Kings’, aired to 3.9 billion subscribers
      • Record-breaking charity auctioneer: years of experience making money for charities such as Sue Ryder Care, The Make A Wish Foundation, UNICEF, Mencap, Willow, Teenage Cancer Trust and many more
      • Co-Hosted BBC2’s series The Life Laundry & The Antiques Show (with Fiona Bruce)
      • ITV1’s This Morning & Everything Must Go! (3 years)
      • Google.com ranks Jamie as no.1 in the world for ‘collectables expert’
      • Hundreds of informative magazine articles & two books incl: Make a Mint! and Haynes Collectables Manual
      • 950+ weekly national half-page columns: 16 years at The Sunday Mirror (current) & 1 year at The Daily Mail
      • Consultant and writer for BBC Homes & Antiques and eBay.co.uk’s appointed collectables spokesperson in 2007 and Gumtree’s in 2010/12
      • Declutter/Antiques contributor on Daybreak/GMTV (current)

Latest News

Recent Auctions with Jamie

Jamie has recently acted as compere and auctioneer at Lord Loomba’s annual gala fundraiser. A special video was shown with words of support from Hilary Clinton, Richard Branson, Laura Bush and others and the special guest speaker was Cherie Blair. … Continue reading

Jamie to Auction For Peter Jones Foundation

Jamie is all-set to auction for the Peter Jones Foundation in Sept and an Auction of Promises to raise money for a rare cancer called EHE.

Jamie Recieves Lord Mayor’s Medal

After a number of years of volunteering in the charity sector, Jamie was recognised by the Lord Mayor on 16th March 2016. Recent charity events that Jamie has auctioned at and hosted include a St David’s Day event for 700 … Continue reading